Alicia Keys' husband Swizz Beatz shares video teaching his little son Genesis to do push-ups
Rapper and record producer Swizz Beatz uploaded a video to his Instagram account that portrayed him and his fifth child Genesis Ali Dean doing some push-ups.
The post, which was Swizz’s way to honor himself on Father’s Day, showed him next to his three-year-old son Genesis. The man was trying to teach the boy how to do push-ups by showing him the right pose.
Genesis, who was wearing a red and white onesie, initially copied his father’s position but, when Swizz started moving up and down, the boy just counted how many reps his father did.
It was clear that the father-and-son duo was doing their exercise routine in Genesis’ room as there were a bunch of toys behind both of them, including Spider-Man and Star Wars’ Stormtrooper.
For the caption, Swizz pointed out that Father’s Day was every day. He finished by sending his prayers to all his fans and followers. As soon as the rapper posted that video, people took to the comment section to share their thoughts.
One of them was Instagram user @mzlynxofficial, who admitted that Genesis’ plank was the ‘real [sic].’ Kimora Rockhead, on the other hand, noticed another aspect of the video. She wondered if Genesis asked his father to do some abs right before the video ended.
As Celebritist previously reported, Swizz has been married to Alicia Keys since 2010, which was also the same year they had their first son, Egypt. Genesis, the couple’s second child and Swizz’s fifth, was born in December 2014.
The couple confessed that even now, after almost a decade of being married, they don’t fight and don’t raise their voices to each other. Their ‘secret’ is communication.
Swizz added that in the aspects of life where he is weak, Alicia was strong and vice-versa. Another aspect that both of them have discussed is that they don’t own each other.
Finally, the rapper confessed that they learned a lot during their previous relationships, especially the things that had worked out and that things that hadn’t, so it was easier for them to create such a bond.