Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has been forced to respond to rumours on social media that he was helping well-known artist Drake off the field.
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The track, which is a part of Drake's unexpected EP release "Scary Hours 3," led fans to praise the top Premier League star.
Fans on social media have hailed him for his songwriting prowess and wondered if the Treble winner was incapable of anything.
De Bruyne’s response
Man City star started by making a joking comment on his Instagram account by saying, "needed an assist" with a photo of the two together.
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The Belgian star’s post was also commented on by his team-mate Erling Haaland by saying, "he is not alone."
The Belgian was Manchester City’s top player last season, helping the team to a treble-winning season.
However, he has only featured once since the start of the new season and has been absent from the squad through injury.
The midfielder picked up a hamstring injury against Burnley in the opening game of the season, with the player needing surgery to become better.
During his time with City, he has tallied 153 assists, the fourth-highest total in Premier League history, with 102 of those coming in the top division.