An orthodox church in Ethiopia, has reportedly pressured the management of Sheraton Hotel in the country’s capital, Addis Ababa to shun it’s initial invitation of Nigeria’s Rema, following a necklace the church termed “demonic.”
This development was discussed by an Ethiopian woman, during an interview session with Nigerian media personality, Daddy Freeze.
The Nigerian afrobeats superstar was billed to perform today at the hotel, but an outcry was made by the country’s Orthodox Church leaders, and the show was cancelled.
These leaders accused the singer of being a “devil worshipper”, after he was seen posing with a customized necklace, that had a image of a burning church and inverted crosses.
Rema hails from Edo State, and he attended the Ighile group of schools in Edo state, where he completed his primary and secondary education.
His music career started after releasing the song “Dumebi”, in 2019, as he got signed to Jonzing World record owned by D’Prince.