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Rema denies illuminati rumors

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Award-winning music sensation Divine Ikubor, widely recognized as Rema, has finally addressed the ongoing rumors and conspiracy theories surrounding his alleged connection to the Illuminati.

In a recent Instagram story, the young artist took a stand to clarify his position.

Rema unequivocally refuted any links to the secret society, emphasizing his dedication to his craft.

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He dismissed the Illuminati rumors, describing them as “trash” and asserting, “I work too hard to create art for you guys to give the glory to some diabolical shit. Dead it now. Jesus is King.”

He also called on his devoted fans, who are known as “Ravers,” to educate new fans about his background and cultural heritage.

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The singer stressed that his roots in Benin hold significance and encouraged fans to explore the key colors of his heritage, among other aspects.

As he evolves as an artist, Rema emphasized that his artistic approach will evolve without compromise.

He expressed his commitment to creating music that resonates with his audience.

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Furthermore, he dismissed claims that his success is attributed to any diabolical influences, stating that he works diligently to produce high-quality art for his fans.

Rema urged everyone to know their artist, underlining that interviews are essential for that purpose.

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