There has been so much mix reactions concerning if Rema should have a private Jet at such a young age. Anyone can have a private jet if he/she has all it takes to maintain it.
Biography of Rema
Divine Ikubor popularly known as Rema, was born into a Christian family in Benin City, Edo State. He grew up singing and rapping while in secondary school and even in his local church, Christ Embassy. He attained his primary and secondary school education in Edo State.
In 2018, Rema posted a viral freestyle to D’Prince’s track “Gucci Gang” and in 2019, he signed a record deal with Jonzing World, a subsidiary of Mavin Records. He rose to prominence with the release of the song “Iron Man”, which appeared on… Wikipedia.
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Rema’s debut EP ‘Rema
After its release, it became the most talked about EP in Nigerian and the world at large as it peaked on number 1 on Apple Music Nigeria. As of 2020 Rema net worth is estimated to be $900,000 dollars.
Rema’s Private Jet
The cheapest private jet in the market is the small but mighty Cirrus Vision Jet at $1.96 million. Rema’s Networth should be around $900,000 (according to OperaNews) and the Cheapest Private Jet is 1.96 million. So Currently Rema Can’t afford Private Jet.
Nigerian Musicians Who Own Private Jets
The net worth of most Nigerian musicians is often calculated in billions of naira. These artists do a lot of hard work, hence it’s no surprise they are wealthy. They truly do have the wealth to afford luxurious lifestyles. In recent times, beyond having a garage full of exotic cars, Nigerian artists now posses private jets for themselves.
Wizkid Private Jet
Wizkid has been in the Nigerian music industry for over a decade now and sure does have millions of fans both nationally and Internationally. It’s been reported that Wizkid charges millions of naira and thousands of dollars to perform at shows and events. No wonder his estimated net worth is ₦7.3 Billion.
Davido’s Private Jet
Davido is one of Nigeria’s topmost music artists. He’s the son of Nigerian billionaire Adedeji Adeleke, although he claims he earned his wealth through his hard work in the music industry. His estimated net worth is ₦8.5 Billion.
Davido’s private jet price is approximately $62 million. It requires maintenance of about N252,000,000 to N1,440,000,000 each year. There are rumours that this jet belongs to his dad. Davido’s dad also has a Bombardier Challenger 605 as another of his jet acquisition.
Don Jazzy’ Private Jet
Don Jazzy with a bountiful net worth of $10 million does have a lot of money to spend on getting the best things this world has to offer. He’s another successful Nigerian musical artist with loads of songs in his name. He is a Nigerian record producer, singer, businessman, songwriter, and the current CEO of Marvin Records.
DJ Cuppy’s Private Jet
DJ Cuppy made it really big in the music industry at a young age. She’s one of the few Nigerian female billionaires. The 25-year-old DJ Cuppy is well known for her innovative music mix amongst Nigerians and International fans.
Reports have it that her father, who is very supportive, is a major reason why DJ Cuppy is successful in the competitive Nigerian music sphere. She has a net worth of 700 million NGN.
Tiwa Savage’s Private Jet
TIWA Savage is the music queen of the Nigerian music industry with a net worth of $5 Million Dollars. Surely, a queen like her won’t fly on commercial airlines? In addition, she is a brand ambassador for different brands like Nestle Maggi chicken cubes, Forte Oil, Pepsi, and Konga.
Tiwa Savage has shown that Nigerian female artists are in no way behind in enjoying luxury like their male counterparts.
P Square’s Private Jet
P-SQUARE consisting of Peter and Paul Okoye before they went their separate ways are two talented musicians who made a lot of vibes in the music industry. For ease of movement, they acquired a private jet, which was later sold off