- Veteran football manager, Jose Mourinho, and ace sprinter, Usain Bolt, got social media buzzing when they made cameos in a music video
- The two professionals in sports appeared in Stormzy's latest music video titled Mel Made Me Do It
- Stormzy used Mourinho's name in his rap line and also laced his voice in the background as they both made funny gestures in the lovely video
Veteran football manager, Jose Mourinho, tried something new by venturing into the music industry, and fans loved his contribution.
The AS Roma manager, alongside Usain Bolt, the current holder of the 100 and 200-meter world records, made surprise appearances in a music video by British rapper, Stormzy.
The duo featured on the video of Stormzy's latest single, titled Mel Made Me Do It, with the rapper using the football manager's name as wordplay in one of his rap lines. He also used a voice from one of his evergreen press conferences.
In the rap line, Stormzy went like I prefer not to speak like Jose, and they both put their index fingers to their mouths, indicating the "keep quiet" gesture.
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Nigerians react to Jose Mourinho and Usain Bolt's appearance in Stormzy's video
Social media users across the country have shared mixed reactions about Jose Mourinho and Usain Bolt's appearance on Stormzy's Mel Made Me Do It video.
Legit.ng picked some of the comments, read below:
"As per say one road no enter market."
"Jose 5/6 with black dudes."
"This is another major flex ."
"The Special One, Jose loves black a lot."
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"Stormy no get mate."
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The former Ghanaian international refers to the Portuguese gaffer as 'daddy' when they worked together as player and manager.