Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's Brother Fires Cap Gun On Instagram Live With Arsenal Forward
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's brother appeared on an Instagram live video to bring in the New Year with the Arsenal forward, whilst dancing around and firing a cap gun.
It certainly wasn't a normal New Year's Eve for anyone this year, as 2021 was brought in by most people at home with very little company.
Arsenal striker Aubameyang decided to join his brother to celebrate the end of everyone's Annus horribilis by doing an Instagram live video together.
Willy certainly made a bit of a d*ck of himself as he entertained his brother by dancing around with a cap gun and firing it off.
Aside from weird comparisons to Edinson Cavani's situation and Harry Kane, it was a very odd moment with the 31-year-old striker laughing along to his brother's antics.
Auba's brother taking the piss and firing blanks like his bro is on the pitch :eyes: pic.twitter.com/11FS3VJO6i- Grizz* (@GrizzKhan) January 1, 2021
Kane's announcing the birth of his newborn son while Auba is live streaming his brother shooting his gun pic.twitter.com/noYleXlrSd- Alan (@CockOnBallStory) January 1, 2021
Dear @premierleague,- Cantona's Collar :flag_ye: (@CantonaCollars) January 1, 2021
I understand that with the way your social media rules are written @ECavaniOfficial probably had to get a punishment despite it being an honest mistake
What rules do you have about guns being fired live on social media and being celebrated by @Aubameyang7? pic.twitter.com/CHGSKM22ok
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Aubas brother has more shots than auba in 2021- UTD-Shaz (@shaz_utd) January 1, 2021
Willy was actually on the books for AC Milan at one point, where his brother also played, and was well thought of as a youngster, playing up front.
He went to play for Kilmarnock in 2011, after being let go by the Serie A giants, but didn't last long in Scotland, playing just six games.
Pierre-Emerick's brother was also in the headlines in December 2019 when he criticised the club's choice of Mikel Arteta to take over from Unai Emery at the Emirates Stadium.
Willy took to social media to post that, like Freddie Ljungberg, who'd been interim between Emery and Arteta, the Spaniard had no experience.
Despite winning the FA Cup last year, things haven't gone well for Arteta and the Gunners so far this season and they're currently in 13th place after 16 games.
Things haven't been helped with Aubameyang only scoring three times in 14 appearances for the north London side in the Premier League.
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