Celebrity Celtic fans Bobby Gillespie posed with fellow fan Shane MacGowan for a picture.

The Instagram post shows the celebrity Celts together in bar a couple of days ago.

Primal Scream rocker Gillespie is handing The Pogues’ MacGowan an Aida Celtic jersey.

The post is going down well with fans as it is going viral.

Bobby Gillespie shares iconic Celtic picture

The official Primal Scream account posted the pic of the famous Hoops supporters.

The pair were together for a documentary on The Pogues singer’s life.

Celtic fan Bobby Gillespie playing in Portugal a couple of weeks ago. (Photo by Pedro Gomes/Redferns)

Both are massive Celtic fans but aren’t as vocal on it as much as others such as Rod Stewart.

The duo are icons in music in this part of the world and it’s great to see them promoting the brand.

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However, this is an Aida Celtic jersey handover which makes the picture more intricate.

Aida Celtic is a team which formed out of a refugee camp in Bethlehem, Palestine.

The Hoops fans supports of the Palestinian people is reflected in the refugee’s club.

Gillespie’s political side has always been known, as it continues to be with the links to his beliefs and football team.

Shane MacGowan is subject to a documentary on his life. (Photo by Tristan Fewings/Getty Images)

As well as dealing with the serious aspects of football, Gillespie can also see the funny side.

Bobby Gillespie reveals his Rangers fears

The 57-year-old hit the headlines earlier this year regarding his bitter rivals.

He told French TV that his biggest fear was Rangers winning the Champions League.

Bobby Gillespie is a joker when it comes to rivals Rangers. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Alexa Chung)

However, Gillespie added that the chance of that happening is far away.

The Gers are playing in the Europa League qualifiers, showing how long they are away from even getting close.

Primal Scream poking fun at Rangers even goes back to a 1996 song with author and Hibs fan, Irvine Welsh.

Nevertheless, Gillespie and all the Hoops fans will be hoping Celtic qualifies for the Champions League.

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