Jamie Foxx has always been known as a super talented guy. The Oscar winning actor, Grammy winning singer and popular comedian  is one of the best impersonators in Hollywood--and his Stephen A. Smith impression is a fan favorite.

Foxx had Twitter in hysterics last year when he impersonated the bombastic ESPN analyst to his face after Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Toronto Raptors in the 2016 Eastern Conference Finals. Well, he's brought his impression back--this time, as Stephen's "twin brother, Cleveland A. Smith."

Look at the hairline, y'all...look at the hairline.

Foxx is also prepping for the launch of his new Showtime seriesWhite Famous. The show premieres in October is a co-production between Lionsgate TV and Showtime and is based on Foxx’s time coming up in Hollywood. Former Saturday Night Live star Jay Pharoah will play Floyd Mooney, an upcoming comedian who seeks crossover fame — i.e. becoming “white famous.”  Megalyn Echikunwoke (House of Lies) plays Floyd’s ex-girlfriend, Sadie, the love of his life and the mother of his child. Foxx serves as executive producer and stars in a recurring role.  Barbershop director Tim Story also executive produced the show and directed the pilot.

“I came up from stand-up comedy, so to be able to share that aspect of my life on screen with a project like White Famous is incredibly exciting,” said Foxx in a recent press release. “We couldn’t have found better partners than Showtime Lionsgate and Tom Kapinos to tell this story in the best possible way.”

You can check out Jamie's Instagram jokes about Stephen A. below--and you can peep Stephen A. Smith's reaction.

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