The seeds of the alleged deception of Juice Smolet may have been planted when the emotional creator "Empire" Lee Daniels spoke of his cousin's attack because he was gay, according to a report.
The theory among some members of the Empire is that Smoletti was trying to play the emotions of Daniels in hopes of becoming a LGBT hero and to delight his boss, TMZ said, quoting anonymous sources. on the handle, theoriginalbigdaddy, have sincerely published a one-minute video at Instagram on January 10, advising their "gay brothers and sisters" that "it is good to be who you are" and "will inevitably have a right to do."
Daniels titled Post : "Last week, my cousin was beaten for being a gay guy and I hate to hear these stories …" and "For all the sick people who struggle and who are trying to find some sense in this life, I'm here to say if you need a Safe place or ear to listen, then I'm here. "
After his cousin's attack, Daniels appeared in the Empire and" shared more about the story. Everyone was visibly upset by the fact that Lee's family had gone through this terrible trial, "the TMZ report said.
If Smolet tries to get into the heart of Daniels, he was initially successful. The alleged Smollett attack, Daniels wrote, "We got this," accompanied by emotikony from the rainbow and the black hand.
 The old gay and black actor was charged with a crime on Thursday with charges of allegedly forging his own hate attack. and shouted, "This is the land of the MAGA!" right in front of his apartment before he wet it in bleach and throw a rope around his neck.
Smilet denies it's a fiction, telling the cops that he has an "untreated" drug problem.
Smolet's character in "Empire" will be removed from the last two episodes of this season after his arrest. Fox has asked for security from Cook's County police officers when he filmed scenes for an episode on Wednesday.