Ghanaian Musician King Promise Meets Chelsea Legends Drogba, John Terry and Desailly

Ghanaian Musician King Promise Meets Chelsea Legends Drogba, John Terry and Desailly

  • Ghanaian musician King Promise has been spotted hanging out with Chelsea legends
  • The multiple award winner former Chelsea players Drogba, Desailly and John Terry
  • The Black Stars are preparing for their final group game against Uruguay on Friday

Top Ghanaian musician King Promise has met his footballing icons Didier Drogba, Marcel Desailly and John Terry.

The talented singer, who is a known Chelsea fan, spent time with the former Blues players who are in Qatar for the World Cup.

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King Promise has been spotted hanging out with Chelsea legend Drogba, Terry and Desailly. Credit: @gyaigyimii
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In a photo shared on social media, an excited King Promise - known in real life as Gregory Newman Bortey - is seen enjoying his moment with the legendary Blues stars.

The multiple award winning musician has been to Stamford Bridge several times to watch the English side in action.

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Drogba and Terry played together at Chelsea for over a decade, winning several titles including the UEFA Champions League and the English Premier League.

Desailly, who won the World Cup with France in 1998, spent eight years with the Londoners.

King Promise hints about Hudson-Odoi

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that the Black Stars is about to receive a massive inclusion, according to the musician known in the entertainment industry as King Promise.

According to the Afrobeats sensation, who is a close ally of Chelsea attacker Callum Hudson-Odoi, he has managed to convince the speedster for a possible nationality switch.

The winger, who is of Ghanaian parentage, has made it a tradition since last year to visit the West African nation as he reconnects with his roots.

Drogba discusses struggling African teams

Chelsea legend Didier Drogba has explained the reasons behind African teams struggling to go far at the FIFA World Cup.

In the history of the FIFA World Cup, no African team has ever gotten to the final, although the likes of Senegal, Cameroon and Ghana have previously reached the last 8.

Three out of the five teams representing Africa have struggled to score any goal at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Source: SportsBrief.com