Will Smith recently joined a video created by a 10-year-old TikTok star who plays guitar. H added an acoustic version of his hit song from the late '90s, Just The Two Of Us. He posted the video to his Instagram where he was seen rapping over Ellen Alaverdyan's guitar cover of the song by Grover Washington Jr. and Bill Withers that Smith had originally sampled.
He commended the young girl's performance in his caption and invited some of his musical friends to keep up the trend by tagging them in his post. Smith requested that they add their touch to the video. Will Smith's hit song Just the Two of Us was the fourth single released from his debut album, Big Willie Style, in 1997. The track achieved a peak position of No. 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1998.
In the comments section of Smith's Instagram post featuring the 10-year-old TikTok star Ellen Alaverdyan, fans asked if he had seen Chris Rock's recent comedy special, which included references to their feud and Smith's latest film. According to Decider, when performing at the Hippodrome Theatre in Baltimore, Rock made a scathing remark about hating Smith's new slave picture, telling the audience, "The other day, I saw Emancipation just so I could watch him getting whipped."
The 58-year-old also reportedly compared Smith's portrayal of Muhammad Ali in the 2001 film Ali to his own role in 1991's New Jack City as the homeless heroin addict Pookie. In the show, Rock also referred to Smith as "Will Knight," a reference to Suge Knight, the infamous founder of Death Row Records.
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