Weeks after his music was used by Chelsea to honour their greatest African footballers, D'Banj visited Arsenal. The koko master signed a shirt worn by Nigeria's Alex Iwobi and gave fans the chance to win the shirt.
D'Banj visited the ground with Dugout, a popular sports media company who produce videos for the biggest clubs in the world including Arsenal, PSG and Real Madrid .
The hit song El Chapo was played in the background as D'Banj signed the shirt which can be won on the Dugout media website.
The Koko master also recently released an album called King Don Come which including smash hits like the aforementioned El Chapo and Its not a lie. D'Banj's deal with Dugout will also present the fans opportunities to meet their favourite superstars in locker rooms
Are you a #BIG17 fan like @iamdbanj? 🇳🇬— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) December 12, 2017
Then head here for a chance to win @alexiwobi's signed shirt 👉 https://t.co/5vokrJb39m pic.twitter.com/OqwMo8UYpX