- Ghanaian musician King Promise received a surprise visit from Chelsea star Hakeem Ziyech in his London studio
- The Moroccan International who won the Champions League last season with Chelsea was seen jamming to King Promise's hit track 'Commando'
- Ziyech then moved towards the laptop to play “CCTV” which is his favourite song from King Promise
Chelsea star Hakim Ziyech paid a surprise visit to Ghanaian afrobeats singer King Promise in his London studio.
In a video King Promise posted on his Instagram, the football star who won the Champions League last season with Chelsea, was seen jamming to the singer’s hit track 'Commando'.
The Moroccan international is seen enjoying the music, before getting up from his seat and moving towards the laptop to play “CCTV” as his favourite song from King Promise.
This immediately sparked wild laughter from the musician who was surprised to know the footballer knew a lot of his songs.
CCTV is one of King Promise's biggest songs and it features Mugeez and Sarkodie.
King Promise hangs out with another Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Chelsea has completed their first signing since they were declared Champions of Europe back in May 2021.
The Blues completed the signing of Marcus Bettinelli on a two-year deal after the 29-year old was released by Fulham.
Taking to the club’s official website, Chelsea announced Marcus Bettinelli as their new player,
“Bettinelli arrives having been out of contract at Fulham and he will add strength to our goalkeeping resources following the departure of Willy Caballero.”
The 29-year old spent his entire career at Fulham but has been loaned out severally, including last season, which he spent with Middlesbrough and made 42 appearances.
"It’s always been a special club. I know the area very well so it’s been a dream of mine to come over to this side and it’s finally happened. There were some talks a few years ago when I was a bit younger and for whatever reason that didn’t come about but I’m here now,” Bettinelli said as quoted in the Chelsea website.
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