Will Smith shows his bare bottom on Instagram for THIS reason

Updated: 08 November, 2019 09:42 IST | IANS | Los Angeles

Will Smith documented his trip to the doctors on social media. The star didn't mind flashing his bottom in his piece to camera.

Will Smith
Will Smith

Actor Will Smith took to social media to raise awareness about bowel cancer. While doing so, he ended up showing his bare bottom on Instagram. The 51-year-old Hollywood star documented his trip to the doctors on social media. In the video posted online, he filmed his own colonoscopy appointment to try and encourage fans to get their own health checks, reports mirror.co.uk. The star didn't mind flashing his bottom in his piece to camera. The actor, known for his sense of humour, tried to make light of the appointment.

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A post shared by Will Smith (@willsmith) onNov 6, 2019 at 11:15am PST

He said: "These are my little no-slip socks, that's my gown, it opens in the back. My a** is gonna be out so they can get to it easy."

Smith joked about people saying you needed to show your bottom to get 50 million followers. He waved his black boxers while he sat in the hospital bed. He wrote: "They said you can't get to 50 million followers on IG without showing your butt. So here I am, getti'' a colonoscopy for the clout... link in bio for the vid."

He received heaps of praise from his fans for sharing the video online.

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First Published: 08 November, 2019 09:21 IST

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