Will Smith just can’t seem to catch a break. If he’s not dealing with the ongoing professional fallout of that infamous Oscars slap, he’s fielding questions about his bizarre relationship wife Jada Pinkett-Smith (at this point, if she came out and said they were never married in the first place, no one would be shocked).
This time around, the Academy and Grammy Award-winning star was caught up in the mix of accusations that he had gay sex with former ‘Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ co-star, Duane Martin years ago.
On Tuesday, Brother Bilal, who claimed to be a former friend and assistant to Smith, shocked the world after he shared during an interview with media personality Tasha K that he saw Smith and Martin engaged in anal sex.
“Will Smith will WISH this interview NEVER happened,” shared Tasha K.
“This is one of the closest people to Will aside from Jada to sit down and tell all about him. From meeting Jada, Tupac, Will’s sexuality and manhood size, he KNOWS and TELLS it ALL‼️@bopulent.”
During the interview, Bilal explained, “I opened the door to Duane’s dressing room and that’s when I see Duane having anal sex with Will.”
He also went on to compare Smith’s penis to the size of a pinky toe. A spokesperson for Smith denied the allegations through a statement to TMZ, “This story is completely fabricated and the claim is unequivocally false.”
The celebrity news platform also claimed a source close to the situation said Smith is considering taking legal action following Bilaal’s remarks.
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Five years after becoming a viral sensation, controversial rapper and influencer Lil Tay found herself back in the headlines in August, first when a heartfelt announcement of her untimely death at 14 was posted to her Instagram page, and then, the next day, when she resurfaced with a statement via her family to TMZ, claiming her account had been hacked and she was alive and well.
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