In a heartwarming and lighthearted moment, Ghana forward Inaki Williams was spotted enjoying a fun time with his brother, Nico Williams.
They were caught on camera singing along to the popular Ghanaian track “Second Sermon” by Black Sherif. The video, shared by Athletic Xtra, captured this delightful exchange, with Nico Williams featured in the shot, playfully insinuating that Inaki was the one responsible for capturing the moment banter.
In the video, Inaki Williams humorously expressed himself in Twi, a local Ghanaian language, saying, “Masa, w’adi fufu, w’ahy3 goal,” which translates to “You ate fufu (a popular Ghanaian dish) and scored,” testifying to the camaraderie and the joy they share.
Inaki Williams singing Black Sherif’s Second Sermon is wholesome.
The Black Stars forward teases his brother Nico Williams about eating Fufu and scoring goals😂 pic.twitter.com/TIEMHAPCYL
— Thierry Nyann 🇬🇭 (@nyannthierry) November 7, 2023
This followed a 3-2 victory for Athletic Bilbao over Villareal in which the duo found themselves on the scoresheet.
Inaki Williams is however yet to score for the Black Stars, even after several appearances including participating in all three group games at the 2022 World Cup after switching his international allegiance from Spain to Ghana.
However, his scoring abilities are in full display at the club level, with Inaki Williams having notched up five goals in just 12 appearances in the ongoing La Liga season.
It’s worth noting that Inaki Williams is not the only Ghanaian footballer using music as a means of celebrating and representing their heritage.
Many Ghanaian players have been incorporating their love for music into their club lives.
For instance, Mohammed Kudus has openly expressed his admiration for the Reggae dancehall artist Stonebwoy. Additionally, Fatawu Issahaku was recently captured dancing to Shatta Wale’s “Freedom” in the Leicester City dressing room after a hard-fought victory in the Championship, showing how music and culture are intertwined with the world of football.