Arnie RAPS cheesy Terminator catchphrases in excruciating music video for track Pump It Up – The Sun
TERMINATOR star Arnold Schwarzenegger is back – with an excruciating rap performance in a song about pursuing your dreams.
The former politician and bodybuilder has teamed up with Austrian singer Andreas Gabalier for the track, "Pump It Up – the Motivation Song."
In the music video, Arne, 71, is seen in a recording booth, his face set in an almost pained expression as he slowly "raps" lyrics peppered with cheesy catchphrases from the Terminator films.
The words all concern Schwarzenegger and make references to his career, reports People.com.
Midway through the track, the Hollywood tough guy, in his thick Austrian accent, breaks into this rap sequence: “Hey, I’m Arnold Schwarzenegger and listen carefully / Dig deep down and ask yourself, who do you want to be / Not what, but who – ff you believe success will come to you / Work like hell, trust yourself, and all your dreams come true.”
Later in the song, he continues: “Break some rules, knock the wall, don’t be afraid to fail / You have to think outside the box, I say no pain no gain / I don’t want to hear it cannot be done, always give something back / My name is Arnold Schwarzenegger and I’ll be back.”
Throughout the video, viewers are also treated to images of the actor as a younger man – including footage of him flexing his bulging muscles as he poses in a pair of tight briefs.
My name is Arnold Schwarzenegger and I’ll be back
Other shots show the ex governor of California lifting weights at Gold’s Gym in Los Angeles, and cycling with Gabalier, 34.
There are also scenes from films that Schwarzenegger has appeared in.
Arne's rap debut comes just two weeks after he was drop-kicked while posing for selfies with fans in South Africa.
He was blindsided by a screaming "idiot" in front of stunned children in a gym in Johannesburg.
was the judge of a skipping competition when the unnamed coward pounced.
Dramatic footage showed the attacker bounce off the former Mr Universe – who didn't realise he had been attacked until he saw the video afterwards.
Schwarzenegger tumbled forward into a crowd of people while the man who kicked him was quickly pinned down by security at the event, held in a posh suburb of Johannesburg.
A video of the attack at the Arnold Classic Africa event showed the man being quickly detained before Arnie walked away unscathed.
Arnie later took to Twitter to describe the incident.
In a message to his four million fans, he said: "Thanks for your concerns, but there is nothing to worry about. I thought I was just jostled by the crowd, which happens a lot.
"I only realized I was kicked when I saw the video like all of you. I’m just glad the idiot didn’t interrupt my Snapchat."
Schwarzenegger was born in Austria and first rose to prominence as a bodybuilder, winning the Mr Universe title aged 20.
Arne’s rap lyrics for Pump it Up
Hey, I’m Arnold Schwarzenegger and listen carefully / Dig deep down and ask yourself, who do you want to be / Not what, but who – ff you believe success will come to you / Work like hell, trust yourself, and all your dreams come true.
Break some rules, knock the wall, don’t be afraid to fail / You have to think outside the box, I say no pain no gain / I don’t want to hear it cannot be done, always give something back / My name is Arnold Schwarzenegger and I’ll be back
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After moving to Hollywood, he achieved worldwide fame in 1982 action film Conan The Barbarian, which launched his film career.
Arnie though is perhaps best known for his starring role in the Terminator films.
The first in the franchise came out and 1984 and now he is set to appear in the sixth called Dark Fate with co-star Linda Hamilton.
Schwarzenegger served as the 38th governor of California from 2003 to 2011.
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