Terrence Howard Explained His Decision To Quit Acting And Said He’s Doing It To Build Saturn Without Gravity
Terrence Howard already claimed earlier this month that he’s done with acting and is going to focus on bringing truths to the world. Those truths have nothing to do with pro-baby wipes activist Terry further spreading the importance of clean assholes via baby wipes. Instead, Terry is flirting hard with Scientologists and also making others put tin hats on their heads while saying to him, “What you’re saying is totally normal and possible.” Because Terrence told KTLA at the Emmys on Sunday that he’s leaving acting so he can “build the planet Saturn without gravity and build the Milky Way without gravity.” Even Jaden Smith is like, “Dude, put down the bong.”
According to A.V. Club:
In a truly bizarre interview with KTLA, Howard says he plans on leaving acting behind so he can “build the planet Saturn without gravity and build the Milky Way galaxy without gravity.” But, to quote the KTLA interviewer, “that’s a big remark,” so let’s start from the beginning.
“Everyone keeps trying to tell me, ‘Don’t say it’s forever,’ but I’ve spent 37 years pretending to be people so that people can pretend to watch and enjoy what I’m doing when I’ve made some discoveries in my own personal life with the science that Pythagoras was searching for,” Howard tells the hosts. “I was able to open up the Flower of Life properly and find the real wave conjugations that we’ve been looking for for 10,000 years. Why would I continue walking on water for tips when I’ve got an entire generation to teach a whole new world?”
“Open up the Flower of Life and find the real wave conjugations…” Yup, that’s a serious strand he’s smoking. As for how Terry is going to prove what has eluded scientists for thousands of years, he says he’s going to reveal everything on the Ted Talk for crazy conspiracy theorists known as YouTube. I’m sure science teachers everywhere are waiting for this to drop, so they can begin teaching the Terrence Howard Way of Science And Foolery.
When asked what he intends to, you know, do, Howard breaks down how there’s no such thing as a straight line before saying that, well, he’s going to “[put] something on YouTube.” Sounds about right.
That video, in which Howard will “prove that gravity is only an effect and not a force,” drops tomorrow, apparently, the same day he says he’s receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.
Well, I’m sure lots of good will come out of this, and NASA will be waiting with bated breath. And in the meantime, Terry should work on other YouTube videos like how to pay your taxes and how to maintain healthy relationships.