By Morning Picker
Will Smith plunked down for a conversation with political pundit Angela Rye to talk about race, police brutality and fights in the wake of George Floyd’s demise. During the almost 30-minute discussion on the “On 1 with Angela Rye” digital broadcast, Smith opened up about his youth in Philadelphia and being known as a racial slur by cops. He went from the
head of police to turning into the city hall leader and he had an iron hand. “I was profoundly supported by the intrinsic network of the dissidents comprehensively.”Later in the discussion, Smith offered some counsel to the more youthful age. Simply make it with a white young lady or a Latin young lady.”Smith said he told the individual they weren’t right.