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Will Smith has a certain star aspect about him, but his charisma doesn't seem to work on everyone. The Fresh Prince can be seen crashing and burning on a date in the Cayman Islands with none other than Sophia the Robot in a video he uploaded on YouTube on Thursday.
Smith prepared to lean in for a kiss after attempting to flirt with Hanson Robotics' state-of-the-art artificial intelligence creation by cracking a joke about the type of music robots like and not-so-subtly bringing up his '80s hip-hop career.
“Sophia, can I be honest with you?” he asked. “I don’t know if it’s the island air or the humidity, but you’re just so easy to talk you. Sophia was quick to shut him down as he went for the kiss. She added, "I think we can be friends." “Let’s hang out and get to know each other for a little while.”
Smith's disappointment was obvious. Sophia made the correct decision, especially because he is still married to his wife of 20 years, Jada Pinkett Smith.
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