"Let's Beat It Up": Disgraced Sky Sports host Richard Keys capitalizes on the sexist remark that cost him his job in 2011 by using it as a catchphrase for selling personalized cameo online videos
- Richard Keys is now selling personalized videos online through the Cameo platform
- In his biography he writes "Let's beat it up" … and joke a little "
- 63-year-old Keys was taken from the air and asked Jamie Redknapp & # 39; did you smash it & # 39; because of a former girlfriend of the ex-Liverpool and Tottenham star who was on the set in 2011
The disgraced Richard Keys capitalizes on the sexist remark that cost him his Sky Sports career of slapping personalized videos on Cameo.
The 63-year-old presented Premier League coverage for the station for two decades before falling out of favor nine years ago.
He was taken from the air and asked expert Jamie Redknapp, "Did you smash it?" about a former friend of the ex-Liverpool and Tottenham stars.
It's a crude slang word for sex. He's now whipping out selfie clips on the successful video sharing website.
Taking advantage of the sexist remark that cost him his career beating personalized videos on cameo, Richard Keys uses the infamous "Smash It" line to encourage people to buy
But he's shedding light on the infamous "Smash it" line to attract people to buy it
In his cameo biog it says: “Richard Keys, sports presenter.
"Let's smash it together … and joke a little."
It contains two emojis that laugh out loud.
In a video ad on Cameo, Keys – who now runs Qatar-based BeIN Sports Footy coverage – said, “Hello, this is Richard Keys.
“I have absolutely no idea why you would do this, but if you wanted a call from me for family, friends, co-workers, whoever, please let me know.
“And I'd be happy to be here on Cameo.
& # 39; The best way to get in touch, the only way to get in touch is on Cameo.com
Keys and former Sky Sports co-host Andy Gray, who also sells videos on Cameo (right), were also caught making sexist remarks about assistant referee Sian Massey.
"I look forward to speaking to you soon."
A Footy fan named Jeff checked Keys and gave him five stars out of five and said, "Great."
Keys and former Sky Sports co-host Andy Gray, who had also resigned, were also caught making sexist remarks about assistant referee Sian Massey.
Keys apologized for the "prehistoric joke" and said, "Such comments were sent to work colleagues and of course were never intended to be broadcast."
He added, “If off-air conversations from TV and radio presenters were recorded, nobody would be working. This is not meant to defend what happened. & # 39;
Gray, 64, also sells videos on cameo for £ 58.10 each.
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