Hardcore Ghanaian rapper, Yaa Pono who appears to be a staunch supporter of Chelsea Football Club has dropped his prediction about the yet to be played UEFA Champions League finals.
The most valuable club football match which will have its finals played between Chelsea and Manchester City has sparked lots of debate across the world as to who will finally lift the ultimate in the 2020/2021 competition.
While many are busily making a case for Man City following how superb and thrilling they have been over the season, Yaa Pono has said the otherwise saying the cup is for the North London-based club.
According to the award-winning rapper, he has already made his calculation and can say with all authority that Chelsea will beat Pep Guardiola's Man City four goals to one.
Though the 'Obia Wo Ne Master' hitmaker didn't put her thoughts in words to be easily understood, he dropped a simple mathematical calculation on his official Facebook page and captioned it "@chelseafc".
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