Raheem Sterling is definitely a Vybz Kartel stan.
Jamaican born, England, and Manchester City FC footballer, Raheem Sterling, is a long-time supporter of dancehall music, especially Vybz Kartel. Much like other Gaza supporters such as Usain Bolt, Sterling also flexes the Gaza sign to show his love and support, whenever he scores on the football pitch. December 8 marked the player’s 25th birthday, and he decided to vibe to Kartel’s newest hit while getting his hair cut. He is captured nodding his head as he sings a few lines from “ADIADKING” released on Usain Bolt’s Immortal Riddim. The song is packed with quite a few kingly references, however, he sings one of the biggest lines from the track, “No Matter wa dem do … any other king a Burger King!!”
Maybe it was not a coincidence that he was captured vibing to that exact track that Bolt produced. There is little doubt that there is anything sinister at work as it could very well be that he just wanted to find Kartel’s hottest and most current track to get himself pumped for his birthday. Vybz Kartel reposted the video and captioned it, “Matta weh dem seh, di Greats know di Greats @sterling7 #ADIDKING EVERYWHERE.”
One person joked about Sterling’s actions has he was vibing, “Den a suh ur music can mad people @vybzkartel [worried emoji].” ADIADKING has racked up an impressive 1,059,292 views since being released on Youtube on November 28, 2019.