Rema’s Ethiopia Show Cancelled As ‘Burning Church’ Necklace Causes Stir: “They Say He’s a Devil Worshipper”

Popular Nigerian singer, Rema‘s upcoming show in Ethiopia has reportedly been cancelled according to several sources.

The music star was set to perform in Ethiopia on September 9, 2023, at the Sheraton Hotel in Addis Ababa but it was gathered that the hotel’s management cancelled the event for religious reasons.

Rema’s cancelled concert in Ethiopia came as a result of his recently unveiled necklace which showed the image of a church burning upside down as well as inverted crosses. It was said that the music star was accused of being a devil worshipper.

According to reports gathered from The Will, the image on Rema’s necklace offended the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo church and the people of Ethiopia and the hotel reacted by cancelling the singer’s show.

An Ethiopian lady was also recently a guest on Nigerian media personality, Daddy Freeze’s Instagram live show and she spoke on Rema’s cancelled concert in her country.

According to her, a press statement was actually released to the effect because Rema’s necklace has sparked concerns about him being a devil worshipper.

In her words:

“They made a statement, like a press release in Ethiopia about Rema. Yes, you can imagine, it’s a very big deal.

“They’re basically saying he is worshipping the devil because of what he has on his neck. And to be honest, I never thought of it myself. And there’s more to it; to be honest.”

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