Most Internet users, however, are not impressed by the supposed bombshell revelation as one comments, ‘This was an attempt to expose a ghost writer when we don’t give af at all.’
AceShowbiz –Will Smith is loved for his skills, personality as well as online inspirational and entertaining post. However, it is now reported that the “Men in Black” actor is getting outside help for his Instagram contents and jokes.
Comedian/actor Langston Kerman claimed in a Twitter post that Will made some other comedian sign NDas “to help [him] write silly dad jokes for instagram.” The “Insecure” actor went on to write, “and now this n***a is out here talking about throwing up from p***y poisoning. Rich people are wild.”
Most Internet users, however, were not impressed by the supposed bombshell revelation. “Neither have to do with the other. This was an attempt to expose a ghost writer when we don’t give af at all,” one person weighed in on it. Another confused user added, “What does writing jokes and sex sickness have to do with each other?”
Some others trolled Langston. “That may be and expensive cup up tea……Enjoy the attention Langston SMH,” one commented. Accusing him of clout chasing, someone else penned, “So what? Just like your favorite musicians get people to write lyrics for them. Same difference. Stop clout chasing sir.”
Langston’s claims arrived as Will made headlines after shared TMI on his sex life in his newly-released self-titled autobiography. In “Will”, the “Aladdin” star revealed that he once developed a psychosomatic reaction from having too much sex after having his first heartbreak.
“Up until this point in my life, I had only had sex with one woman other than [my ex]. But over the next few months, I went full ghetto hyena. I desperately needed relief but as there is no pill for heartbreak, I resorted to the homeopathic remedies of shopping and rampant sexual intercourse.” he wrote. “I had sex with so many women, and it was so constitutionally disagreeable to the core of my being, that I developed a psychosomatic reaction to having an orgasm. It would literally make me gag and sometimes even vomit.”
Upon reading the actor’s confession, some of his fans took to Twitter to express that they were tired with the TMI. “Will Smith gotta stop with these interviews man…,” one person wrote, falsely thinking that the revelation was from an interview. Another user added, “Dang it’s getting outta hand here,” while someone else tweeted, “Fr like I didn’t need to read that.”
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