Rapper Rymefests keep fit motivates him to keep up with the Kardashians.
Rhymefast, 30, recently signed on with Keep Fit and said his goal is to keep going.
The rapper and actor has released a video for the song “Keep Fit” in which he explains that his motivation comes from his desire to keep on keeping fit.
“I think that’s a great message that the Kardashian family is showing, and I think that if you’re doing it for yourself and you’re motivated by it, then you can do it for the rest of your life,” Rhymafest said in the video.
“So when you’re looking to keep your health, your mind and your spirit strong, then keep moving forward.”
Keep Fit, a new motivational video from rapper Rhymecest, has been viewed nearly 100,000 times on YouTube and has been shared more than 3.5 million times.
The R&B singer said he has always wanted to be a professional musician, but he had a hard time finding a job and had to make do with writing lyrics.
Rhys said the inspiration came from a family he has not seen since the 1990s when he was working as a chef.
“They were working in restaurants and I’m like, ‘I don’t want to be here anymore,'” Rhys said.
“My dad was a chef and they said to me, ‘You can’t do this because you have no business in this industry.
You’re just going to make money on your rap songs.'”
I felt that, and then I just realized that’s where I want to go.
“Rhys, who is also a professional wrestler, says his motivation is to become a professional rapper.”
Rhymeces goal is also to keep his career alive and stay relevant with the likes of Kanye West, Drake, Justin Bieber and Wiz Khalifa.”
You gotta keep your chin up and your mouth shut.”
Rhymeces goal is also to keep his career alive and stay relevant with the likes of Kanye West, Drake, Justin Bieber and Wiz Khalifa.
Rhythys and his family are not the only ones who are motivated by the video, as actor Chris Pine is also inspired by the success.
Rhymer’s Keep Fit campaign has been seen more than 100,00 times on the social media site.
“He has the most inspiring video of all time,” Pine said.