Will Smith raps about his life

Will Smith raps about his life

It's been 25 years since the first Bad Boys film and 17 years since Bad Boys II.

"What we tried to do, that was really critical and important to me, is not try to just do the old movies again", Smith said. However, one of the biggest mistakes of his time in Hollywood (apart from continuing to make Matrix) could well be the aftermath of his hit movie Men in black.

He started off with, "Then I was rappin' just to make bus fare/Then I moved in with my auntie and uncle in Bel-Air". "You know, 'cos sometimes I've seen it and I know y'all not gonna love it, but it's an expensive movie".

"You know, I had fumbled a couple of my last sequels", Smith admitted.

It's safe to assume he's talking about the disastrous, cringe-inducing bad Men in Black II, not the low-key charmer Men in Black III. But, according to Entertainment Weekly, he was most likely referring to Men In Black III.

"Started out a Prince, then became the Fresh Papi /'Cause Trey is the ace /Jaden's a force / Willow came and told y'all, 'Whip your hair back and forth, '" Smith continues.

He explained: "I'm gonna keep it real, sometimes I say y'all gonna love it and y'all not gonna love it". This time, he says he's telling the truth.

"Dangerous Boys For Life", the third film within the collection, starring Smith and Martin Lawrence, is ready to launch in theatres subsequent week. "Like Sixteen Candles, when you like the boy but you don't want the boy to know you like them".

From Fresh Prince Of Bel Air to Men in Black, Will Smith and Jimmy put on a noteworthy performance. "I had a nice little run".

Will Smith has had an excellent career thus far, but it hasn't been without several big mistakes. He revealed that Val Kilmer was going to be Morpheus, but when he turned down Neo they ended up casting Laurence Fishburne as Morpheus to star alongside Keanu Reeves.

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