Meet Romario, a Germany based Streetball Player, who Receives Applause from Thousands of People Including Many Celebrities

Romario, a Koblenz, Germany based streetball player is making news for mixing his basketball skills with hip-hop music. For his creative and skilled videos on his Instagram platform, Romario has received a lot of applause from thousands of people. In addition to this, a lot of celebrities have appreciated his art and skills by commenting on his videos.


Many hip-hop artists and basketball experts have expressed their praise to Romario’s work in his Instagram videos. Popular on Instagram as @Romariofficial, Romario enjoys over 338k followers on his Instagram account and the German streetball player inspires over 1,00,000 people with his creative videos.


A lot of Hollywood and music stars like The game, Rick Ross, Timbaland, and Samuel L Jackson have commented on his videos to laud his efforts. The American rapper, Rick Ross has called him a young legend and called his video for 2pac very enthusiastic.

A lot of people find it difficult to gain popularity by mixing basketball skills with hip-hop music, Romario has done it with his sheer dedication and basketball dribbling talent. Born as Umut in Koblenz, Germany, he developed a strong liking for streetball during his childhood and he had taken part in many streetball tournaments to build his expertise.


After taking training from many basketball clubs, he managed to upscale his streetball dribbling skills. A few months ago, Romario posted an edited video on the basketball legend, Kobe Bryant to pay homage to the NBA star on his tragic death in a helicopter crash. A lot of people including many celebrities commented on the video and lauded him for his work.

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