Big Willy from Philly’s got a few rhymes that’ll change your minds and he’s laced a new track with lyrics to set the record straight about his marital status.

Ok, so Will Smith definitely spits lyrics better than we do, and after 13 years since his last album, he’s back in the booth and wants the world to know that he and his boo Jada Pinkett Smith are in a good place and not getting a divorce, so basically shut up about it, reports People.

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“Stop the divorce rumors and mind your damn business,” Smith sings at the end of the track along with a lot of other funny lines about his famous family.

“The real-life Incredibles, last name Smith. Jada, Jaden, Willow, Trey — y’all ain’t f—ing with my clique.”

The track “To the Clique” was a tease Smith who has some new music coming.

Smith’s Incredible clique is also a tight-knit bunch and recently his wife, Jada and daughter Willow along with Jada’s mom launched a Facebook show called Red Table Talk to dish about their lives and parenting ups and down.

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Things haven’t always been rosy for the magnetic couple, and rumors have swirled for years that their marriage was on its last leg. But Will put their rumors on the video and he’s become quite an online delight with his funny, random and sometimes most times inspirational videos.

So, with the new track, it looks like he’s making a comeback and he’s get a chance to warm up a bit since he will be performing at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia along with Nicky Jam and Era Istrefi on the event’s official song “Live It Up”.

“It’s an honor to be asked to perform at the 2018 FIFA World Cup,” Smith said in FIFA’s release.

“This global event brings people from all over the world together to cheer, laugh and experience magic. Collaborating with Nicky, Diplo and Era on this track represents harmony, eclectic flavors and genres coming together. At the end of the day, we just want to see the world dance.”

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