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“I Used To Play In The Same Football Team With Thomas Partey”-Dancegod Lloyd Reveals [Video]

Well-known Ghanaian Choreographer, Lloyd Anoo Konadu, popularly known as Dancegod Lloyd has revealed that football has always been his passion since infancy but along the line, the story changed.

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During an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manson on the Delay show, Dancegod Lloyd revealed that he used to play the same team with Arsenal’s Thomas Partey in a football team named the Ashaiman All-Stars.

He mentioned that his parents were not too happy with his decision to become a footballer after he graduated from senior high school but they wanted him to have passion for whatever he chooses to do with his life so they threw their weight behind him since he was not interested in continuing his education.

However, he had to quit playing football because of his height, thus venturing into dancing. He said he is proud to see Thomas Partey elevate in his football career but he is also happy with what he does even though if he had continued, he would have probably been at the same level with him.

Watch the video below:

In other news, Ronald Kwaku Dei Appiah, better known by his stage name Bisa Kdei has revealed that his relationship with the award-winning songstress, Becca has not been as it was in previous times after she tied the knot with her husband.

According to the “Asew” hitmaker, he has lost contact with the songstress and is no longer following her on social media, adding that her matters are no longer his concern but her husband’s.

Speaking in an interview with the Celebrity Blogger, Zionfelix, Bisa Kdei revealed that he decided to revoke his friendship with Becca after she tied the knot because he felt she needed space for her new family.

Source: Ghgossip.com

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