The rest of the rap covered everything from Will's more recent movies ("Suicide Squad", "Aladdin", "Hitch", among many others) as well as his blossoming social media presence. The show was widely regarded as catapulting Will Smith's acting career.
It isn't clear whether he's referring to Men in Black II or Men in Black 3, but honestly, he could be talking about both of them. In fact, the Men in black alum just finished the next installment of the Bad guys franchise. It's a baffling sequel after such a classic first movie. The Michael Bay-less sequel spent years and years in development with writers and directors coming and going.
"Started out a Prince, then became the Fresh Papi /'Cause Trey is the ace /Jaden's a force / Willow came and told y'all, 'Whip your hair back and forth, '" Smith continues.
This was easily one of the nicest autobiographies we've ever experienced, and a great introduction to throw in the face of anyone who dares to say they really don't know Will Smith. "Smith additionally added, ", 'trigger typically I've seen it, and I do know y'all not gonna adore it, however it's an costly film.
Smith sneaked in a promo for the movie with Fallon mentioning Smith as a "Good Man", to which the actor replied, "And Bad Boy for life".
The audience went wild when Will continued, "Then I was rappin' just to make bus fare/Then I moved in with my auntie and uncle in Bel-Air", a reference to the 51-year-old star's breakout role in "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" in 1990. I was, like, 'You had to take into consideration the time, had to take into consideration how the characters would have grown.' And the reason it took so long is because I didn't want to make it as a cash grab.