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Police isn’t the first I would call if I’m ever in trouble – Rema

Nigerian Afrobeats sensation, Divine Ikubor also known as Rema, revealed that the police will be the second group he’d call in times of danger.

The Edo-born artiste said before he would think of contacting the police, he will reach out to his brothers from Benin City.

Rema stated this via his Twitter account, writing; “Na my Benin brothers I go call before I call olopa [Police] o if anything KPA O! 🪓”

Police isn't the first I would call if I'm ever in trouble - Rema

In other news…

Controversial Nigerian actor, Yul Edochie on Sunday, raised an alarm that some unidentified peope are threatening to harm his children and second wife, Judy Austin.

Yul claimed those behind the ploy against his immediate family created social media groups and pages to bully his fans, friends and business associates.

The 42-year-old thespian made the allegation via his Instagram page disclosed that he has reported the matter to the police.

According to the controversial actor, the persons in question somehow got his home address and posted it on the platform.

Yul Edochie announced a one million naira reward to anyone who ca provide useful information that can lead to the arrest of the suspects.

He wrote; “I heard a group of jobless & very stvpid people formed a WhatsApp group & social media pages and they’re using it to threaten my fans, friends & my business associates. Bullying is totally unacceptable. To me or to anyone else.

“I have reported the matter to the police. Pls if anyone calls you or texts you to threaten you pls record the call, copy the number and text and send it to me so i can forward to the police for tracking them.

“I heard they went as far as posting my house address on their platform and threatening to hurt my children and kill Judy.

“They have crossed the line. You cannot sit in your house and tell another person how to live his or her life. God punish all of you. I will get you all. I’m offering N1 million and more to anyone who can provide useful information about them to aid their arrest…”