Will Smith is still wearing a pair of shorter-than-short shorts while going bare-chested on Instagram, despite claiming to be in his “worst shape” ever.
If this is someone’s “worst shape,” then the rest of us are in jeopardy. Will Smith mocked his body in a new Instagram snap, flaunting his dad bod in just a hoodie and a pair of tiny shorts. Even if he doesn’t have a six-pack, the guy looks amazing! Take a look at the picture of him below.
Will, 52, captioned the May 2 post, “I’m gonna be real wit yall — I’m in the worst shape of my life.”
Despite Being In Worst Shape He Still Wears Tiniest Pair of Shorts
Despite his convictions, he continues to wear the tiniest pair of shorts. That would definitely bring all Daisy Dukes fans to shame. Soffes are still a thing, right? Will had to have taken a pair of soffes from Willow’s wardrobe. Will’s popular friends and Instagram fans adored the photo and his candid caption.
Questlove proclaimed, “This is the most amazing post in the history of social media.” Ava DuVernay added the shrug emoji to her statement, “I see no ‘worst’ here.” D-Nice was right when he wrote, “Living your best life.”. Jeff made the amusing remark that he and Will are now “twins.” Others simply used laughing emojis in their comments.
The Bad Boys For Life actor has now joined the ranks of male celebrities over 45 who have fully embraced going shirtless. Take, for example, Pierce Brosnan. Even though the former James Bond is no longer in action hero shape at the age of 67, that doesn’t stop him from going to the beach in board shorts — and why should it? Will has little to be concerned about, and it’s clear that his friends and fans agree.
Will Smith Also Quits Filming Emancipation In Georgia
The notorious Republican-backed legislation shortens advance voting lines. It allows an ID for absentee ballots, and prohibits volunteers from providing food or water to voters who have been waiting for hours.
According to Deadline, Hollywood star Will Smith and director Antoine Fuqua are changing the location of their film Emancipation, which revolves around the story of a man fleeing slavery.
“At this point in history, the Nation is coming to grips with its history and is attempting to erase vestiges of systemic bias to achieve real social justice,” they said in a statement to the outlet. We cannot endorse a government that enacts regressive voting laws that limit voter access in good conscience.”
“The new Georgia voting laws are reminiscent of voting restrictions enacted at the end of Reconstruction to prohibit many Americans from exercising their right to vote. Unfortunately, we are forced to relocate our film production work from Georgia to another state,” the statement continued. We don’t have an exact release date of the film as the filming is delayed. The Covid-19 pandemic has also made things worse, but we are sure that it would be great to watch. In Louisiana, emancipation is likely to begin firing.