Ronaldinho shows up in a video, recorded in a studio, wearing a dark beret and a white tank top decorated with the picture of Saint George killing a mythical beast.
Brazil’s Ronaldinho has discovered a second calling in the wake of resigning from expert football: rapper.
The previous Brazil national and FC Barcelona megastar — full name Ronaldinho Gaucho — has discharged a tune alongside Brazilian vocalist Jorge Vercillo criticizing debasement in their nation.
The 2005 Golden Ball grant victor shows up in a video, recorded in a studio, wearing a dark beret and a white tank top decorated with the picture of Saint George killing a mythical beast.
Partially through the two part harmony, he plays drums, at that point breaks out in a 30-second rap solo.
“Love is our amusement, from beginning to end, in my heart there are never again adversaries,” he raps.
He at that point asks the protective layer clad Christian holy person to kill “the mythical serpent of ravenousness” and debasement, while an ensemble wails over the wasting of open assets in impairment of “schools and clinics.”
This isn’t the main melodic excursion for Ronaldinho, 39, who hung up his football spikes in January 2018.
He has additionally performed with Tunisian rapper K2rhym, and was included in the official World Cup 2018 melody performed by Will Smith, Nicky Jam and Era Istrefi.
Ronaldinho even showed up playing drums at the World Cup shutting function at Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium.
The celebrated midfielder anyway isn’t free of debate: in November 2018, a court requested that his international ID and that of his sibling Roberto be retained for neglecting to pay a $2.3 million fine for ecological harm caused amid the structure of property in Rio Grande do Sul, in southern Brazil.
What’s more, amid a year ago’s presidential crusade, he joined the extreme right PRB party and advocated their hopeful Jair Bolsonaro.
Bolsonaro, who was chosen on a broad guarantee to battle debasement, has confronted his very own outrages since getting down to business in January.