Nigerian Music Star Zlatan Shouts ‘This Boy Bad’ As NFF President Pinnick’s Son Beats Him to Zanku Dance

Nigerian Music Star Zlatan Shouts ‘This Boy Bad’ As NFF President Pinnick’s Son Beats Him to Zanku Dance

- Amaju Pinnick has showered accolades on his son Dere Denzel for being the pride of the family

- The chap was seen in a video dancing alongside music icon Zlatan to the song ‘Yeye Boyfriend’

- Dere Denzel expertly rocked the ‘Zanku’ dance as stunned Zlatan was amazed

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Dere Denzel, the son to president of Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) Amaju Pinnick, was seen exhibiting breathtaking dancing skills alongside music icon Zlatan.

‘Mr Versatility’, the proud dad Amaju Pinnick quickly captioned the video as he further described him as the pride of the family.

Denzel grooved to the ‘Yeye Boyfriend’ track alongside the singer Zlatan as they both flaunted the trending ‘Zanku’ dance which currently rocks parties and social gatherings in Nigeria.

With so much energy, Denzel was able to match Zlatan skill-for-skill as he got the foot-walks to the amazement of the musician.

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Excited Zlatan screamed:

“This boy bad for dancing o.”

NFF boss Pinnick welcomed Zlatan and his crew members who visited unannounced to his Beach House on Sunday, May 9.

The FIFA scribe wrote:

“Dere Denzel Pinnick, Mr Versatility ~ Stepper, Footballer, swimmer, Sprinter, Pianist and importantly Mr Brain. Pride of the family.
“Unannounced visit of Zlatan & Crew to my Beach House on Sunday.”
Nigerian Music Star Zlatan Shouts ‘This Boy Bad’ As NFF President Pinnick’s Son Beats Him to Zanku Dance
Amaju Pinnick's family. Photo: www.amajumelvinpinnick.com
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Pinnick was recently elected into the FIFA Executive Council which is an incredible record for the 50-year-old.

The FIFA Executive Council is the highest decision making body at the arm of the World Football governing body.

Pinnick defeated his only opposition who is Walter Nyamilandu of Malawi by 43 votes to 8 at the Congress held inside the Royal Ballroom in Morocco.

Four of his five rivals, Lamin Kaba Bajo (The Gambia), Wallace Karia (Tanzania), Nick Mwendwa (Kenya) and Andrew Kamanga (Zambia) threw in the towel before the vote and opted to back the Nigerian.

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He started his career as the chair of the Delta Sports Commission in 2010. Subsequently, he was appointed chair of Delta State Football Association in 2011.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that former Nigerian international Victor Moses will leave Premier league club Chelsea on a permanent basis during the forthcoming summer transfer window

Moses who joined the Blues in 2002 managed 87 appearances for the club where he scored 7 goals.

He has been on loan to seven different clubs including Liverpool, Stoke City, West Ham, Fenerbahce, Inter Milan and Spartak Moscow where he currently plays.

Source: Legit

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