The Jussie Smollett case has been very complicated, to say the least. The actor went public a couple of hate crime that occurred within the streets of Chicago at 2 within the morning, which later was revealed to have been staged by the Police Chief. At this level, it is fairly clear that some shady stuff went down between Smollett and the Osundairo brothers earlier than the assault. During a latest look on Joe Rogan's podcast, Dr. Phil got here by with some perception on the case, utilizing robust analogies to make his level.
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Dr. Phil went on for about 5 minutes about how one can inform anyone is mendacity or in the event that they're being truthful, utilizing a money theft for example. He lastly circled again to Jussie Smollett although, reminding listeners that one of many first issues the entertainer stated when he went to the FOX places of work was "You all know me, I would not do that." Usually, that is one thing liar says, based on Dr. Phil. "There had been like three or 4 of these variety of statements in two or three sentences," says the physician, furthering his level.
They additionally commented on Jussie's claims to be the "homosexual Tupac," which Phil says is a bit "narcissistic." Honestly, the scenario is insane. In actuality, hate crimes do really occur so for individuals to be faking them is significantly tousled. Watch the complete video under and verify right here for his feedback on Bhad Bhabie.