Ahead of Dhoni’s birthday, Dwayne Bravo releases teaser of song 'Number 7' | Watch
New Delhi | Jagran Sports Desk: The Chennai Super Kings (CSK) all-rounder Dwayne Bravo released the teaser of his new song 'Number 7', dedicating it to the Ranchi star on his birthday.
Dwayne Bravo’s song which is said to be released on Dhoni’s birthday (July 7), has created a buzz on social media as Dhoni’s fans have been posting images and messages for the former Indian captain’s 39th birthday.
On Monday, The West Indies all-rounder posted the teaser of his upcoming song on Instagram, writing, "Are you ready for July 7th!! @mahi7781 birthday we going to be celebrating his birthday in style with this special track from the Champion team!! @djanamusic @ultrasimmo @collegeboyjesse @arielle.alexa @dexterrthomas guys don’t forget to tag us an let us see your helicopter dance!!”.
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Are you ready for July 7th!! @mahi7781 birthday we going to be celebrating 🥳 his birthday in style with this special track from the Champion team!! @djanamusic @ultrasimmo @collegeboyjesse @arielle.alexa @dexterrthomas guys don’t forget to tag us an let us see your helicopter 🚁 dance!! 👌🏾👌🏾🔥🔥🔥 #7 #Helicopter 🇹🇹🇹🇹
Bravo, who has been working on the song for quite some time, was heard singing: “MS Dhoni, number 7, MS Dhoni, number 7. 2007 T20 Champion, 2011 became the world champion, first captain to win every trophy for his nation, now everybody do the helicopter celebration,” in the video while sharing the lyrics of the much-awaited song on social media.
MS Dhoni, who was recently seen doing organic farming at his farmhouse in Ranchi, has been a sabbatical from international cricket since India's 2019 World Cup exit. Unlike other cricketers, Dhoni has been totally inactive on social media.
The wicketkeeper-batsman was expected to make a comeback on the cricket field for the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) but the tournament was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While Dhoni participated in the team’s practice matches, he left for Ranchi after all training camps for the eight franchises had to be cancelled due to the outbreak.
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