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John Guidetti and Virgil van Dijk's brilliant rendition of Ghetto Superstar

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Celtic striker John Guidetti has been showcasing his musical talent again after performing a brilliant rendition of 1990s rap hit 'Ghetto Superstar' with the help of team-mate Virgil van Dijk.

The 22-year-old Sweden international has already treated Bhoys supporters to a glimpse of his singing skills after taking part in an impromptu performance during a Nike Q&A session last year.

However, the Manchester City loanee has gone one better by delivering a pitch-perfect presentation of the memorable Pras track, which also features Van Dijk beatboxing in the background.

The clip was uploaded to Instagram by fellow Celtic Park star Nir Bitton, the Israeli midfielder that felt the need to share Guidetti's hidden talent to the football masses on social media.

Bitton actually posted the video last week, but with Hoops fans in celebratory mood after last night's emphatic 4-0 victory over Motherwell that moved them back to the top of the Scottish Premier League, GiveMeSport thought it was a good time to share the silly footage again.

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First-half goals from Van Dijk, Leigh Griffiths and a Mikael Lustig brace after the interval secured all three points for Ronny Deila's side, who still have a game in hand over second placed Aberdeen.

The comprehensive result represented the 11th win from Celtic's last 13 league outings and condemned Motherwell to their fourth consecutive defeat that leaves Ian Baraclough's side hovering perilously above the relegation play-off place.

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