Jaden Smith 2016: He’s Not Dead, Rapper Active And Still Working On Saving The World


With all the noise surrounding Jaden Smith's status, many seem to think he is dead or has committed suicide. But those rumors are far from the truth.

At a young age, Jaden Smith's career and education to life already started early. With a famous dad like Will Smith, and a very supportive actress like Jada Pinkett, Jaden Smith grew up wanting to learn more from the world.

Ever since he was a child, he already studied music with Will Smith. He also worked on charitable projects that aim to help African children get better from muscular diseases and many more, cites Naij.

Although he never goes to school (currently being home schooled by Jada), he has a different perspective on life.

Jaden stresses the importance of affecting the world in a positive way. He points to technology and music which drives science, spirituality and education. Which is one reason why many doubt he would take his own life. The latest news regarding his fate came from a report that stated he died while snowboarding in Switzerland with Will Ferrell and Adam Sandler.

Recently, he joined the crew to promote Black Eyed Peas' renewed version of "Where's the Love?" In a separate interview, wants to focus the song into bringing everyone together to promote peace and love. He also wants to focus on investing in education. The music video showcases Jamie Foxx, Mary J. Blige, P.Diddy, Justin Timberlake, Kendall Jenner and more.

Jaden Smith's goal is still not met. In addition to changing the world, Jaden's goal is to become the a lasting person in an Olympic level. "I want to be the most durable person on the planet." This cannot be done if he was dead.

While many speculate on his life and death, his social media and involvement in the music industry say otherwise.

Do you think Jaden Smith is a great example when it comes to kids' education?

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