Most musical artistes all over the world love jewelries, they often spend huge amounts of money acquiring different customized jewelries. Popular nigerian singer, rapper and song writer, Divine Okubor, who is professionally known as Rema just acquired a new customized jewellery.
Few hours ago, Rema took to his instagram story to post pictures of the new customized cuban chain he just bought. In one of the picture posted by Rema, he disclosed that the chain cost fifteen million naira (15,000,000). In another picture, he mentioned the prize in dollars, which is fourty thousand dollars.
The chain was designed by world renowned jeweler, Johnny Dang. Since having his breakthrough in the nigerian music industry in 2019, Rema has been releasing hit songs and also performing at concerts in different countries, it's doesn't come as a surprise seeing the twenty years old singer acquiring a customized chain that cost fifteen million naira.
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