Rema responds to allegations of being a satanist following performance at O2 arena


Popular Nigerian musician, Divine Ikubor, popularly called Rema has finally responded to the reactions of attendees at his latest concert at O2 Arena, London, following accusatory remarks.

Rema responds to allegations of being a satanist following performance at O2 arena

Many of his guests asserted that Rema had begun to worship the devil, as did internet viewers of the passionate performance. Some referred to him as an Illuminati member, while others labelled him a satanist.

This is primarily due to the mask that the vocalist wore over his face, as well as other elements like the bat, flaming skeleton, mysterious horse with red eyes, and red eyes.

Rema has been defended by a knowledgeable Benin City fan who asserts that the mask belongs to Queen Idia, a national hero of the Benin Kingdom.

Rema discussed the mask in response to the circulating charges. He claims that it is a replica of his ancestors’ bronzes, some of which are still on display in the London museum.

Rema thinks he has reinvented Edo state and placed it on the map of the world by accomplishing this.

In his words; RAVAGE UPRISING/ My Ancestors bronzes sit in the museum of this very city so I remade mine. Hence, Edo is redefined, the map reshaped, your minds awakened & the mask reborn. Thank you London! ”


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