Hollywood star Will Smith recently posted a shirtless photo of himself on his social media account, claiming it is “the worst form of my life.” According to E! News, the 52-year-old actor took on an incredibly muscular form to play the title character in the 2001 biopic Ali. He shared a photo via Instagram on Sunday, wearing a hoodie and cropped shorts but no shirt.
He seemed to be enjoying a conversation with someone not in the photo, and the actor was gesturing with his right hand. Will frankly captioned the post, “I’m going to be real to all of you, I’m in the worst shape of my life.”
Her post led to a litany of supportive responses, including one from her former The prince of Bel-Air co-star Nia Long, who wrote: “You still have it, baby !!!”
Questlove commented: “This is the most amazing post in the history of social media.” Meanwhile, Jenni “JWoww” Farley wrote: “Even [crying while laughing and praise hands] live your best life. “
Plus, director Ava DuVernay said, “I don’t see a ‘worse’ here.” And Steve Aoki wrote: “Hahahhahahaha this face fits the legend so well.”
As an A-List action star, Will is clearly used to having a very high-level physique. During an interview about his 2016 film Suicide Squad, he said his training routine was so intense that he tore a muscle in his leg during the early stages of shooting.
Will shared, “I knew from the start that this was going to be a great movie for me.” He said it was really scary to suffer the injury, but explained that it wasn’t enough to stop him from continuing to work on his physique.
According to E! News, the Aladdin star added at the time: “When you’re 47, no more injuries are minor injuries. I stepped back to throw a punch, and my calf jumped. Everybody’s got it. heard. The doctor told me I was going to be down for six weeks, but I couldn’t afford it. “