[WATCH] Noah Lyles and Jamaican girlfriend Junelle Bromfield display their rap & dance skills

Noah Lyles and his girlfriend Junelle Bromfield are heading to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games

[WATCH] Noah Lyles and Jamaican girlfriend Junelle Bromfield display their rap & dance skills

Joel Omotto 13:34 - 09.07.2024

Noah Lyles and his Jamaican girlfriend Junelle Bromfield showed how multitalented they are by rapping and dancing to viral TikTok challenge #glorilla during their Olympics training.

Noah Lyles and his Jamaican girlfriend Junelle Bromfield showed that they are not just good at athletics but can do music do when they rapped to an Olympics-themed song.

The athletics couple has been training together since sealing qualification for the Paris Olympics last month, Bromfield making Jamaica’s 400m team, while Lyles will lead Team USA in the 100m and 200m.

They say all work and n play makes Jack a dully boy and the two sought to release the pressure by doing a rap song inspired by the viral TikTok challenge #glorilla.

Bromfield was the rap queen while Lyles provided the backup as she unleashed her lines detailing how the two plan to conquer the Paris 2024 Olympics.

Her lyrics went:

"It's 9 am Monday

It's 86 degrees

I'm at the track and my man right here with me

We're about to kill his record cos medal ain't for free

Gotta put the work in cos Olympics is where we would be

Turned up with my baby, turned up with my boo

Turned up with my partner and we're about to come for you

18 million fans came to see us do our dance

Got a million and one haters but they all can kiss my ass."

The two have been each other’s biggest fans with Lyles turning out to events where the Jamaican is running to cheer her while Bromfield does the same.

The same is expected at the Paris Olympics where Lyles is the odd on favourite to claim gold in both 100m and 200m with Jamaican runners Kishane Thompson, Oblique Seville and Ackeem Blake set to give him a run for his money.

Bromfield, meanwhile, will be making her second stab at the Olympics, looking for a first individual medal after winning bronze in 4x400m relay with Team Jamaica at the Tokyo 2020 Games.

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