Award-winning Ghanaian musician, King Promise has disclosed his unwavering support for the recently dropped Black Stars captain, Andre Dede Ayew.

Speaking on Starr Chat with Bola Ray King Promise didn’t hold back when discussing the national football team and the recent decision by the coach.

Reflecting on his own experiences hanging out with the players and witnessing their dedication, King Promise expressed his admiration for the ousted captain Andre Dede Ayew, emphasizing, “He’s still my captain, you know, it’s my guy, so love and respect.”

Despite acknowledging the coach’s prerogative in team selection, King Promise underscored the enduring bond between the players and their commitment to representing Ghana on the international stage.

“He’s my guy,” he reiterated, highlighting the captain’s unwavering love for the Black Stars and his dedication to the team’s success.

King Promise emphasized the importance of respecting the legacy of the captain, whom he described as a “legend” and a symbol of national pride.

During the interview, King Promise also shared insights into his friendship with other Black Stars players showcasing the camaraderie and solidarity within the team.

With his signature warmth and enthusiasm, King Promise’s words echoed the sentiments of many fans, emphasizing the unity and collective spirit that defines Ghana’s football culture.

As the conversation wrapped up, King Promise sent a message of solidarity to the entire Black Stars squad, affirming, “Wherever he is, I know he’s supporting Ghana because I know how much he loves the Black Stars.”

Source: Ghana/ Mensah