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“You for comot clothes make them jail u”: Rema performs in Saudi Arabia without removing clothes, unlike him (Video)

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“You for comot clothes make them jail u”: Rema performs in Saudi Arabia without removing clothes, unlike him (Video)

Mavin youngster Rema represented Nigeria with pride at the Joy Awards 2023 concert in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Saturday night.

The singer performed his hit song Calm Down alongside Saudi Arabian singer Dalia Mubarak, and the video of their performance has been making waves on social media.

However, Nigerians were somewhat taken aback as Rema kept his shirt on throughout the performance, which is quite unlike him.

Raw Nigeria captured some of the reactions, which included comments such as:

“So Rema is capable of keeping his shirt on? Nice to know.”, “Rema what happened to your hands they are not stretching.”

“When dem no born rema well make he just touch that lady or off cloth …nah jail straight.”,

“He turn backup for him own song ❤️ such a beautiful performance from both #naijatotheworld.”

“My guy no fit off shirt for here ooo , them go just give am short sleeve.”

“If not for Saudi law rema go don pack the babe”

“Northern Nigerian make una see o. No be everything he haram.”

“Rema breaking boundaries Saudi is lit though.”

“This guy is cashing out o. Big ups.”, and “You wan rock woman for Saudi Arabia wey be sharia law them they practice, he be like Donjazzy gave him orientation not to touch while performing.”


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