Giannis Antetokounmpo is a... poet - See what he wrote on Twitter

Giannis Antetokounmpo

Giannis Antetokounmpo decided to try poetry after his failed attempt at comedy, as he announced on social media.

He accompanied his "premiere" as a poet with photos from a training session wearing the shirt of the Greek National Team.

The first verses of Giannis Antetokounmpo, who wrote in the caption of his posts that "I'm transitioning from jokes to poems!!" are as follows:

"Greek freak is a baller so tall and sleek. And his moves are smooth as a kiss on the cheek."

See his post:

Meanwhile, Giannis has bought a massive new home for his whole family in Psychiko, Athens.

According to Proto Thema, the two-time NBA MVP is currently in Greece and is said to have bought the futuristic looking complex for an estimated 10 million euros (over 16 million AUD).

The newspaper reports that the property is 1500 sqm and that one apartment is reserved for his mother, while the others are for his brothers when they are in Greece.

In a video published by the publication, Giannis was seen moving belongings to the new property.

The Greek Freak was spotted in a Bucks shirt and shorts of the Greek National team.

This is not the first time Antetokounmpo bought property in Greece, with the power forward owning two Costa Navarino residences alongside his brother Thanasis, in Peloponnese.

Last year Giannis told the blog of the resort that this would become his future permanent residence.

“I actually don’t own a house in Athens. Instead, I’ll have a home here. I like being here – I have a good time, and my family is happy here. I like seeing the people closest to me happy: my mother walking on the beach, taking pictures…”

Now this has changed, and with a new property in Athens for his entire family, mother and brothers, maybe the seven-time NBA All-Star will split his time between the two.

This comes as just last month, Antetokounmpo and his partner Mariah announced they’re expecting a third child.

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