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Ronaldinho partying with scantily-clad women (VIDEO)

It appears Brazilian football superstar Ronaldinho has adapted to life after jail with consummate ease, with the former World Cup star partying with scantily-clad ladies in his first music video.

The 40-year-old former AC Milan and PSG star is currently seeking to carve out a music career following his retirement from football, and it seems his plan is to displace “The Beautiful Game” with beautiful women instead.

Ronaldinho says he’s planning to produce around eight tracks through 2021 and featured in Tropa Do Bruxo’s latest single, which sees the Brazilian icon dancing and drinking at a rowdy house party populated almost exclusively by bikini-clad women.

In the video, Ronaldinho enjoys drinks by the pool and enjoys further beverages while sat at a poker table – while surrounded by dancing, twerking women. Then he concludes the video by diving onto a small grouping of the women.

During an interview with Globo, Ronaldinho spoke of his love for music, saying, “I’ve always enjoyed R&B, rap, hip hop, and trap has grown a lot in recent years. 

“It’s a different beat that in Brazil became a thing of young people, a genre that has fewer rules, that uses social networks and platforms to its advantage.

“If I dream, I would like my music to touch people’s hearts. 

“The union of music with feeling is my joy. I turn my everyday moments into music and that’s what I want to go through. 

“Being in a samba circle or in the trap mood helps me to let things flow.”

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