Ever-famous Egyptian football player, Mohamed Salah, has been in the limelight for quite some time now. 

Putting aside his most recent award, the Golden Boot, he now finds himself the inspiration behind Moroccan-French rapper La Fouine's newest song.

According to Al Arabiya, La Fouine wrote this song as a tribute to all the achievements Salah has accomplished so far. 

To name only a few and the most recent, the unofficial president of Egypt finished off the season with 32 goals, pushed Liverpool into the Champions League semi-finals for the first time in 10 years, and was named the Premier League's Player of the Year

Going back to the Moroccan rapper's song, people of the internet were over the roof about it, propelling its viewership to 2 millions in less than a week. 

Though the lyrics are in French and not exactly the easiest to understand, fans of both La Fouine and Salah were ecstatic. 

Here's how people reacted to the release of this song: 

The track is on fire

"I don't understand it, but I love it"

Tweeps believe in the union of Muslims and Arabs

"Sorry for having underestimated you, the music video is epic"

People are beyond proud of Mo Salah

Even those who aren't fans of La Fouine are sharing the song

"I'm not a fan of La Fouine, but he sang for Mo Salah so I will share this."

Not everyone was impressed though

"Mo Salah is the best footballer in Africa and not far from the best two worldwide. He's strong, humble, and a good Muslim. He was destined to succeed. He used to take four buses to go to training. And to hear La Fouine rhyming his name with 'kalach'?"

Accusing the rapper of taking advantage of Salah's popularity

"What an opportunist La Fouine is. He didn't even know who Mo Salah was a year ago."

This isn't La Fouine's first football-related song

La Fouine, whose real name is Laouni Mouhid, has more than a million albums sold, produced seven albums, seven mix-tapes, and eight maxis.

He previously dedicated a song to Phoenix Rising Ivorian player, Didier Drogba, and Gambian-French Arsenal footballer, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang