Will Smith Recalls Being Called N-Word By Cops While Growing Up

Will Smith Recalls Being Called N-Word By Cops While Growing Up

Will Smith Recalls Being Called N-Word By Cops While Growing Up!

Being Black In America is something you don’t understand unless you are black. But just think about this, if you woke up everyday and every time you walked out your front door you prayed that you would be able to get back home safely without being harassed, called the N-word, discriminated against, assumed you were going to steel something, made fun of, told your not smart, all because of the color of your skin.

That is just a tip of the iceberg because if you ask any black person in America, every single one can tell you a time when then were called the N-word by a non-black American. Its time the N-word be removed from every non-black person in America. Think of it as editing yourself and making the world a better place. Just start there, then stop treating black people like they’re less than you. We all bleed the same, we all have the same organs because we are all human. No matter what you complexion is we are all beautiful – remember that because even Will Smith can recall being call the N-Word by cops when he was growing up. Read on to get all the details from Will Smith being called the N-Word…

CelebNMusic247.com reports Will Smith speaks on being racially abused and being called the N-Word by cops in Philly more than 10 occasions.

Will Smith you have no idea what its like growing up in an occupied territory. He explains how rage comes from oppression and you have to control your rage to get a clear picture.

He recalls:

I grew up in Philadelphia. I grew up under Mayor [Frank] Rizzo. He went from the chief of police to becoming the mayor, and he had an iron hand. I got stopped frequently. So I understand what it’s like to be in those circumstances with the police. I’ve been called n***** by the cops in Philly on more than 10 occasions.

Will goes on to say that one thing he’s been working on is not being consumed with the rage you have for the situation, and that peaceful protests are efficient in getting your point across.

The “Gemini Man” star explains:

Peaceful protests put a mirror to the demonic imagery of your oppressor. And the more still you are in your peaceful protest, the more clear the mirror is for your oppressor — for the world to see and for them to see themselves.

During his interview with Angela Rye, the 51-year-old actor, who pointed out that he has two black sons, spoke on the tragic death of George Floyd.

Will Smith explains:

So it was painful to watch but I was I was deeply encouraged by the innate connectivity of the protesters globally and we’ve never been there before…We are in a circumstance that we’ve never been in before. The entire globe has stood up and said to the African American people. ‘We see you and we hear you. How can we help?’ We’ve never been there before.

Most recent, Will was dragged into a bunch of FAKE NEWS:

He was dragged into an alleged love triangle by singer August Alsina who claims, Will Smith gave him the go-ahead to have an affair with his wife Jada Pinkett Smith.

Will had this to say about the alleged love triangle:

Don’t succumb to lovelessness no matter how much evil you face, because [then] you poison yourself and you poison your own community.

We find it strange since Jada says she keeps it spicy in the bedroom with Will.

He adds:

I am pledging my unending devotion to the evolution of my community and the evolution of my country, and ultimately the world, towards the greatest harmony that we’ll be able to create. I am happy to be alive during this time, and to serve.

When it comes to VOTING this year Will Smith made it a point to say:

Do not elect people who do not have God and Love in their hearts. Just to clarify, I’m not talking about Church or Religion!


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