Jaden Smith’s Ridiculous Beliefs

Jaden Smith is not just the 15 year old the son of Oscar-nominated actor Will Smith, but he is also an actor, a dancer, rapper and  apparently  a  “budding philosopher” . The son of Will Smith and actress Jada Pinkett-Smith has decided that Twitter is the perfect place to share his thoughts on society, education and the role of young people in today’s society.


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Jaden tweeted to more than 4.5 million followers Sept. 12, “School Is the Tool to Brainwash the Youth” and “If Newborn Babies Could Speak They Would Be The Most Intelligent Beings on Planet Earth.” “If everybody in the world dropped out of school we would have a much more intelligent society,” he continued to say.

Jaden, is considered to be Hollywood royalty, he’s friends with Justin Bieber and dated a sister of the Kardashians, Kylie Jenner, but many people are not liking the example he’s setting for kids with his tweets.

“He has such a huge group of fans that really look up to him,” Us Weekly reporter Jennifer Pros told ABC News. “So this isn’t really the example you should really be setting.

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Jaden and his sister Willow had been attending the New Village Leadership Academy which is a private school his parents founded in California just five years ago, until it closed in June due to a lack of funding. The academy used a teaching method called “study-tech,” which was created by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. Will Smith seem too   allude to this fact on “Live with Regis and Kelly” in 2007.

“There are “powerful educational concepts that we believe in,” Smith had said on the show. Unfortunately instead Jaden suggesting revolutionizing the educational system, Jaden seems to be suggesting his Twitter followers abandon it.


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Michelle Hinojosa
Michelle Hinojosa writes and reports media for Popcrunch and is an active member in the LBGT community. She is a graduate of Washington State University with degree's in Social Services, English, History and Psychology.