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Alphonso Davies is making his dreams come true on and off the football field.
The 21-year-old Bayern Munich star is mature and composed on the field, but off the field, he’s just like any other youngster.
Davies has a YouTube and Twitch channel and is super popular on TikTok as well. He also is a fan of pop culture and couldn’t believe it when Canadian rapper Drake followed him on Instagram. Davies is Canadian himself.
Davies now got to meet another rapper, one he has wanted to collaborate with for a long time.
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As reported by Bavarian Football Works, Davies got to meet KSI. The rapper and social media personality is busy with a European tour, performed twice in Germany.
One of those performances was in Munich, a 20-minute drive from the Allianz Arena venue. Davies went through to see the rapper, and KSI got to his own personalised Bayern Munich kit.
KSI took to his Instagram account to talk about the moment and thank Davies for coming through.
Olajide Olayinka Williams Olatunji, also known as KSI, is a YouTuber, rapper, songwriter, boxer and actor. He is a co-founder and member of the YouTube group known as the Sidemen. He has over 34 million subscribers and over 8 billion views across his three YouTube channels. He is also undefeated in three fights in the boxing ring as well. He is the CEO of Misfits Boxing and the co-owner of Prime Hydration (alongside Logan Paul), XIX Vodka and a restaurant chain called Sides.
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Bayern Munich defender, Alphonso Davies has finally opened up on the challenges he faced after he missed almost 5-months of football action when he was diagnosed with an inflammatory heart condition.
Sports Brief reported that the 21-year-old Canadian had suffered complications after contracting Covid-19 during the winter summer break of the 2021/22 Bundesliga season.
According to ESPN, Davies revealed the whole experience was scary for him as a player as he feared his football career was over as there was no time frame for his return.
Source: Sports Brief News
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