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Fans React As Rema Appears On Indian Show To Entertain On TV

There has been a great deal of interest among Nigerians regarding the “true heritage” of the immensely talented afrobeats star, Rema, following the emergence of a video of him appearing on an Indian TV show. Rema, who has been making waves in the music industry, held a highly successful concert in the Asian nation and appeared on a popular television program. This has sparked speculation among fans and critics alike, curious about his background and cultural roots as they made lighthearted jokes about his popularity in the Asian region.

Fans React As Rema Appears On Indian Show To Entertain On Tv, Yours Truly, News, February 28, 2024

The singer can be seen dancing and singing while entertaining the crowd in the social media footage. Rema also made the audience laugh with his hilarious imitation of the show’s host while repeating a few Hindi phrases. Along with them, he danced enthusiastically on stage.

Fans React As Rema Appears On Indian Show To Entertain On Tv, Yours Truly, News, February 28, 2024

In response to the video, Tunde Ednut, a prominent figure among netizens, shared his thoughts and opinions, much like others who also took to the platform to express their views.

Finally, the Indians have taken Rema from us”

Numerous responses have been made in response to the viral video. The Nigerian youngster’s “Rema Calm Down India Tour” took place in India, where he has been making significant gains in the music business since breaking out.

Fans React As Rema Appears On Indian Show To Entertain On Tv, Yours Truly, News, February 28, 2024

Rema recently embarked on a three-day tour of India, starting with a sold-out performance in the capital city of New Delhi. This performance may have been the largest by an afrobeats artist in India’s history. According to numerous accounts, his sold-out concert caused traffic in Delhi, making drivers wait hours to get where they were going. Next, see him play the famous song Calm Down in front of a large audience at Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, which has a capacity of 60,254.

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