Harry Redknapp learns how to rap on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here

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Former Pompey manager Harry Redknapp was taught how to rap by his camp mates on I’m a Celebrity this week. 

The ex-Portsmouth boss, who guided the South Coast side to victory in FA Cup in 2008, became ‘MC Hazza’ with help from X-Factor runner up Fleur East and Hollyoaks actor Malique Thompson-Dwyer. 

The pair taught Redknapp how to rap as well as modern slang words and even helped him compose a song about his beloved wife Sandra. 

‘Yeah I jump in my Range Rover peng ting to Sandra,’ he rapped following the lesson. 

READ MORE: Harry Redknapp calls wife Sandra ‘my life’ as he gushes over her to I’m a Celebrity camp mates 

Redknapp has proved one of the most popular celebrities in this year's edition of the ITV reality TV show - which has been running since 2002. 

Harry Redknapp. Picture: Joel Anderson/ITV/PA Wire

Harry Redknapp. Picture: Joel Anderson/ITV/PA Wire

Who is Harry Redknapp? 

He is a football manager, who was a one-time favourite for the England job. 

Harry also famously led Pompey to victory in the FA Cup in 2008. 

Why is he famous? 

‘Arry is best known as a football manager – having been in the hot seat for teams such as Portsmouth, leading them to win the FA Cup in 2008, as well as Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur – who he led to quarter finals of the Champions League. 

He was also linked with the England manager’s position a number of times over the years.  Redknapp is also known for his personality and numerous quotes over the years. 

READ MORE:  Hilarious video shows ex-Portsmouth manager Harry Redknapp react angrily after being hit by ball 

Which clubs has Harry Redknapp managed? 

Since becoming a professional manager in 1983, Redknapp has managed the following clubs: 

1983–1992 – AFC Bournemouth

1994–2001 – West Ham United

2002–2004 – Portsmouth

2004–2005 – Southampton

2005–2008 – Portsmouth

2008–2012 – Tottenham Hotspur

2012–2015 – Queens Park Rangers

2016 – Jordan

2017 – Birmingham City

He is currently is an adviser to Central Coast Mariners and a director at Southern Football League club Wimborne Town.