Decoding Jaden Smith

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Jaden Smith, son to Hollywood power couple Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith, is an actor, a rapper and a philosopher. Jaden has been on a roll on social media, namely Twitter, with many finding his tweets abstract and insightful. But is Jaden’s curiousity and intellect really worth celebrating? His series of philosophical tweets, after all, might just be brain farts or some pretty cunning trolling.

Here are some of our interpretations.

Maybe he was tweeting through an iPad.


Despite his father’s fame, Jaden’s probably not a big fan of the ’90s.


Something that actually makes sense. 


Nope, he changed his mind. Take that, Education!


He’s sick of getting ripped off by Tidal and Spotify. Stop streaming music. Buy CDs instead.


Part of an ode to his favourite food, pancakes.


Before one can handle the Truth, one must unwrap the Lies (of Christmas – it’s probably not even Jesus’ actual birthday).


The word ‘alien’ could mean a couple of different things.


He wants us to Google it. 

light1 /līt
1. the natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible. 
2. understanding of a problem or mystery; enlightenment.
1. provide with light or lighting; illuminate.
2. make (something) start burning; ignite 
1.having a considerable or sufficient amount of natural light; not dark.
2. (of a color) pale.
Okay, we’re enlightened now.

Trees cry because they know they’ll eventually get chopped down and turned into firewood during the Smiths’ next Christmas gathering on the fake birthday of Christ.


Last we checked, Coachella was a music festival chock-full of unfulfilled-millennials in attendance. But what if Coachella became Sundance?


Jaden is jelly.


“I am Shia LaBeouf.”

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