Muntari's 'pimp your ride' business

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Former Inter Milan and Ghana star Sulley Muntari is not just known for his footballing ability but also a unique car business he started that 'pimps your rides'. Check it out!

When most footballers enter the latter stages of their careers, they look to venture into management or punditry when they retire, aiming to continue in the sports world.  

This was not in the plans of Muntari who admitted that he is not interested in taking up a role in the dugout when he retires but would instead prefer to branch out into the car business and that is what he did in 2012.

The luxury car company called ‘4FKmotorsport’ gained a big reputation in quick succession but it remains unknown if they are still in operation due to their quiet social media presence. 

Scroll through the gallery above to see some of 4FKmotorsport’s best work

The motor business was not your typical mechanic, instead, the business took cars in their standard version and pimped them to their fullest potential. A very similar concept to the popular MTV show “pimp my ride” that captivated many with their outrageous modifications. 

The car-filled garage, which was located in Italy, used to specialised in an aesthetic modification which means changes to motors that make it look better. Some changes can be on the body of the car while others work on the internal appearance.  

Read: Neymar's multimillion car collection

However, this method is not always meant to make visual differences, sometimes a simple tweak to the bodywork can bring significant changes to the car’s performance by providing more stability and better aerodynamics. 

Some of the products they used to offer included Heavy-duty equipment & motors for industries, Luxury Car Rentals & sales, Vehicle Wrapping and Tuning & Bodywork.  

When it comes to the pitch, Muntari has openly mentioned an interest in moving to Kaizer Chiefs but the DStv Premiership team has remained silent about a potential move for the veteran baller.  

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