Will Smith is not ruling out operating for political workplace “in some unspecified time in the future.”
The actor — finest identified for his roles on “French Prince of Bel-Air” and “Men In Black” — mentioned in a brand new interview that he isn’t against coming into the world of public workplace.
“I believe for now I’ll let that workplace get cleaned up just a little bit after which I’ll think about that in some unspecified time in the future down the road,” Smith, 52, mentioned on the “Pod Save America Podcast.”
The actor continued that he plans to “definitely do my half, whether or not it stays inventive or, or, in some unspecified time in the future ventures into the political enviornment.”
Smith additionally mentioned his experiences with racism and shared that he has been referred to as the N-word “repair or six instances.”
“Happily for my psyche, I’ve by no means been referred to as N-word by a sensible individual. So I grew up with the impression that racists and racism are silly and they’re straightforward to get round, I simply needed to be smarter,” he shared.
He mentioned that when he began in Hollywood, he started to note “a distinction between ignorance and evil.”
“Ignorance is extra prevalent than blatant evil, so I’ve at all times been inspired that the method of training and understanding may alleviate among the extra harmful and troublesome facets of racism which have sadly been embedded within the very fibers of our nation,” he mentioned.
Smith is presently selling his new Netflix sequence, “Amend: The Struggle For America.”