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Francis Antetokounmpo: “I grew up away from my brothers and parents”

Francis Antetokounmpo: “I grew up away from my brothers and parents”

Francis Antetokounmpo gave an exclusive on-camera interview for “You Still Ain’t Seen Nothing!”, which aired Sunday afternoon on MEGA.

The song and how it came into his life

Francis Antetokounmpo is the only one of the Antetokounmpo brothers who chose to pursue music instead of basketball. Regarding his choice to deal with singing professionally, he said:

“I was singing and my grandfather used to say to me: ‘Francis, you have a very beautiful voice. I think you can handle music.’ Music is about promoting your cultural heritage. For example, my brothers were born and raised in Greece, so they are more Greek. By coming here, I tried to unify my father’s origin and my own culture, so that my brothers can learn and understand as well.”

The film is about Antetokounmpo’s family history

Regarding the film that was shown about the life of Giannis Antetokounmpo, he commented, “What moved me most in the film was the struggle behind it, behind everything. And also, what moved me most was leaving you behind.”

You taught me to be humble

“My grandparents raised me as their child and taught me to be humble. This is the most important thing in life.”

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