Jaden Smith has playfully responded to a 2018 interview with the artist going viral final week.
After social media customers poked enjoyable on the then-19-year-old criticising his same-aged friends, Smith took to Twitter to affix in, and even tailored the meme teasing him.
Chatting with radio host Large Boy, Smith addressed his budding music profession in 2018, his new single ‘ICON’, and rising up in a well-known household. In the course of the interview, he spoke about rising up round adults, contrasting the expertise with socialising together with his friends.
“I’m very completely happy that I spent my childhood with extra adults than I did with youngsters my very own age,” Smith stated.
“I used to be selecting up extra issues from adults than I have been [sic] from youngsters my very own age, and I look, and I am going round typically, and I hang around with different folks which might be my age, they usually’re simply: Selfie! Telephone! Bro!”
Jaden Smith in 2020. Credit score: Leon Bennett/WireImage
He continued: “I’m similar to, dude, oh my God. Can we speak concerning the political and financial state of the world proper now? Can we speak about what’s happening with the surroundings? Can we speak about different issues?
“Don’t fear, I like to show up. I wish to flex. I wish to play songs loud and soar within the crowd in Atlanta, however I’m all the time in search of that subsequent factor. I’m not happy at only a occasion.”
After Twitter customers jumped to poke enjoyable at Smith’s feedback, Smith created his personal meme poking enjoyable at his earlier feedback on folks his personal age.
“Me: Hey Wanna Discuss About The Financial And Political State Of World Collectively,” he wrote. “Woman: Nah … Me: Okay Cool,” the musician concluded alongside a selfie of himself.
Me: Hey Wanna Discuss About The Financial And Political State Of World Collectively.
Me: Okay Cool pic.twitter.com/rkQzZ4jZbb
— Jaden (@jaden) April 18, 2022
Final month (March 28), Jaden appeared to reply after father Will Smith‘s altercation on the Oscars.
Taking to his Twitter account shortly after the incident, Jaden Smith wrote: “And That’s How We Do It”.
In a since-deleted publish, he additionally shared a selfie, and stated: “My Dads Speech Made Me Cry”.
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