Will Smith returns to social media with a video of himself and his son Trey Smith, 29, confronting a spider after teasing his comeback to social media.

The father-and-son team in the video observed that a giant tarantula was only a few feet away from them in the late-night hours of August 20. Will says, “What the hell,” as the video is being recorded.  “That is a big ass spider.”

Trey or someone else in the video adds, “That’s a tarantula,” to the conversation. Will then chuckles and demonstrates his feet before remarking that he is standing up on a chair to avoid being on the ground.

“Posting this from a Holiday Inn.” Was the video’s caption.

 

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Savvy Amusing, a comedian, commented on the post while Jamie Foxx used three laughing/crying emojis:  “Yaw safely got that out good thing you seen it bro you would of been Peter Parker in the a.m.”

Will appeared to be testing the social media waters just the day before by releasing a video of a young gorilla prodding a giant adult gorilla. In the video, the young gorilla approaches the adult gorilla with trepidation and pokes its back before scurrying away.

The adult gorilla chases after the baby gorilla in rage when he repeats the behavior.  “Me trying to get back on social media.” Was the caption of the amusing video. Will’s supporters immediately posted their support in the post’s comments section begging Will Smith returns to social media

After slapping Chris Rock at the 2022 Oscars for making a joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, Will Smith first took a break from social media back in March. Will was expelled from the Academy and prohibited from attending its events for the following ten years as a result.

In addition, he apologized publicly online, calling his behavior at the Oscars “unacceptable and unforgivable,” before going four months without posting anything on social media. But now Will Smith returns to social media with pride and ready to get back on track.

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