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Terrence Howard To Give Up Acting After “Empire” Ends

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Looks like Terrence Howard is ready to retire from the acting game.

In a recent interview with Extra, the 50-year-old told the entertainment news source that he is quitting acting once “Empire” ends.

“I’m done with acting,” he told “Extra.” “I’m done pretending.”

So what will Howard do with his new down time? Well, it won’t necessarily be charity work, instead, the actor says he is  “just focusing on bringing the truth to the world.”

One of the truths he seeks to illuminate is in the math field. A few weeks ago, Howard posted an image asking if one dollar bill times one dollar bill equals one or two? He urged his followers to go to a website to find the real answer.

“Dear Friends, I believe that enough time has passed with Mankind behaving as if we are living in the dark ages! At last, “the proof and the pudding” is ready to be served!  Go to Tcotlc.com and download the Truth concerning Man’s flawed approach to math and let me show you, How our Universe truly Works! Just as the Sunshine and Rain are free, I am giving this Truth to the world for free! All I ask is that you do something with it,” he captioned the photo.

Dear Friends, I believe that enough time has passed with Mankind behaving as if we are living in the dark ages! At last, “the proof and the pudding” is ready to be served! Go to Tcotlc.com and download the Truth concerning Man’s flawed approach to math and let me show you, How our Universe truly Works! Just as the Sunshine and Rain are free, I am giving this Truth to the world for free! All I ask is that you do something with it! ???

A post shared by Terrence Dashon Howard (@theterrencehoward) on Aug 22, 2019 at 9:14am PDT

Howard has been in the entertainment industry for year, earning an Academy Award nod for his starring role in “Hustle Flow.”