- Ghanaian-born Italian footballer Mario Balotelli has been seen in a video playing video game with his daughter
- In the video, Balotelli was heard saying 'kwasia' in relation to something to do with the game that he may be frustrated about
- Hearing Balotelli says 'kwasia' is surprising because he has never been heard speaking any Ghanaian dialect
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Ghanaian-Italian footballer Mario Balotelli has got social media buzzing after saying 'kwasia' in a video that went viral on social media.
In the video, the Brescia and Italy striker was seen playing a video game with his beautiful-looking daughter.
While the video captured them playing the game, Balotelli said 'kwasia' before the hilarious video ended.
One did not know if Balotelli said the 'kwasia' in relation to a frustration with the video game they were playing.
He may have also said so jokingly towards his daughter as both kept on a smiling face while playing the game.
This is one of the very first times that Mario Balotelli has been heard speaking or saying a word in a Ghanaian dialect.
Also, rarely has any video surfaced involving the former Manchester City forward and her little daughter.
Even though he is known to be a Ghanaian, Balotelli has never really associated himself to the country.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Obrafour after he released a throwback photo of himself and the executive producer of his 'Pae Mu Ka' album.
In the photo, 20-year-old Obrafour was seen standing behind Masoul Adjei, the man who invested in his 'Pae Mu Ka' album.
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