As many of you already know, actor Jussie Smollett's story about being attacked late at night in Chicago is filled with suspicious elements.
The details of the story are vague, there's no video to corroborate his claims and the timeline of when the attack took place just doesn't make sense. Add in the fact that Smollett won't hand over his phone records to police and the whole thing starts to look awfully fishy.
Now there's an interview on "Good Morning America" with Smollett from the show "Empire" saying he's mad that people don't believe him.
It's his first interview since he reported being the victim of a racist and homophobic attack last month in Chicago.