Ighalo’s Daughter Loves Ruger’s Hit Asiwaju Which Pays Tribute to Her Dad

Ighalo’s Daughter Loves Ruger’s Hit Asiwaju Which Pays Tribute to Her Dad

  • Odion Ighalo was mentioned by artist Ruger, who sang the trending song ‘Asiwaju’
  • The track has continued to top charts and playlists in Nigeria and across the globe
  • Ighalo’s daughter was spotted in a dream world as she sang the part hyping her dad

The daughter of Nigerian international Odion Ighalo was spotted grooving to Ruger’s song Asiwaju, as the family shared a fun moment in the car.

While the Al Hilal of Saudi Arabia striker drove some of his family members in his luxurious ride, the trending track blasted from the speakers.

In the lyrics of the song, Ruger pays tribute to the former Manchester United striker with the phrase 'I’m a baller, Ighalo ni mi'.

Odion Ighalo, Ruger, Asiwaju, Al Hilal, Super Eagles
Odion Ighalo's daughter enjoys Ruger's hit track Asiwaju. Photo: @OneJoblessBoy
Source: Twitter

The footballer’s daughter appeared to be in another realm as she sang and vibed to the song, stunning other family members.

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Ighalo could not help but laugh, and it was just a beautiful scene to behold as they continue to enjoy their holiday.

Ruger creates a hit song

Tooexclusive reports that Ruger's Asiwaju was released by Jonzing World Entertainment Limited, under an exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment in the United Kingdom.

The Nigerian artist comes through with the release of his new song, which is said to display his ongoing partnership with veteran producer KukBeat.

A highly anticipated single from the album Red Flags, Asiwaju is a follow-up to the singer's The Second Wave extended play.

Part of the song's lyrics read:

“See I’m ahead of them, Asiwaju. I’m a baller, Igahlo ni mi. No man fit talk [expletive] to me. Ni ile mi, you go collect ooo…”

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Ighalo makes fourth consecutive score

Sports Brief earlier reported that Ighalo was on target again, as Al Hilal held Al Nassr to a 2-2 draw in the Saudi Professional Football League on Monday night.

The Super Eagles striker has now scored in his fourth consecutive game, taking his tally in the league to six this season.

The draw means Al Hilal are in fourth place on 21 points, just two points adrift of leaders Al Nassr in the 16-team league table.

Source: Sports Brief News