From his rapping to his walk down the runway in a skirt for the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2016 women’s collection. Jaden Smith has come a long way.
The 18-year-old “Karate Kid” star got caught in death hoax. It all started in the end of July when a website broke the news that Jaden Smith was dead.
It was reported that Will and Jada Pinkett Smith’s son committed suicide. Rumors have it that the cause of his death was his girlfriend Sarah Snyder.
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There were also rumors claiming Jaden Smith took his life due to “gender identity issues.” This is not the first time that the teen has been subjected to death hoax and we are sure it will not be the last, considering how he is starting to craft his own name in the Entertainment industry. He’s no longer just “Will Smith’s son” who acted on “Karate Kid.”
As Jaden Smith moves out the shadow of his father, the question that people are now pestering him now is if he feels pressured to live up to his dad’s success.
His response to that question however, was quite surprising! It seems he did not look up to his dad and feel enamored with Will Smith‘s achievements.
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In an exclusive interview with IBT UK, the teen dissed his dad Will Smith. “I don’t really think about it. I have a normal dad – as you just saw when he just walked in here – I don’t think of him any other way than besides a dad that’s normal,” said the teen.
“No one is perfect so I don’t really think I am living up to that much,” Jaden also told GQ Style. He added that he simply does what he likes to do.
Jaden Smith is set to play the role of Marcus ‘Dizzee’ Kipling in “The Get Down.” The character is “psychedelically talented and enigmatic graffiti writer in the musical drama about South Bronx teenagers in Seventies New York City.”
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