Celtic have their fair share of famous fans. And one of the most unexpected names on that list is that of legendary rapper, Snoop Dogg. Since his career began in the 1990s, he has remained one of the biggest names in music. And it appears that he has handed some added initiative to the Hoops players to win back the Premiership title from the Rangers this season.
We all know how the 2020/21 campaign went. Celtic’s season went completely off the rails and they would end up finishing 25 points behind the Rangers in the league table.
Ange Postecoglou and the players, a lot of them new arrivals, deserve a lot of credit for the brilliant turnaround that the club have made this season and at this point of time, they are sitting 3 points ahead of the Rangers in the league table, with 8 league games left to go.
And Snoop appears to have plans to party with Celtic in May, if they can win the Premiership title this season. As reported by the Daily Record, the rap legend said:
“Glasgow is a crazy city and I don’t need an excuse to visit one of my favourite places in Europe – but to come over and party with the Champions of Scotland would be special fo Schizzle.
“So Bhoys, don’t let me down and Snoop is gonna see you in May.”
Snoop also made no secret of which team he supports as he added:
“In Scotland, Celtic are my boys.
“This season they are back playing how we expect them to be and if they become Champions I will fly over to Glasgow to party with the players.”
Snoop Dogg plans to party with Celtic players if they win the title
That is some extra motivation if the Celtic players needed any more, heading into one of the most important phases of the season.
As things stand, they are definitely in the driver’s seat. But things can change very quickly, as we have already seen once this season, as the Rangers had a 6-point lead just a couple of months ago.
Thus, Celtic must be careful not to slip up. There are still a couple of Glasgow Derbies left to be played in the league and a lot could depend on the result of those games.
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