Published: Mon, January 13, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Will Smith raps about history of his life

Will Smith raps about history of his life

Many fans were disappointed with the "Men in Black" sequels and it sounds like Will Smith was too.

"You needed to consider the time, needed to consider how the characters would have grown". "You know, I wasn't happy with the Men in Black sequel". "And the explanation it took so lengthy is as a result of I didn't wish to make it simply as a money seize., 'Hey, everyone loves sequels, let's simply do a sequel'".

The 51-year-old actor and 45-year-old comedian exchanged bars about Will's life, chronicling everything from his early days as an unknown Philly MC to being cast on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air in 1990 to his incredible rise as one of the most respected names in Hollywood.

In honor of his television brother Alfonso Ribeiro, Will and Jimmy then showed their dance moves by breaking out "The Carlton".

It isn't clear whether he's referring to Men in Black II or Men in Black 3, but honestly, he could be talking about both of them.

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

But it wasn't only Will's filmography that mattered to this story of his life, because Will Smith is also a world-famous personality outside of work.

Smith remembers that Dylan appeared behind the scenes during one of his shows around 1974 and - bursting into his best impression of the musician - recalled, "He said", Hey, are there poets here? You know, 'cause sometimes I've seen it, and I know y'all not gonna love it, but it's an expensive movie.

Smith sneaked in a promo for the movie with Fallon mentioning Smith as a "Good Man", to which the actor replied, "And Bad Boy for life". In fact, the Men In Black alum just got finished the next installment of the Bad Boys franchise.

Smith's much-awaited sequel of the Bad Boys series, "Bad Boys for Life", is set to be launched in USA theatres on January 17.

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