Rema has warned his fans not to stir up music industry rivalry in his name.


The Nigerian singer took to Twitter on Monday to address his die-hard fans, whom he fondly calls “Ravers”.

He also spoke about those he said were driving certain agendas that pitted him against some established artistes.

“Ravers, never start an agenda that has to do with bringing my brothers or the OG’s down,” Rema wrote in part.


“You’re allowed to have my back in any ploy curated to put dirt on my name & my hard work but never start an agenda, it’s disrespectful.

“I just want to play my part in history, stack up & take care of my family bro, I don’t want any of this unnecessary social media drama. We’re winning and that’s enough for us okay?

“If some people are insecure about it, let them choke on it, who God has blessed no man can curse.”

Rema, 21, expressed gratitude to those he called “the OGs”, a slang describing those whom one considers bosses.

“Thank you OG’s for inspiring me in different ways, for what you’ve done & what you’re doing for Afrobeat. My respect & love for you all remain unshaken. All has been said, management takeover,” the singer added.


In May, Rema did a Twitter rant where he heavily criticised artistes who he said often cheat music producers.

This was after he similarly poured out his rage on critics who frowned at the use of his local language in his songs.

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