Rudeboy throws money into the pool to celebrate Chelsea win E! News UK


How do you celebrate when your favorite soccer team wins a soccer match?

Well, Nigerian singer Paul Okoye popularly known as Rude boy went gaga over the weekend, moments after Chelsea beat Manchester City with just one goal to win the 2020/2021 UEFA Champions League.

German midfielder Kai Havertz settled the game with a goal in the first half in what is considered the most important game in European football.

The musician, who made a name for himself for the popular hits he sang alongside his twin brother Peter, including Bank alert, Cut my money and Beautiful Onyinye, was seen throwing wads of cash into a swimming pool, supposedly because he was so excited about Chelsea’s victory.

And for good measure, he made sure the video was posted on his social media pages, possibly to allow his nearly 1.8 million followers on the social media platform to join. at the party.

The 14-second video begins with the 39-year-old musician wearing a replica Chelsea jersey throwing what appear to be silver coins into the pool while shouting,; ‘we are champions’.

Nairobi News could not establish the exact legal tender or the amount of money it had thrown into the pool.

Despite this, Paul’s actions cause a group of people to jump into the pool in order to “save” their money.

But why not just hand over the money to those “poor” who hang out with him?

Well, we may never know.


Earlier, Paul posted a photo of himself praying for Chelsea’s victory before the game started.

This photo shows him on his knees with his hands raised and is taken in a living room that displays all manner of opulence, including expensive furniture such as seating, a dining table and a big screen TV.

Peter’s actions further underscore the popularity of European football, and in particular English, in Nigeria and Africa. Football fans began to watch the matches live from these competitions via satellite TV and online, while exchanging jokes on social media.

These supporters hardly share the same excitement when African clubs or even national teams play.

The Peter and Paul Okoye duo are said to be worth 1.5 billion shillings, according to conservative Nigerian media figures.

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