‘Bromance is unreal’ is the verdict as Declan Rice posts video with Said Benrahma on their way to Austria and West Ham fans love it.
Unless you have been living under a rock over the last 24 hours then you will have seen West Ham hero Rice singing ‘Rice, Rice, Baby’ on Twitter as part of the new Sing Your Dialect karaoke craze.
You can listen to Rice singing his own version of Vanilla Ice’s 90s classic here.
West Ham are this afternoon heading to Austria for the Europa League tie against Rapid Wien.
The game is being played behind closed doors due to lockdown being enforced in Austria.
West Ham know a win will seal top spot in Group H and with it a place in the Europa League last 16 in March.
Despite defeat at Wolves last time out was a disappointment for West Ham. But the Hammers will be confident having beat Rapid Wien 2-0 in the reverse fixture at the London Stadium.
Two players not short on confidence are Rice and Said Benrahma.
The two have become close since Benrahma joined West Ham.
And the pair looked relaxed and in good spirits when Rice posted a video of him with Benrahma as they left Rush Green for the airport this afternoon.
The Hammers duo do a little follow-up to the midfield enforcer’s now famous ‘Rice, Rice, Baby’ sing-song and are in fits of laughter together.
West Ham fans have been absolutely loving the video with many saying it shows the great bromance between the pair and the team spirit at the club.
‘Bromance is unreal’ Declan Rice posts video with Said Benrahma and West Ham fans love it
Rice is filming himself walking with Benrahma and the Algerian says ‘Rice, Rice, Baby’.
Rice then asks Benrahma if he thinks he’s a good rapper to which the West Ham playmaker responds: “Course bro.”
Check out the video below: