US rapper, Travis Scott and Nigerian music star, Divine Ikubor also known as Rema, recently met in the U.S. and it was captured on tape.
The duo could be seen exchanging bro love with handshakes while the American artistes’ song was being played in the restaurant and lounge they met.
In a short video clip, Rema and Travis were also seen bumping to the song, but what was of interest to fans is the height difference.
Rema, who is 5ft 8in looked to be taller than the Hip Hop star who was slouching as part of his swag.
See the clip below:
iamlordkoda; I know that very soon the world will start listening to my sound can i get an amen 🙏🙏
millie___drc; Blown boy ❤️❤️❤️❤️
daniie_diesel3937; So e get pesin wey Rema tall pass.
kuwait__official; God bless NIGERIA and AFRICA……AFRO BEAT🚀
__newtonpvnshuk; Rema tall pass am, wow wow
In other news, Nigerian comedienne and skit-maker, Anita Alaire Afoke Asuoha, popularly known as Real Warri Pikin, has opened up on how her suicidal attempt due to huge debt made her venture into comedy.
The mother-of-three, speaking in an interview with media personality, Chude Jideonwo, said she was using her situation to motivate others who are going through similar challenges.
It may be recalled that she contemplated suicide several times between 2017/2018 because of a serious debt she and her husband, Ikechukwu were owing.
Real Warri Pikin, who adopted a girl named Stella, noted that starting comedy helped her heal from the trauma.
She recounted how she used to give debtors advise not to take their lives because even the govt is in debt.
She said; “All the videos wey I dey do that time, no be comedy to make people laugh o, na to motivate people say, Area! Even though you dey owe debt, no worry, Federal government dey owe debt. No kill yourself. Take one step at a time. Problems must come.
“I think those things helped me heal like things wey I supposed to myself I go come dey tell [others]. Then I never pay the debt finish o. I go still go cry, come do video. Maybe God made me went through what I went through because [He wanted me to be here].”