ChatGPT creates incredible chant for Alexis Mac Allister
Summer anthem of the year
Chat GPT has become the new phenomenon in recent months and it appears to have worked it’s magic again.
Reports have claimed that Liverpool are close to completing a deal to sign Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder Alexis Mac Allister and that it will be made official this week.
Mac Allister is reportedly joining for a fee of £35m after the Reds triggered his release clause and he is set to become Jürgen Klopp’s first signing of the summer transfer window.
Ahead of the World Cup winner’s arrival, one Liverpool fan has already been busy getting to work on sorting a new chant for the midfield star and turned to ChatGPT for help.
Twitter user Milli Mediaa used the AI device to make a chant to the style of a 90s dance classic and well, let’s just say, it’s unreal.
To the tune of ‘Ecuador’ by Sash!, the lyrics are as follows:
“I’ve seen ya winning with Argentina. I need a centre mid to and so he sent a bid through and now we’ve got Alexis – Alexis is majestic. Mac Allister is magic! He’s Red and it’s fantastic!”
— LFC Songs 🔴🎶 (@aifootballsongs) June 7, 2023
Come on, I know you’re all singing it now.
As expected, the chant has gone down remarkably well with Liverpool fans.
“The kop bouncing to this >>>>,” wrote one fan.
Another tweeted: “This is actually a banger wtf.”
A third said: “Wow this is so good it’s scary.”
Having joined Brighton in 2019, Mac Allister starred in the Seagulls’ campaign this season as they secured European football for the first time in the club’s history, qualifying for the Europa League.
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