Will Smith’s Hilarious Social Media Prank on Day of Jada Pinkett Smith’s Memoir Release

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Will Smith has a knack for keeping us all on our toes, and he didn’t miss a beat on the day his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, unveiled her highly anticipated memoir, “Worthy.”

Within the pages of this revealing memoir, Jada bares her soul, sharing intimate details about her life, her marriage to the iconic Will Smith, her profound connection with Tupac Shakur, and various other aspects of her extraordinary journey.

One revelation that sent shockwaves through the media and online platforms was Jada’s disclosure of the couple’s separation, dating back to 2016. Despite the separation, they continued to portray the image of a happily married couple to the world.

While Jada’s revelation generated immense attention, Will remained relatively tight-lipped on social media.

However, he decided to play a little prank on his followers by uploading an Instagram video on October 17th, teasing it as an “OFFICIAL STATEMENT.” This sly move had everyone thinking that he was finally going to address the separation news through social media.

Yet, the video was a clever ruse. Will began by saying, “Here’s the thing, my opinion is… ” before dramatically pausing with a sneeze. The video then smoothly transitioned into an AI-generated sequence, leaving everyone in stitches.

Before this playful post, Will had shared another video, where he was out on a boat, purposefully ignoring his phone’s incessant notifications. This came shortly after the news of the separation broke.

It’s not the first time Will has treated his social media followers to a good laugh. He frequently shares humorous content, often playfully poking fun at various online trends.

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So, while Will Smith might be a Hollywood superstar, he remains the king of keeping us entertained both on and off the big screen. We can’t wait to see what he’ll surprise us with next!

Mandla Ndlovu

Meet Mandla Ndlovu, our Editor-in-Chief at ZimScribes Online Magazine. With a passion for storytelling and a keen eye for diverse narratives, Mandla curates and leads our team in delivering captivating and thought-provoking content that celebrates the rich tapestry of Zimbabwe's culture, people, and experiences

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