- Anthony Joshua celebrated Valentine's Day with family and friends at an indoor gathering
- The IBF, IBO, WBA and WBO champion treated the guest to a live karaoke performance
- AJ is set to trade blows with fellow British heavyweight Tyson Fury for a unification fight
Anthony Joshua was not left out in the yearly Valentine's Day celebration as he was hanging with family and friends, cited on Facebook.
But the four-belt heavyweight champion who is known for his passion for rap music did something unusual.
The 31-year-old picked up the microphone and sang one of Joe's hit songs 'Good Girls' while he thrilled his guests.
Dressed in a simple T-shirt and joggers pants, the handsome boxing champ sang the song word-for-word in a karaoke-style.
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And AJ's guests were enjoying every bit of his performance as they recorded the passionate singer with their cell phones.
Joshua has proven to be a lover of different genres of music as he also mimed one of Bennie man's song and did a freestyle on Sway's radio program before his fight with Andy Ruiz, Jr in the United States.
The Nigerian-born British fighter is yet to announce the date of his biggest boxing match in his career as he is set to trade blows with fellow Brit Tyson Fury.
A two-match fight has been agreed in principle set for 2021 and it is understood the first would take place in June.
Reports claim the organizers of the fight want a venue where fans would pay to watch the fight live and the Middle and China have been suggested to be the preferred destination for the bout.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Anthony Joshua may be knocking out opponents as the heavyweight but the British-born Nigerian boxer surely has a soft spot for women.
The 31-year-old who is a close friend to his mother revealed that any man who maltreats a woman will never experience peace in their lives.
The IBF, IBO, WBA and WBO heavyweight made a post on his Instagram handle backing women for their relentless efforts in keeping the family.