‘He’s just so easy to mock’: Jaden Smith dragged for panning teen peers for not talking ‘state of politics’

Jaden Smith found himself trending over the weekend, but unlike his father Will Smith, who slapped Chris Rock at the Academy Awards recently, it wasn’t due to an act of violence… unless you consider an assault on your senses violence.

A clip of Jaden, 23, discussing how he got along with adults better than peers his own age as a teen was making the rounds, with the actor and rapper complaining that those his age were too busy acting like teenagers to discuss the state of “political and economic state of the world… and what is going on with the environment right now.”

To call it pompous may be mild, but it lends itself to how much Jaden was mocked online over the clip. Then again, FandomWire offered up a few reasons why Hollywood “hates” Jaden so much.

“People make fun of Jaden Smith because he’s just so easy to mock,” the online entertainment news site said in a Sunday piece. “You can’t help wondering what’s wrong with the guy because the way he acts is so absurd. Jaden Smith has turned himself into a living joke. Somehow, he’s also succeeded in generating a deep-rooted hatred for himself among his followers and colleagues.”

Among the reasons detailed in the column are that Jaden “appears to be nothing more than a result of nepotism,” has an “exaggerated sense of self-importance” and “an egotistical and pompous personality.”

One might get that notion from an interview Jaden did a couple of weeks back with Complex to promote the Trippy Summer ‘22 Collection, as he talked about wanting “to help to change the world and the fashion industry when it comes to sustainability.”

“I want people to use more recycled plastic and I want people to use more vegan leather,” he said.

He also talked about becoming a “psychedelic world leader” while discussing the use of mushrooms and psychedelic drugs and how tripping can .

“It’s been a series of trips that have really helped me to realize that I need to go out in the world and really push this movement and that I need to be a psychedelic world leader,” Jaden said. “You know, that’s how I feel – I really need to not just cross the bridge myself and see something amazing and not tell anybody. I really want to let people know that, hey, there (are) other things inside of us that can help us in so many different ways in talking about mental health.”

“Psychedelic therapy is going to be something that is increasingly happening in the world, and we’ll see what happens with legislation all over the world in the coming years because things are really on a fast track to change and go into more of a psychedelic, mystical future where we can really study these things,” he added.

As for the mockery, behold courtesy of Twitter:

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