Since winning back-to-back NBA MVP awards, there aren’t too many places on the planet where Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo can go out for a meal in public without garnering attention.
However, the 6’11” superstar seemingly found a burger joint in Sweden—a country not exactly known for basketball nor burgers.
Antetokounmpo appeared in a video by his friend Timmy Karter, a Greek travel vlogger, while eating at MAX Burgers in Stockholm.
“I’m here in Sweden, nobody knows me. I’m just chilling,” Antetokounmpo said.
Surrounded by oblivious diners at the socially-distanced restaurant, Giannis Antetokounmpo provided his review of the fast-food chain and answered a few life questions. Karter said it was Antetokoumpo’s idea to film a food review.
“I prefer Max than McDonald’s. 100 times better,” the Bucks superstar said.
As for whether he would officially promote unhealthy fast food, Antetokounmpo explained his personal policy.
“The kids gotta eat healthy. I will never tell somebody to eat what I wouldn’t eat myself or what I would’t give my kid to eat. MAX is really good, but MAX is for a cheat day. Gotta be able to eat vegetables, take care of your body, sleep a lot. When you do all those things right, you can have a cheat day and you can eat MAX Burger.”
Giannis Antetokounmpo explained that if he wasn’t playing basketball, he’d probably “own a real estate business.” For now, he’ll have to continue owning real estate inside his opponents’ minds with his dominant play which only seems to get better.