Like most of Jaden Smith’s tweets, the lyrics to his most recent song, “Scarface” have him pondering life. The teenage son of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith questions the past and the future, while talking about Lex Luther, Bruce Lee, John F. Kennedy, and Galileo.
The somewhat spooky and cryptic clip ends with Jaden repeating, “the government will not be killing me, no. The government will not be” — and he vanishes from view.
Honestly, I’d expect nothing less from the 17-year-old. Yet in a world where everyone seems to conform to one another- especially in Hollywood, I give the kid credit for being his wacky self all the time.
The self-proclaimed “MSFT” said in a video released through Chaotic Conditions last week, “Being a MSFT is somebody that’s like, ‘I’m not gonna conform to society.’ I’m gonna be a divergent thinker, someone who thinks of multiple solutions to one problem.” Like when he tried to convince the Twitterverse that the way we see nature is wrong.
Most Trees Are Blue
— Jaden (@jaden) March 23, 2013
Jaden has said in the past that all music sounds the same. With “Scarface,” it looks like he’s definitely doing all he can to stand the f*ck out. ✌️
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