EXTRA TIME: Drogba pays tribute to music icon Johnny Hallyday

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Eric Bolte
The Chelsea legend joined global music stars and actors to express his condolence on the passing away of the French Elvis

Didier Drogba has paid tribute to French rock ‘n’ roll music icon Johnny Hallyday who died on Wednesday.

Hallyday who sold over 110 million records worldwide, died at the age of 74 after battling with lung cancer.

And the former Marseille forward joined the world in paying homage to the Elvis of France whose music was influenced by America’s Elvis Presley.

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