- Ghanaian footballer Asamoah Gyan has been seen in a video rapping for his teammates at North East United FC
- Sitting in a bus with other teammates, Asamoah Gyan entertained his colleagues by singing and rapping
- Fans of the striker, after watching the video expressed excitement and admiration for him
Popular Black Stars striker Asamoah Gyan has got social media buzzing after rapping for his teammates in a new video.
In the video, the Black Stars general captain displayed musical skills while he sat on a bus with his North East United FC teammates.
While the song played, Asamoah Gyan led his teammates to respond as he sang and rapped to entertain them.
After posting the video, he captioned "Eiiiiii this guy will never stop. He loves what he does. He always wants people around him to be happy. Good team spirit @northeastunitedfc."
Fans of Asamoah Gyan found the video interesting as they took to the comment section to shower praises on him:
@rollie_magiq applauded Asamoah Gyan's influence: "You always have positive influence on people around you."
@sammy_anim heaped praise on Asamoah Gyan: "When you are blessed beyond measure this is what happens, your greatness will forever be felt wherever you go ."
@northeastunitedfc asked for the goals after the rap: "We have seen him rap, now we are waiting for them dance moves after the goals! ."
@jupitarofficial had this to say: "How can you hate this man ? ❤️"
@fullbattery10 claimed Asamoah Gyan loves to play: "But like joke like joke.... Asamoa gyan de love fooling paaaa ooo.... eerrrrr ."
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that there is a lot of love and admiration for Ghana's top scorer in AFCON.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Shatta Bandle after he was seen playing football.
In the video, the diminutive braggart wore a jersey and the captain's armband as he dribbled the goalkeeper and scored a goal.
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