Paul Pogba has left netizens talking on different social media platforms for the another time. This is after he was spotted dancing to Diamond's 'Inama' song, something that has left netizens praising Diamond Platnumuz online.
According to the post that was shared by Wasafi, the guys was telling netizens that Diamond's music is doing good not only in Africa but also worldwide. Here is the post:
Remember on last week, Paul Pogba's wife also was spotted enjoying Diamond's 'Waah' song with her friends. Now this news of Paul Pogba dancing to Diamond's song has gone viral on different social media platforms where by, it's sparking mixed reactions currently.
Many are out to say that Diamond's music is now crossing boundaries while, others are out telling Pogba to keep supporting African music at the same time.
Anyway how do you think Diamond is feeling now after receiving this news about Pogba dancing to his song!? Share your thoughts as you share this news to your friends. Below are some of the reactions:
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