Jussie Smollett, the former actor who suffered a mental breakdown recently, has been trying to get his life back together with the help of his family and friends, to no great avail.
Last week, for instance, one of his closest friends who did not wish to be named, claimed to have challenged Smollett to a 'friendly' game of chess in his garden, but this move backfired.
Smollett's main problem, was, said the friend, his inability to distinguish between black and white.
"This," he noted, "turned out to be a severe obstacle."
He went on:
"I was white, and Jussie was black, but he kept picking up my pieces instead of his own! Then, he accused my Queen of assaulting one of his pawns. It was getting a bit odd."
Eventually, the game was abandoned as a draw when darkness began to close in, and Smollett said he'd seen a white man run from behind a tree and turn the light out.
His name, like most of his stories, can be refashioned into, Mollest Justice.
Don't expect to hear much from Jussie Smollett in the future.