The wide smile that Nigerian musician Rema flashed when he visited the Barcelona players recently in Spain during their training session suggests that he is definitely a great Barca fan.
The teenage musician, whose huge hit “Calm Down” is still setting records, disclosed on his Twitter page on Thursday that he had visited the Barca players when they were in training.
He was given a customised Barce jersey with his name written on the back, but it did not have a number. He captioned “Pulled up to see my brothers in training 👊🏾⚽️ @FCBarcelona_es”
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Not too long ago, Rema reserved some kind words for the people of India after completing a goal he set for himself three years ago.
The Nigerian youngster who is making giant strides in the music industry since he burst into the scene, held his “Rema Calm Down India Tour” in the populous Asian country.
Rema posted a flashback video of himself from an interview from 2020 on his Twitter page, where he discussed bringing Afrobeats to India and making a name for himself.
“You see Afrobeats, I want to take it to the next level. I want us to get into the India zone. Why can’t we shut down India?” he said in the interview.
Rema bubbled with excitement on social media in the sense that after three years, he was finally able to shut down India and he thanked the country as well as those that believed in him.
The ‘Calm Down’ crooner tweeted; “3 years later I did it! Thank you India for your overwhelming love & my heart to those who BELIEVED. ”