Afrobeats singer and songwriter, Temidayo Raphael, known professionally as Zlatan Ibile, takes to his social media page to share a clip of him playing soccer on a pitch with his friends, showing off how good he is when it comes to football.
The award-winning singer and songwriter whose recently released song, titled "Alubarika" featuring Buju, trends nonstop on streaming platforms, shared the post on his Instagram page.
In the video, Zlatan dribbles a couple of players and scores beautiful goals with his new song playing in the back ground. He hash-tags the post "Alubarika" inserting seven football emoji.
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The post has since derived reactions from thousands of fans and followers, some surprised with his skills while other praised him.
Zlatan has claimed in 2020 that it was his dream to be a professional footballer, not a singer, so it is no surprise that he has such an impressive football playing skills.
Have you watched the video? What do you think about his skills?
Photo credit: All photos are credited to Instagram.
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