Martin Lawrence Looks Upbeat at 'Bad Boys 4' Events After Sparking Concerns With Listless Interview

When promoting their new film in Berlin, the 59-year-old actor/comedian and his co-star Will Smith are goofing around as they perform an impromptu dance routine.

AceShowbiz - Martin Lawrence is seemingly back to his old self after sparking concerns with his languid appearance in a recent interview. The actor looked upbeat when attending events to promote his new movie "Bad Boys: Ride or Die" in Berlin with his co-star Will Smith.

In a joint Instagram post that they uploaded on their respective pages on Monday, May 27, the two actors watched as two young men showcased their impressive dance routine. After admiring and clapping their hands for the dancers, Will and Martin stole the spotlight by performing their own goofy dance.

Showing their solid teamwork, both actors ended their impromptu dance routine with a handshake and exaggerating expressions, prompting laughs from the attendees. "Sometimes you just gotta show these youngins what's good! Nice try," Will captioned the video.

In another video posted on the same day, the "Bad Boys" actor greeted fans at the Berlin premiere of "Bad Boys 4". When they spotted fans who brought posters from their respective old TV series, "Martin" and "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air", they couldn't help laughing at their old selves. They also signed the posters. "Berlin takin' it wayyyy back! Love this!!" read the caption written by Will.

The two videos may put fans at ease after Martin sparked concerns with his listless demeanor at a recent interview for the film. Fans noticed that the 59-year-old comedian looked quieter and slower than his usual high-energy demeanor, leading to worries about his well-being.

"Martin seems a little slow and off! Like he's had some kind of medical issue," one person commented on the interview. Another claimed, "Martin been through a lot and now he's grieving death of his brother and you can tell Will got his back...Love both these legends...May GOD bless them both and keep them close."

In interview, Martin indeed talked about grieving over the loss of his "brother" Sean Lampkin and friend Larry White. "Who is your ride or die, Martin?" the interviewer asked, to which he responded, "My best friend, Larry White. My brother who just passed away, Sean Lampkin - all of those were my ride or dies. And those are my best friends that I've been baptized with and everything. We grew up together and all that."

"Bad Boys: Ride or Die" will be released in U.S. theaters on June 7.

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