Hip-hop and Hollywood icon Will Smith is on a fitness journey to get back in shape at 52 years old. Making that journey public means sharing progress pics, which means giving the Internet opportunities to clown.
Will Smith Turns Himself Into A Meme With New Gym Pic
The Fresh Prince had to know what he was doing. Big Willie posted a pic from the gym and asked fans not to make fun of him … so of course that’s exactly what they did.
“Please don’t use this pic to photoshop me into precarious situations”
Within minutes, the Photoshop comedians were all over it.
Will Smith Reveals How He’s Getting Back In Shape
Will has a plan to get his six-pack back. After opening up on social media about being in the worst shape of his life, the Grammy winner and Oscar nominee is committed to change.
“This is the body that carried me through an entire pandemic and countless days grazing thru the pantry. I love this body, but I wanna FEEL better. No more midnight muffins…this is it! Imma get in the BEST SHAPE OF MY LIFE!!!!! Teaming up with @YouTube to get my health & wellness back on track. Hope it works! 😬”
Will Smith Admits He’s Never Been In Worse Shape
The “Wild Wild West” hitmaker lives his life as an open book on social media. Will had no shame in sharing a pic of himself showing off a body that isn’t exactly beach-ready as the summer season approached.
“I’m gonna be real wit yall – I’m in the worst shape of my life.”
New Film Opposes GA Voting Laws
The versatile performer is taking a stand. The shooting of Will Smith’s new slavery-era movie Emancipation has been moved to a different location in response to Georgia’s controversial new voting laws.
“At this moment in time, the Nation is coming to terms with its history and is attempting to eliminate vestiges of institutional racism to achieve true racial justice. We cannot in good conscience provide economic support to a government that enacts regressive voting laws that are designed to restrict voter access. The new Georgia voting laws are reminiscent of voting impediments that were passed at the end of Reconstruction to prevent many Americans from voting. Regrettably, we feel compelled to move our film production work from Georgia to another state.” (Deadline)