Marlon Wayans shared a video of himself practicing a song on the piano. Fans commented on the video and mocked him for his rugged looking appearance.
Marlon shared a video of himself practicing attentively to play the piano. He looked comfortable wearing a sweater as he focused on the sheet of paper in front of him.
Some fans shared their surprise about his passion for music, and one fan praised him for using the downtime during quarantine to harness a new skill, they gushed:
"Shout out to [Marlon Wayans] I ran every time I see you on here you are trying something new and learning and continuously."
However, many fans, who commented on the post were surprised by the video, and not because of his impressive skills; it was Marlon's rugged appearance that caught their eye. One person said:
"Crazy how some rich folks look like homeless people & poor people be looking rich...goal is to be rich not look rich!"
As the jokes kept popping up in his comment section, other people thought that Marlon's scruffy beard and uncombed hair made him look old. One person said he looked like Morgan Freeman.
Someone also said, "[expletive] you look rough. Look like all your shows were canceled permanently. Another fan simply suggested that he cleaned up his look."
A fan commented on a video of Marlon Wayans practicing the piano | Source: instargam.com/marlonwayans
Marlon is in the middle of a professional setback after it was announced that NBC had canceled his self-titled show "Marlon."
In April, he shared screenshots from a video call with his co-stars. In his caption, he admitted, "I made lifelong friends and family... still scratching my damn head on why we were canceled."
Despite the show going off-air. The comedian still has a few things to look forward; he is starring alongside Jennifer Hudson in the Aretha Franklin biopic titled "Respect."
On the legal side, he came out victorious in a case regarding his behavior on the set of "A Haunted House 2," over remarks he made mocking Pierre Daniels on social media. The comedian won the case after his comments were ruled as free speech.