It seems like no one can ever leave Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith alone. When it isn't those pesky swinging rumors, it's divorce rumors.
Will has had it up to here with people speculating that his healthy marriage is on its last leg.
So he's slamming haters and speculators in a new rap. Take a look!
You may not be aware, but Will Smith appears to be some sort of social media savant. He's a natural.
This is, suffice it to say, unusual in his age demographic. Will is 49.
But as much of a delight as he is on Instagram, it's a new YouTube video that he shared this week that has our attention.
It has been 13 years since his last album, Lost and Found.
But now he's giving fans a preview of his new song, "To the Clique."
In the video, Will raps:
"20 years of swag y'all just witnessed, let me remind everybody who Will Smith is."
Sometimes, people need a reminder of who you are and why you are so famous.
Fans on Twitter were especially amused by one line in particular.
"Rappers make it rain; if I throw my money up, s–t, I'd probably kill a stripper."
What has people's attention isn't an apparent joke about killing a sex worker.
Rather, people love the reference to Will's hard-earned wealth.
But it is one line in particular that has the attention of those who have heard rumors about his marriage.
"20 years of swag y'all just witnessed, stop the divorce rumors and mind your damn business,"
You know what? That is a very, very fair line.
Will and Jada have been married since December 31, 1997.
People born on that day are almost old enough to drink (legally).
In regular marriage years, that is a very long time to be married. In Hollywood years, they may as well have been married for centuries.
20 years of swag is right. Dang.
It's been a little more than a year since the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air cast reunion.
But that series was very early in Will's career.
Since then, how many blockbusters has he had? How many other films — like the gripping biopic, Concussion — has he poured his considerable talents into for the right reasons?
He has a lot of reason to brag.
His marriage to the gorgeous and talented Jada Pinkett Smith is just one of those.
Their entire family is a national treasure.
There are a lot of bad parents in the world, and that includes celebrities.
But Will and Jada just seem to get things right. It's no wonder that their children are so amazing and creative and such beautiful souls.
Recently, Willow Smith admitted to her mother that she had struggled with self-harm in the past.
Jada responded with calm and compassion. She's a role model for other parents out there who might overreact in a way that discourages their children from coming to them with other problems.
The freedom that Will and Jada have given their childen to be themselves has halped them to be extraordinary human beings.
It's no wonder that Will name-drops his wonderful family in "To the Clique."
Welcome to the new, expanded version of Carpool Karaoke. This time, your regularly-scheduled host James Corden is nowhere to be seen, taking much more than a back seat to the singing. Instead, the stars he’s wrangled onto the show are in charge of the action, as shown in a new preview for the Apple Music series.
In the advance clip, Queen Latifah takes the wheel as Jada Pinkett Smith commandeers the passenger seat for an eventful cruise through the streets of Los Angeles, on a mission to promote their upcoming movie Girls Trip. We get a peek at their karaoke skills to Prince and Cyndi Lauper’s classic “Girls Just Want to Have Fun,” of course, as the two actresses are joined by their movie costars Tiffany Haddish and Regina Hall for some guerrilla marketing tactics. (Think: t-shirt cannons and personalized megaphone shout-outs as they roll down the street.)
“Brother in the white truck, make sure you go see Girls Trip. You’re lookin’ good!” they say at one point. “Take your baby mama, your other baby mama, your other other baby mama…”
The expanded Carpool Karaoke series comes to us thanks to the success of Late Late Show host Corden’s viral segments with guests like Harry Styles, Katy Perry, and Michelle Obama, which usually span about ten to fifteen minutes, while these episodes will run for thirty. Corden’s latest piece, with Ed Sheeran, has racked up more than 23 million YouTube views.
The episode with Queen Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith is scheduled to premiere August 8.
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