See Photos Of Davido, Joeboy, Mayorkun, Peruzzi, Laycon In A Football Match
By Ministryofnews | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 5682 views
This Saturday has has been filled with so many goals across major football leagues around the world, but our very own celebrities and musicians took to the field today as they play against eachother.
It was a very entertaining affair as a celebrity match took place in Lagos between Davido and his 30BG team against Boyfriend FC consisting of Zlatan Ibile, Laycon, Kiddwaya, Joeboy, Sydney Talker, Blaqbones, Ckay, Oxlade, Popular MC Ehiz and so many other celebrities.
Some fans were at the stadium to cheer for both sides.
Davido and Kiddwaya looked to be the captains of their teams.
Davido was expectedly the captain of 30BG Fc and he wore the number 7 shirt as he led his award winning label on the football pitch today.
As it was a celebrity match-off, the score line is still unknown as it seems that bith sides had fun just playing eachother.
See Some of the pictures from the match below:
do you think won the game? Let me know what you think in the comment section.
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