A Rap Song For Daniel Sturridge And His Dog Has Been Made And It's Absolutely Outstanding
Daniel Sturridge has uploaded a hilarious rap parody about his pet dog Lucci.
Liverpool fan Chris Longman has brilliantly edited Sturridge's initial appeal video in to a rap song and it's outstanding.
He poked fun of himself by posting the clip online, accompanied with the words: "The internet is undefeated!! @luccidapoochie look how they got me looking. Whoever made this you're hilarious..."
Before being reunited with his pup, Sturridge issued an appeal to find his pooch. The ex-Liverpool striker said the following on Instagram:
Somebody has broken into @DanielSturridge's house in LA and stolen his dog... :rage::rage::rage: pic.twitter.com/5cfPBBlgyw
- SPORTbible (@sportbible) July 9, 2019
Someone please help. Stolen from West Hollywood last night at 11:30pm.
A sizeable reward will be paid. Thanks for your co-operation pic.twitter.com/TC5egwuBfw
- Daniel Sturridge (@DanielSturridge) July 10, 2019
"Listen, someone has broken into the house in LA, took my dog from the house. Listen, whoever knows who broke into my crib, I'll pay you anything, I'm dead serious." he said.
"I want to know who took my s***. I wanna know what's went on. I wanna know why they took my dog. I wanna know why they took bags from upstairs.
"I want to know what the f**** going on. How can you break into someone's house in LA and take a dog? Are you crazy? You break into a house and take a dog?"
He posted a series of slides on social media, where he offered '"20 or 30 grand" to anyone who could return his dog.
"Whoever brings my dog back, 20 grand, straight up. Straight up. 20 Gs. 30 Gs, whatever," he said. "Bring my dog back. Bring my dog back to this house, I am moving out of this b**** anyway.
"Bring the dog back to this address. I'll be moving out tomorrow or the next day.
"I want my dog back and I'll pay whatever, it don't matter, it don't matter the cost. 20 or 30 grand, bring my dog back.
"You aren't going to get more than that anyway, and if you are, let me know and I'll pay more than them. I want my dog back."
24 hours after thieves broke into his Los Angeles apartment, Lucci was found and reunited with its rightful owner.