Will Smith came out in underpants and slippers to the garden of his house. He opened his jacket from the tracksuit and wore a brewed belly lady. She posed like a diva with lorzas and then climbed the photo to Instagram Instagram Account on May 3. "I'll be honest with you, I'm in the worst way of my life." Will Smith has four Grammys, two nominations to the Oscar, a good part of the most talquillary films of the history of cinema and almost 57 million followers in the social network. The tummy of him generated hundreds of thousands of comments, almost seven million Likes and a wave of similar posy around the world. After all, in full pandemic, almost all were in the worst form of our lives.
The actor had gained weight to roll a film in which he plays the Father of the Sisters Williams -Yes, the tennis players - and he joined the end of the production with a confinement in which chocolate muffins was blinded. That Will Posé above 100 kilos, of course, was not casual. Only a few hours later, he announced a DocuSerie on Youtube of six chapters in which he challenged himself to lose weight nine kilos in 20 weeks and finish, meanwhile, the memoirs of him.
Just celebrated the 53 years, Will Smith has recovered Superhero's abdominals and has just published a written autobiography with the help of Mark Manson -Autor of the subtle art that (almost everything) cares a shit - that has scandalized a lot More than his belly. The true excuse to undress live. Rarely a world megaestrel speaks so clearly about the fears of him and the weaknesses of him after the curtain. Will, that this is the name of the book - in a game of words with his name and the word will in English - is his particular diet of ego, a story loaded with children's traumas, domestic violence, bullying, excesses, toxic relations, Fucking sex and Ayahuasca travel.
"I created the narrative of Will Smith and then the film companies sold it. A large part was true, but there are certain aspects of all that were avoided. At this point of my life the authenticity is much more powerful than the mystery", Actor supports the DocuSerie The Best Shape of My Life (the best way of my life).
The story starts, of course, west in Philadelphia.
I thought about taking pills and I had seen people cut off the veins on television
To Willard Carroll Smith Jr. called him "Trophy head" on school because he had his ears like the European Cup. In the first day of him in the Institute, a kid hit him in his face with a padlock and he fell as a mouth against the stairs. When he was 13 years old, his father passed his mother for the last time and the little Will imagined how to commit suicide. "I thought about taking pills, I also knew a place in the train tracks where a child had lost his legs and had seen people cut off the veins of the dolls in a tub on television," he says in the book. He did not kill himself because his grandmother Gigi had told him that taking his life was sin, so he decided to take refuge on TV to dream of being someday as JR in Dallas. "In real life, I buried my defects with layers and layers of interpretation, I adopted a personality that was tirelessly cheerful, optimistic and positive". The more hosts he was wearing, the more parides he did it.
One day Will entered class late and his teacher told him: "His Highness The Prince arrives two minutes late". Will corrected her: "No, Miss Brown, we both know that I barely arrived thirty seconds late. And, if you do not care, from now on I demand that I refer to my person like Fresh Prince." The whole class broke to laugh.
The joke works better in original version because here at Fresh Prince was always called Bel-Air Prince. But the fact is that the legend of Will Smith was born that day. In the mid-80s, he discovered the music and a DJ called Jazzy Jeff and together revolutionized the hip hop industry. In 1989 he won the first grammy of the story dedicated to rap. "At age twenty, he was a world-famous rapper, winner of a Grammy Award and a rookie millionaire," he says.
The next chapter in your book, however, is called pain. Thus, in capital letters. His girlfriend then put the horns and Will Smith entered a shopping vortez and rampant sex. "I had sex with so many women, and it was so sovereignly unpleasant, that I developed a psychosomatic reaction by having an orgasm, literally, and sometimes even vomited". Ten pages later: "Once you are rich, famous and you are successful, and even so you feel insecure and unhappy, you start to stalk a frightening thought: maybe the problem is me."
I developed a psychosomatic reaction by having an orgasm. I caused arcades and sometimes even vomited
At this point of Will Smith's life we all knew who Will Smith was. A handsome guy with blowing ears, extraordinarily sympathetic, always smiling. Behind the cameras followed the torment. He came to spend up to $ 10,000 per day between parties, Ron Ponches and Chicken Fingers. A debt with Hacienda took him to ruin. "I was rich and famous, but without the part of being rich, and without the part of being famous." Traveling to Bel-Air saved life, in fiction and real life. The pampered child of Quincy Jones accumulated ten million spectators a week only in the United States. The new Eddie Murphy. Will Smith wanted to be Hollywood's biggest star and got it. In the nineties, he started chaining tapas. Two rebel police, independence day, men in black ... more than 7 trillion euros of ticket office all over the world. Two nominations to the Oscar. More than 30 million discovers sold. Before fulfilling the 40 he had already become the most profitable actor in the history of cinema ... before meeting the 30 he already had a son and a divorce.
The crisis with his second wife, Jada Pinett, mother of his two other children, returned to take the actor on the edge of the abyss. "He had achieved everything with what he had always dreamed: race, family, business, health, superstrellate and a named house, in fact, it was even more and better than he had ever dreamed," says Smith. "How was it possible that my life was disintegrating ... again?"
The final part of Will leads to our protagonist to a spiritual retreat, away from noise and the spotlights. "I am an addict? I do not take drugs, I almost do not drink and I'm not engaged in sex as a hyena, however, I did not know how to stop, how to be still or how to be silent or alone. He was addicted to the approval of others And, to assure me, I had hooked me to win. "
He was addicted to the approval of others and, to assure me, I had hooked me to win
Fourteen Ayahuasca ceremonies helped him come out of the hole and turned Will Smith into a cup of Mr. Wonderful. "I visible for the first time the secret of 'the smile'. He had misunderstood the physics of definitive happiness. He thought he could reach love and happiness based on winning, overcoming, achieving, conquering and acquiring," the actor confesses. "Being brave means learning to move forward despite terror."
Mark Manson, co-author of Will Smith's memoirs, asked him once the actor had been the secret of his success. "The trick is to bite more than you can chew and still chew everything," Will told him. "Your mind always believes that you can do less than you really can."
Today we know that there was much more behind that success, even more than what Will Smith fans would want to know. After the publication of him, the followers of him have begun to pick up signatures so that Will and his wife stop aerating their intimate life in the press. More than 22,000 people have already signed for the prince to close my mouth at once.Date Of Update: 11 December 2021, 20:52