The Bad Boys weren’t as brave as they seemed: Will Smith says he was rush to check out of hotel after encounter with ghost…

The Bad Boys weren't as brave as they seemed: Will Smith says he was rush to check out of hotel after encounter with ghost...

 

Will Smith revealed a ‘scary’ reason for an early checkout from a London hotel during an appearance on the “Tonight Show”. Will Smith left audiences captivated with a spine-chilling tale that prompted an unexpected departure from a renowned London hotel.

During the game of “True Confessions” with co-star Martin Lawrence and host Jimmy Fallon, Smith recounted the eerie encounter that led to what he described as an “emergency checkout.”

The Bad Boys weren't as brave as they seemed: Will Smith says he was rush to check out of hotel after encounter with ghost...
Smith’s revelation unfolded against the backdrop of The Lanesborough, a prestigious five-star hotel nestled near London’s Hyde Park, frequented by luminaries such as Cher, Mariah Carey, Sylvester Stallone, and former President George H.W. Bush.

“We didn’t hear it talk, so we assumed it was British, but it was scary enough for us to check out of the hotel,” Smith recounted, his words tinged with a lingering sense of unease.

As the conversation delved deeper into the supernatural, Fallon posed the inevitable question: “Do you believe in ghosts?”

“I believe there are things that you don’t understand, Jimmy,” Smith replied cryptically, leaving an air of mystery hanging over the conversation.

The Bad Boys weren't as brave as they seemed: Will Smith says he was rush to check out of hotel after encounter with ghost...
In cinematic news, “Bad Boys: Ride or Die” made a formidable debut, raking in a staggering $21.6 million on its opening day, according to Variety.

As the fourth installment in the beloved “Bad Boys” franchise, the film is poised to dominate the global box office, with projections nearing $75 million over the weekend.