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Video: A billion people can’t stop my dream because it has been prophesied – Rema

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Nigerian singer, Divine Ikubor, better known as Rema has said that a thousand or billion people is not enough to stop the dream about his success.

The Mavin Records signee stated this during an interview while recalling a prophecy that was declared upon his life many years ago.

The 22-year-old music act said he believes that some prophecies become reality even when the recipient does not work towards the actualisation.

Rema said the person that prophecied on his life also said he will touch foreign currency in the future and he claimed it.

He further said that he held on to the prophecy and never let it to go believing that it will happen someday.

According to the Calm Down crooner, he worked towards it and whenever things are not going smoothly he remembers the words, and becomes motivated.

“I am at a point where I do not really care what other people think, I feel like there is a prophecy that has been given in my life and it must happen and I feel like a thousand people, a billion people is not enough to stop this dream. I am at at peace”, he said.

Watch the interview:

https://twitter.com/OneJoblessBoy/status/1613221700409167886

Meanwhile, CorrectNG reported that the award-winning singer said it is difficult for celebs like him to find a woman who will genuinely love them.

Rema stated that he is not certain if girls of this generation would be willing to stay with him if there was any problem.

The artiste who spoke during an interview on Beat 99.9FM, said he does not know if the girls showing interest in him at the moment are just doing it to fulfil some kind of fantasy.

The Calm Down crooner further said that relationship these days is complicated and he does not know if he will find true love.

Rema also expressed concerns about the role of the internet in ruining the way relationships used to be and how everyone is now talking about making money and focusing on self-development, ambition and career.

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