“The Love Out Here Is More Than I’ve Ever Known” – Rema Downplays Nigerians’ Love Amid His US Tour
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Rema, the Prince of Afrobeats, has rejected Nigerians' love and support for his music career again again. 

Rema, who is presently on a music tour in the United States with his band, took to Twitter and Instagram to praise the towns where he has performed so far (Jersey, DC, Atlanta). He said in his tweet that the outpouring of love he's got from these foreign cities is beyond anything he's ever seen.

Rema claims that he is in a distant country far from his native country of Nigeria, but the love he has got from these strangers has changed his perspective on love and opened his eyes to the cheap love he has got from Nigerians.

“Faraway from home, but the love I receive out here is more than I’ve ever known.” 

This isn't the first time Rema has dismissed Nigerians' efforts and affection for his music. Remember when he chastised his peers and followers for failing to support new musicians after the Grammy Awards results were announced in 2021? You may recall Rema chastising Nigerians for not appreciating his Indian vibe, despite the fact that his songs have been magically dominating music charts.


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