Will Smith has rejoined with music accomplice DJ Jazzy Jeff at the notorious chateau were The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was set and reported that it is turning into an Airbnb.
It comes as the hit show marks a long time since its introduction this month, with the show’s cast individuals returning for an irregular get-together extraordinary on HBO Max.
Posting a photograph of himself with Jazzy Jeff before the manor on his Instagram page, Smith reported: “YOOOO!! You all figure we should lease the @freshprince house?? We’re getting it going with the crew at @airbnb!! #FreshPrince30th”.
Visitors will have the option to lease a wing of the Los Angeles house for a night, with a select number of evenings – to be specific October 2, October 5, October 8, October 11, and October 14 – going for fortunate fans for just £23 ($30) a night, with appointments opening on September 29.
“It’s your lodging for the evening, so don’t hesitate to act like you own the spot,” Smith composed on the authority Airbnb page. “My wing of the house incorporates my room (extraordinary for snoozes), a full restroom (incredible for spitting bars in the shower), pool region (extraordinary for plunges), an open-air relax, and the lounge area (extraordinary for eating clearly). Furthermore, you gotta do it like my person DJ Jazzy Jeff so remember your shades!”
Airbnb will likewise be making a gift to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia, which upholds youth by offering improvement and aptitude building programs, recreational exercises, and strengthening tools.
It comes after it was affirmed that unique Aunt Viv entertainer Janet Hubert would be engaged with the forthcoming get-together, joining Smith, Jazzy Jeff, Alfonso Ribeiro, Daphne Maxwell Reid, Tatyana Ali, Karyn Parsons, and Joseph Marcell.
The extraordinary is relied upon to air around Thanksgiving in the US and has been depicted as “amusing and credible dusk packed with melody, shifting, and different astonishment visitors, out of appreciation for the arrangement that ran for six seasons and 148 scenes”.