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How Four Girls Invaded My Hotel Room Late In The Night For ‘Knacking’– Singer Rema Narrates

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Sensational Nigerian singer, Rema has shared some of his crazy experiences with female fans in his music career.

Rema revealed that some female admirers barged into Rema’s hotel room at an ungodly hour, ostensibly for some bedroom activity, but he declined.

 

In an interview on the Shopping for Sneakers show, the Marvin Records signed performer, whose real name is Divine Ikubor, claimed the girls knocked on his hotel door in the middle of the night.

 

Rema claims that the four girls barged into his room at three in the morning and pretended to want to take pictures with him, but he quickly realized that they were telling a big lie because they desired more from him.

 

Rema claimed he was enraged with the promoter for disclosing his room number and causing the girls to arrive uninvited.

 

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In other news, Nigerian businessman and music executive, Soso Soberekon, has thought back on his greatest regret in life, which he claims was not signing musicians Teni Apata and Patoranking when he had the chance.

 

Soso Soberekon received several questions from followers after starting a question and answer session on his own Instagram page, and he then answered them honestly.

 

When a follower questioned him about his greatest regret, Soso Soberekon replied that it was his refusal to sign Patoranking and Teni.

 

He went on to say that Patoranking would frequently ride an Okada (motorcycle) from Ikorodu/Ebute Meta in Lagos to meet him and urge him to sign him but he turned down his request.

 

Soberekon continued by saying that he later signed another musician, who Patoranking is now 100 times bigger, and that this caused him a great loss.

 

See screenshot below;

 

How Four Girls Invaded My Hotel Room Late In The Night For ‘Knacking’– Singer Rema Narrates

 

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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