Following his role in ending Inter Milan’s Serie A title drought, Romelu Lukaku has a new song dedicated to him. Inter’s first league title since 2010 was made possible by the Belgian striker. With 33 goal outputs in 35 games, his all-around game has been very remarkable (23 goals, 10 assists). Read more about Lukaku Song | Romelu Lukaku dedicates a new song to himself below.
Tommy Kuti, a Nigerian-born rapper and Inter fan based in Italy, has dedicated his new album “Numero 9” to Lukaku. Lukaku’s shirt number 9 at Inter is referenced in the album, which features artists Yves the Male, Wado, and Slim Gong.
Numero 9 is a Tommy Kuti track featuring Yves the Male, Wado, and Slim Gong. The lyrics mention defenders being unable to keep up with him, and it refers to the number 9 jersey. They also bring up the feud with Zlatan Ibrahimovic over who should be crowned King of Milan.
“The league’s champion has recovered, but just at the top. He was proclaimed the Next King of the Reign of Milano, despite the fact that I did not choose him.”
Kuti also promised his Instagram followers that if his post received five thousand likes, he would shave his beard and run to Milan’s central station in his underwear.
Lukaku fined for breaching coronavirus restrictions
Last week, Romelu Lukaku and three Inter Milan teammates were disciplined for violating Covid-19 restrictions by throwing a party in the early hours of Thursday morning to mark Belgium forward’s birthday.
After Inter’s 3-1 league victory over Roma, Lukaku, Achraf Hakimi, Ivan Perisic, and Ashley Young were among 24 people who celebrated his 28th birthday in a Milan hotel, according to Gazzetta Dello Sport.
According to Gazzetta, police were called and everyone present was fined for violating coronavirus laws.
According to Lukaku’s entourage, he went out with friends but did not throw the celebration.
Lukaku scored the game-winning goal against Roma, giving him 22 league goals this season, six more than Cristiano Ronaldo.