From Fresh Prince to King: Why Everybody Loves Will Smith
Will is a king for being an all-around lovable man. He is a legend and an icon. His smacking of Chris Rock is just the latest expression of his fatherly nature.
Will Smith is a legend, no doubt. He rose from being ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ to ‘King Richard’ which is a metaphorical analogy of his growth. Growing up in Hollywood and becoming a movie star, Will Smith remains an authentic man and a relatable human of all sorts.
Will Breaks the Net
Will Smith broke the internet a few days ago when he smacked Chris Rock across the face. Rock made a joke relating Will’s wife, Jada Pinkett to ‘G.I. Jane’, a movie starring a shaved head Demi Moore. Will did not take the joke lightly as his wife had lost hair due to a condition known as alopecia. He woke up from his seat at the Oscars 2022 Award Show and slapped Chris across his face. Many have come out to criticize him but he apologized to the academy and later to Chris and everyone involved. That’s the man, ‘the king’ that he has become.
Will’s Glowing Hollywood Career
Will Smith has had immeasurable success in the movie industry in Hollywood. Since his early days playing the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Will retained a meticulous work ethic and raised a beautiful star-studded family. The making of King Richard, the movie that finally earned him an Oscar, was just the epitome of how good he’s become at his craft. The movie also served as a metaphorical poetic expression as it is a movie about a father, Venus, and Vanessa Williams’ father, who furiously defends his family. Read our review of the King Richard movie below.
Will Smith: A Legend and Icon
Will is a king for being an all-around lovable man. He is a legend and an icon. His smacking of Chris Rock is just the latest expression of his fatherly nature. Mind you, we do not promote or encourage violence in any way and we acknowledge that Will was wrong to slap Chris. However, Will Smith is a man with a lot on his plate and he, as anyone would, felt that Rock had gone too far even as he was probably wrong in the way he showed his disdain.