Will Smith admits he is “within the worst form of my life” through Instagram Put up

Roommates, if any, can bet on Will Smith to tell a little joke! This time, Will made the topic. On Sunday, the all-rounder made an open and insightful Instagram post about his appearance.

The post consists of a single photo with Will in the middle frame. There is no true indicator of its location. However, the background pictured is green with a huge tree, light grass, and fallen leaves surrounding Will. Also shown is a kind of dock on the far right in the upper corner.

Will seems to be in the middle of a sentence when his right arm is waved up like a gesture. His face has a humorous expression with a captured half-open mouth. Will wears black shorts and black closed-toe shoes. He can also be seen without a shirt under an unzipped blue, white and black hoodie.

“I’m going to be really funny – I’m in the worst shape of my life,” Will wrote as the caption.

He seemed to be making fun of his torso, which appears to be less muscular than fans would be used to seeing him. While the change isn’t huge, it is obvious enough for Will to make this spontaneous comment.

By late Monday night, the picture had made its social media rounds and garnered a fair share of media headlines. The original post had over 55,000 comments and over four million likes.

Check out Will’s new look below:

It’s not uncommon for Will to get high engagements for his social media posts. The megastar has an Instagram following of more than 52 million while following only 191 people himself. Just last week he published a side-by-side photo comparing a press photo of himself and a poorly drawn version of the same photo. In the caption, people were jokingly asked to send a message to create professional portraits. Will wrote in his repost: “Serious inquiries only.” This post received over a million likes and nearly 23,000 comments.

Roommate, what do you think of Will Smith’s quarantined body?

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