Will Smith Thinks He Can Beat Black Panther in Impressive Fan Parody

Comedic rapper Demi Adejuyigbe has changed the entire context of the Black Panther closing credits with a parody called "I Think I Can Beat The Black Panther" that pits none other than Will Smith against the King of Wakanda.

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Adejuyigbe uses the same credits Ryan Coogler used in his movie, but instead of Kendrick Lamar and SZA's "All The Stars," he offers up his own take on "I Think I Can Beat Mike Tyson" by DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince. Adejuyigbe actually mimics both rappers, rhyming lines like "driveway" and "Dora Milaje," or "flower" and "power" as he rhythmically waxes poetic about being picked up by Wakandan ships, opposing T'Challa himself and how painful their fight actually ends up being.

It's quite hilarious, with Adejuyigbe using signature Fresh Prince lyrics, such as the aunts on the Wakandan council trying to stop the fight. The beat even incorporates melodies from Ludwig Goransson's score, using the song "Killmonger" to splice into the parody as Smith takes over the role of Michael B. Jordan's Killmonger in trying to usurp the Panther's throne.

Sadly, he isn't able to do this in physical battle, but the Fresh Prince, or this version of him, does win the rap battle "down in Wakanda."

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