Jaden Smith worries about the health of his father Will Smith

11.19.2019     /     News author: Oksana

Jaden Smith worries about the health of his father Will Smith
© Instagram / Jaden Smith
Will Smith is one of the most beloved actors in the world, not only because of his on-screen performances but also because of his attitude behind them. The one in Philadelphia is one of the most active celebrities on social networks and has accounts with millions of followers on Twitter, Instagram or YouTube.

The 51-year-old actor often uses his social media profiles to participate in the various challenges that arise on these platforms, advertise his films or to show his fans a more personal and close side, sharing family moments with his wife Jada Pinkett Smith, and with his children Jaden Smith and Willow Smith. On this occasion the ‘Principe de Bel Air’ has published a video from the hospital, where he has undergone a colonoscopy. The protagonist of 'Men in Black', 'Two rebel cops' or 'I am a legend' has thus wanted to raise awareness of its more than 40 million followers on Instagram and the 7 million with which it has on YouTube the importance of having this test .

“They say you can't reach 50 million followers in IG without showing your ass. So here I am, receiving a colonoscopy for fame, ”the actor wrote.


The results of this test have revealed that Will Smith has a precancerous polyp in the large intestine, but he wanted to clarify that this will not prevent him from continuing with his normal life, and that he will simply have to change his eating habits and adapt this new routine to Your busy lifestyle. With the humor that characterizes him, he shared another video, in which he can be seen recovering from the effects of anesthesia after the test, and he titled it “It took me 3 hours to put on my underwear after the intervention, which I got before the colonoscopy was… strong. ”


Will Smith shared the full video on his YouTube channel, and it accumulates more than 2 million views and 58 thousand likes.

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