- Will Smith recently shared posts on social media showing that he had added a bit of weight
- This inspired men, including international celebs, to reveal they had given up on fitness while showing their rotund stomachs
- The men, including him, will be taking a 12-week fitness journey dubbed #bigwilliechallenge
Movie star Will Smith has inspired men to show their lockdown bodies as many blame the COVID-19 stay at home guidelines for adding a bit of weight.
After the actor shared pictures of him displaying his potbelly, saying it's the body that carried him through the pandemic, fellow men followed suit in sharing their stories.
Smith shared a series of photos on his Instagram of other celebs, including actor Marlon Wayans, who disclosed they had added a bit of weight.
Some even mimicked his hilarious pose and Smith laughed at the imitations and made a pact that after 12 weeks things will be different.
The men were part of the #bigwilliechallenge as many came out to show the actor that he was not alone.
Briefly News previously reported that the United States government has introduced free beer and doughnuts in a bid to encourage its citizens to take COVID-19 vaccines for protection against the deadly coronavirus.
The announcement was made by News Jersey governor Phil Murphy on Twitter on Wednesday, May 5.
"Our “Shot and a Beer” programme continues to expand! Any New Jerseyan age 21+ who gets their first vaccine dose in the month of May can receive a free beer from a participating brewery – until May 31," Murphy said.
Over 13 beer companies are participating in the programme that aims to increase the number of vaccinations in the powerful country. According to the New York Times, the US had confirmed over 32.6 million cases of Covid-19 as of Wednesday, May 5.
Out of the total infections, over 579,000 had died from the disease while the number of recoveries was not recorded.
The US President Joe Biden had earlier said among strategies he would use to suppress the ravaging pandemic would be to ensure at least 100 million vaccinations were conducted within the first 100 days in office.
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