Smith, who starred in the show, shared a video on Instagram of a shirt to announce the drop.
The shirt shown in Smith’s video shows a heat-reactive top that changes color when it comes into contact with warmth, and it looks super trippy.
“Made some merch! Sound effects not included. On sale NOW… but only for 72 hours!! Link in bio.”
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As Smith’s caption reads, the merch is only available for 72 hours. The drop includes several shirts, hats and more. You can purchase that here.
In other news, one fan of Fresh Prince of Bel-Air made a trailer that gave the show a 2019 upgrade. You can see that below.
In other Fresh Prince news…
Alfonso Ribeiro, better known as Carlton Banks, was suing Epic Games for mimicking his famous Carlton Dance.
You can see a video of the side-by-side comparison below.
Ribeiro reportedly dropped the lawsuit after his request to trademark the dance was denied by the U.S. Copyright Office.
Ribeiro was not the only person suing Fortnite over a dance. Back in November, 2 Milly claimed game makers stole his dance move. Many know the rapper for his viral dance craze called the “Milly Rock”. It’s been used by other artists, athletes and appears in Fortnite.
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