Jaden Smith is made fun of for comments about socializing with adults over people his age because kids don’t want to talk about politics.
Jaden Smith was ridiculed for saying in a recent interview that he preferred to hang out with adults over children growing up because children don’t like to talk about “the state of politics and the world economy.”
“I am very happy that I spent my childhood with more adults than I did with children my age, because I took so much more from adults than I did. [sic] from kids my age,” explained the 23-year-old man BigBoyTV earlier this month, Page Six report.
He then imitated the voice of a young child, claiming that they liked to say things like, “Look at my phone! Selfies.”
“I was just, like, ‘Dude, like, my God. Can we talk about the political and economic state of the world, right now?’” said Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s son.
“Can we talk about what’s going on in the environment? Can we talk about something else?”
Jaden admits that he likes to “pop,” “flex,” “play the tunes loud” and “jump into the club in Atlanta” from time to time, but is mostly preoccupied with “looking for the next thing.”
“I’m not content to just, like, party,” he concluded.
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Jaden started trending on Twitter from Sunday to Monday after his remarks resurfaced online.
People make memes and jokes to make fun of the fact that karate boy The star seemed annoyed in interviews that at one point in her life, young children didn’t want to discuss serious subject matter with her.
One user tweeted, “Jaden smith is on his way to cursing his classmates in kindergarten for not understanding the complexities behind the current political climate.”
Another captioned a tearful SpongeBob SquarePants photo, “Jaden smith was 8 years old when jada gave him a spider man themed birthday party instead of a book study on the mesopotamian wars.”
The third, refers to Jaden’s role in Chasing happiness at the age of eight, joked that their favorite part of the film was when “young Jaden Smith said to Will, ‘Dad, the socioeconomic circumstances of New York City will not allow you to maintain a basic lifestyle as a door-to-door salesperson, you must try to join an investment firm instead.’
Jaden has not addressed the reaction on social media. The representative didn’t come back soon Page Sixcomment request.
The criticism comes just after his father, Will, is in the hot seat for the infamous 2022 Oscar slap, which Jaden appears to be defending against.
The rapper tweeted right after the awards show, “And That’s How We Do It.”
This article originally appeared on Page Six and is reproduced with permission.