How Fake People In Music Industry Motivated My Song – Rema Reveals

Famous Afrobeats singer Divine Ikubor, better known by is stage Rema, emphasizes that the Nigerian music industry is filled with ‘fake people’ and how it inspired his song.

The global celebrity revealed this while giving a speech on Thursday night at the Lagos listening party for his second album, “He Is.”

The hitmaker of “Another Banger” revealed that one of the tracks on the album, “Now I Know,” was inspired by the “fake” character of the industry.

In his words,

“There are a lot of fake people in the [music] industry, the industry is fake. So when people come and say ‘Yo, I love this guy,’ nobody should come at them that they’re chasing clout. No, it’s real.

“When somebody comes out it’s because they’ve seen someone that’s real among everybody in the crazy industry mixed with both the fake and the real. And that’s what this song [‘Now I Know] is all about. Now I know who dey for me. All those I loved turned enemies. Now I know who dey for me. All those I trust turned enemies,” Rema stated.

Rema’s 11-track second album was released on Thursday through Mavin Records, featuring guest performance from Shallipopi and Odumodublvck.

In other news, Twitter influencer Ayo has reportedly been released from police detention following his arrest by prominent actress Toyin Abraham on charges of defamation and cyberbullying.

The news of his release spread fast on social media, provoking extensive discussion.

Toyin Abraham made headlines a few weeks ago following Ayo’s arrest, which sparked a large internet campaign for his release.

Users on the social networking platform X (previously known as Twitter) rallied together, demanding justice and Ayo’s release.

The scenario took a drastic turn earlier today when popular activist VeryDarkMan served Toyin Abraham with a 24-hour ultimatum demanding Ayo’s release.

Shortly after, news appeared on social media stating that Ayo had been released.

Another Twitter personality, Abazz, made the announcement, sharing the news on his X page.

He thanked everyone who helped push for Ayo’s release.

He wrote:

“Big Ayo is free. Thank you everyone”