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Oct 12, 2016 08:29 AM EDT

Jaden Smith’s Death And Suicide News Does Not Deter Him From Going To College

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Jaden Smith, the son of Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith, has been under the media spotlight once again for being "dead." But he isn't. His Twitter account shows him as active as a social media posting teenager should be.

And he is getting a ton of attention without even doing anything. Speculations surrounding his life or death come from rumors that he is being bullied. In fact, his clothing line MSFTS is made for people like himself.

"[The clothing line is for] the girl that wants to be a tomboy or the boy that wants to wear a skirt, and people try to condemn. We're here for you. Tell us your stories. If someone at your school's trying to pick on you, it doesn't matter because Jaden Smith's got your back," quotes the Inquisitr.

Jaden Smith advocates freedom of self expression and he does not like bullies at all as evidenced above. And recently, during a sit down interview with Pharell, the celebrity rapper tells 'The Voice' judge his thoughts about getting a higher education.

When asked if he has plans to go to college, he gives a straight "100 percent," answer. He did not elaborate, but you can take his word for it that after being homeschooled, he wants to learn more about the world. Plus, he wants to be a "carefully curated public image to the world." He wants to be an example that young people can follow. And the rumors surrounding his alleged suicide and death is not going to bring him down.

At the moment, he does not have a major in mind. But he does have plans for his future. When Pharell asked what he will do once he has reached their pinnacle of fame and influence, Jaden only said "Gone."

With Jaden Smith turning 18 just this year, it is only a matter of time until he announces to the world where he will be studying.

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