Odumodublvck was prominent for his song for Arsenal star Declan Rice, which was used for his unveiling at the Emirate Stadium
Nigerian artist Tochukwu Gbubemi Ojogwu, widely known as Odumodublvck, was recently seen alongside Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi at the King Power Stadium, Soccernet.ng reports.
Leicester City hosted Watford FC for the EFL Championship clash upon returning from international duty to secure all three points and bounce back from their two consecutive losses.
Odumodublvck, whose song dedicated to Arsenal player, Declan Rice, has gained attention among Arsenal fans, was captured exchanging greetings with the two Super Eagles stars.
Shared images on his Instagram displayed him holding gifted shirts from Ndidi and Iheanacho, a picture of him at the King Power Stadium stands, along with invited tickets for their match.
Under Odumodublvck’s posts, Ndidi reacted with a hands-up emoji, while Iheanacho replied with a lyric from Odumodublvck’s song “All I know, Ola Aina.”
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The Foxes secured a convincing 2-0 victory against Watford, with two goals from Jamie Vardy, following consecutive losses to Middlesbrough and Leeds United.
Ndidi, returning after missing four matches due to injury, showcased an impressive performance during his 63 minutes on the field.
Looking ahead to their next match against Sheffield Wednesday, Ndidi and Iheanacho aim to sustain their impactful contributions for Enzo Maresca’s team.