Paul Okoye Throws Money Inside His Pool As Friends Rush To Pick Them All

Paul Okoye Throws Money Inside His Pool As Friends Rush To Pick Them All

- Paul Okoye has mocked haters of Chelsea after the Blues won their second Champions League title

- The Nigerian music star popularly known as Rudeboy took his celebration to a whole new level as he threw money inside his pool at home for his friends

- Chelsea's record signing Kai Havertz scored the only goal to help Thomas Tuchel's side beat Man City and become champions of Europe

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Nigerian music star Paul Okoye, popularly known as Rudeboy, was seen celebrating with his friends after Chelsea won their second Champions League title.

Just before kickoff, Paul was seen on his knees, praying that they win the Champions League final.

Paul Okoye sprays money inside his pool as his friends rush to pick them all
Paul Okoye sprays money inside his pool as his friends rush to pick them all. Photo: Paul Okoye and Chelsea Instagram handles
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His prayer was answered as Chelsea's record signing Kai Havertz scored the only goal in the 42nd minute to help Thomas Tuchel's side become champions of Europe.

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Shortly after the win, a very elated Okoye was seen spraying money inside his swimming pool at home as his friends rushed to pick them all.

He posted the video of him on his Instagram as he captioned it: “To all #ManchesterUnited #Arsenalfc and all #Liverpool fans, we don shame una. Up Chelsea."

Paul Okoye also shared a photo to mock the haters of his football club after they won the match. He captioned his post: “Una PAPA !!! We are CHAMPIONS."

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that the sound of Olamide and Omah Lay's Infinity took over Chelsea team bus after the London club won their second Champions League title.

England star of Nigerian descent Tammy Abraham led the Blues celebration inside the team bus as they sang and danced to Olamide and Omah Lay's hit song 'Infinity'.

Goalkeeper Edouard Mendy and winger Callum Hudson-Odoi also joined in the celebration as they were seen in a video grooving to the song.

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Tammy Abraham may have turned down the opportunity to play for Nigeria;s Super Eagles ahead of England's Three Lions but he has not forgotten his roots.

Meanwhile, Saturday night's Champions League final triumph presented Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel the opportunity to meet the club owner Roman Abramovich for the first time.

According to Tuchel, winning his first Champions League title with Chelsea has made him want a new deal at Stamford Bridge.

The German tactician says he spoke to Abramovich briefly on the pitch after the game as he thinks it was the best moment for the first meeting.

Source: Legit.ng

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