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Rema Show React to Ronaldo's Post About "Calm Down"
Rema Show React to Ronaldo's Post About "Calm Down"

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Rema Show React to Ronaldo’s Post About “Calm Down”

The Mavin Prince continues to be well known around the world for his hit song “Calm Down.”

Divine Ikubor, better known as Rema, is a talented singer, composer, and performer from Nigeria. Recently, Ronaldo made a gesture regarding Rema’s song.

The Mavin/Jonzing World act, who has been accomplishing career milestone after career milestone, continues to function at the top level of the “Afrobeats to the World” movement. They recently performed at the Utah Jazz’s 2023 NBA halftime performance as one example.

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On March 4, 2023, the singer responded to a video uploaded by renowned Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo on Instagram.

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Once Ronaldo posted the video online, Rema was very appreciative of the gesture of Ronaldo’s kids dancing to her popular song “Calm Down” in the aforementioned video. Rema captioned the video as follows:

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