Jaden Smith Can’t Disappear Fast Enough

By Lex October 20, 2015 @ 11:17 AM


Jaden Smith announced he’s going to disappear from the landscape within ten year’s time. It’s unclear what he intends to do with ten years of down time before his departure, but probably lots of skateboarding and naps. You don’t just give up not going to school or working without some serious planning.

No one will know where I am in 10 years. They’ll see me pop up, but they’ll be like, ‘Where’d you come from?’ No one will know. It’ll  be kind of like Banksy. But in a different way. More of a social impact. Helping people. But through art installations.

The thinking behind this is pretty solid. But think less Banksy and more the permanent hero status of Amelia Earhart. Popping up is so last year. Being gone forever is the new thing. Think of the tribute poems your sister will write for nobody outside of HuffPo bloggers to read.

In his latest magazine article where some breathless author pretends Jaden Smith is deep rather than just stupid, Smith compares himself to the great ancient scientists, only his laboratory is the entire world.

I feel like it’s an honor, actually, for people to think I’m crazy. Because they thought Galileo was crazy, too, you know what I’m saying? I don’t think I’m as revolutionary as Galileo, but I don’t think I’m not as revolutionary as Galileo.

Also, nobody thinks you’re not an idiot. People thought Galileo was crazy because his scientific theories were light years ahead of his generation, not because he affected a quirky personality and wore dresses and said look at how crazy I am on social media.  You can be a dumb uneducated second rate rapper. You can’ be a dumb uneducated scientist.

There a fine but important line between encouraging your children and indulging them. You’re playing with fire just approximating the line. At seventeen it’s probably too late to beat any self-awareness into Jaden Smith, but if you beat him hard enough, he will not not shut the fuck up.

Photo credit: Jaden Smith/Instagram

Jaden Smith Seems to Be Asking for Help

By Lex June 24, 2015 @ 12:28 PM


Jaden Smith is troubled. Not the kind of troubled where you shoot up a bible study group. More the kind where you incorrectly quote Nietzsche and step off the roof of a Marie Callender’s and survive with two broken legs. It’s easy to mistake the ramblings of a teen boy with indulgent open marriage wealthy celebrity scientology parents as not traditional cuckoo, but the cracks are in the details. The desire to wear superhero costumes to formal functions – definitely a crack:

I wore the Batman suit to heighten my experience at the wedding and [at] prom, which was fun. But also, at the wedding, I felt as though I needed to protect everyone there, and needed to have the proper gear to do so.

The heavy handed poetry and crystal religions and wearing dresses in public and making bad rap videos, that’s all normal spoiled artistic family rich kid shit. This Batman bit is more James Holmes Joker level madness worthy of some blood work and a psych eval. Amanda Bynes had lit zero dogs on fire at seventeen. Just to cover our asses, let’s all agree he seemed like a nice kid and we didn’t see any signs.

Jaden Smith Still Searching And Shit Around The Web

By Jack May 18, 2015 @ 12:00 PM


If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to have incredibly indulgent parents and a childhood where you were completely protected from bullies and ass-kickers of any kind, meet Jaden Smith. Jaden’s in the news today because he wore a Batman suit to the prom with the more shocking news being that he attends a school and he took a girl.

Check out Jaden as the dynamic douche. (Huffington Post)

Bruna Gonclaves’ naked chichis are muy caliente. (Egotastic)

Jay Z compares himself to Steve Jobs even though no one is buying Tidal. (TMZ)

Who knew Jewel had such nice tits? (Drunken Stepfather)

Caitlin O’Connor is bikinirific. (Hollywood Tuna)

Kendall Jenner wears tights while working out and it is just great. (Popoholic)

I do love sweaty girls in workout clothes. (The Chive)

Jaden Smith Appropriates Tranny Culture

By Lex April 20, 2015 @ 9:19 AM

Jaden Smith Wears Dresses At Coachella
It’s amazing what people choose to do when they can do whatever the fuck they want. DiCaprio wears a ponytail and fucks the snot out of hot young women. So does Cara Delevingne. Alec Baldwin calls people faggots then cleans up nicely for GLAAD tolerance awards. Jaden Smith has decided to wear dresses since his junior moron rants on social media stopped trending. Let Jaden Smith be the omen of what is to come as we rid this world of school yard bullies and parents who discipline. A future world of boys in dresses who don’t even have the fortitude to be gay. I’m speeding up the work on my ark. Somebody’s going to notice this cess pool and press the flush button again.

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Jaden Smith Doesn’t Believe In Gender

By Lex April 10, 2015 @ 1:16 PM

Jaden Smith Doesn't Believe In Gender
The expansive unlimited crystal powered creative space of Jaden Smith is not limited by binary thinking. Much like David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Jared Leto, Kanye West and other boundary pushing musicians, Jaden Smith has begun experimenting with androgynous styles and wearing women’s clothes. These other dress wearing musicians actually created popular music as opposed to merely being a spoiled teen from Hidden Hills who need a shed talk from a gruff uncle and some chores.

Jaden Smith can do as he pleases since he doesn’t go to school and has money and his parents believe he’s the second son of the second son of Xenu. He’s never going to get beat down or ridiculed or bullied, which seems like a good thing, until you spend five minutes with him talking about the summer dresses at Forever 21, then you’ll just want to punch something innocent. Nature has a way of course correcting. This one should be good.

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Will Smith’s Kids Need a Dwight Howard Buckling

By Matt November 19, 2014 @ 7:29 AM


Being raised by undercover Scientologists with an open marriage, a boatload of cash, and a belief that a typical upbringing will hinder the blossoming of your Xenu blessed offspring is bound to backfire mightily. In the case of Willow and Jaden Smith it has manifested itself into two teen beatniks who spit out bad poetry and cult physics via Twitter and unnecessarily high profile magazine interviews purposely designed to help these two mini-prophets spread their message. I have to imagine the Smith family publicist is on a roof top repeating ‘It’s all for you, Damien’.

Trolling the Smith kids for dumb quotes is like throwing a quarter into a payphone and watching it comically shatter and spill hundreds of dollars of coins onto the pavement. These two feed off each other like the creepy pair of incestuous orphans they find living in abandoned subway stops in bad British indie flicks:

Willow: Caring less what everybody else thinks, but also caring less and less about what your own mind thinks, because what your own mind thinks, sometimes, is the thing that makes you sad.

Jaden: When you’re thinking about something happy, you’re thinking about something sad. When you think about an apple, you also think about the opposite of an apple.

The problem with poorly reasoned Wiki philosophy is sometimes shit like “you also think about the opposite of an apple” is going to pop out of your mouth and you’re not even going to realize it.

Jaden: It’s proven that how time moves for you depends on where you are in the universe. It’s relative to beings and other places. But on the level of being here on earth, if you are aware in a moment, one second can last a year. And if you are unaware, your whole childhood, your whole life can pass by in six seconds.

Willow: Because living.

Defenders of the mini-Kants are insisting that all teenagers are idiots who say dumb things. There’s some merit to that argument. But most teenagers don’t get New York Times magazine articles and the ability to ruin major motion pictures and modern popular music. Most self-confident nonsense spouting teens are still forced to socialize in a normalizing school environment where you quickly learn that shit that gets you noticed in AP English will get your ass beat by the jocks beneath the bleachers. So you learn the most valuable life skill of all: knowing when to shut the fuck up.

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