It looks like the popularity of the 'Man's Not Hot' single by UK-based Ghanaian rapper, Big Shaq is not going die anytime soon as more and more people get get hooked on it.
The latest prominent person to show his fascination with the viral track is former Chelsea and England captain, John Terry.
Terry, who now plays for Championship side Aston Villa, exhibited his rap skill with the song while driving.
In a video making rounds on social media, the star defender is seen singing the most popular part of the song with his son while they went about town in their ride.
The excitement on the faces of the two clearly showed how much they were in love with the song.
Born Michael Dapaah, Big Shaq is a 26-year-old young man of Ghanaian descent who was born in London who is originally a comedian.
His 'Man's Not Hot' track which propelled him to international fame was born out of a funny rap session he had on BBC 1Xtra which he titled 'Fire in the Booth'.
He recently released a video of the track in which he featured American rapper, DJ Khaled.
Watch John Terry's video below:
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