Does Cruz cast shadows on Jaden Smith? | Wender Mind Kids

Oh!  Cruz Beckham appeared to mock Jaden Smith in a new Instagram post after she sat next to him at Paris Fashion Week on Sunday afternoon

Cruz Beckham appeared to mock Jaden Smith in a new Instagram post after she sat next to him at Paris Fashion Week on Sunday afternoon.

David and Victoria’s son, 17, was positioned alongside Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s son Jaden, 23, during the Kenzo Menswear Spring 2023 show.

However, the next day, Cruz appeared to be addressing something Jaden previously said about “no connection with people his age.”

Oh! Cruz Beckham appeared to mock Jaden Smith in a new Instagram post after she sat next to him at Paris Fashion Week on Sunday afternoon

Below a picture of his brother Romeo, 19, with the caption “What did I say,” Cruz wrote, “They talked about the political and economic state of the world.”

Cruz’s comment references a viral statement Jaden made earlier this year about how he was “lucky that growing up he spent more time with adults than kids.”

Speaking on BigBoyTV, he said: “I’ve picked up more things from adults than I have [sic] of kids my age,” the 23-year-old explained to BigBoyTV earlier this month.

Below a picture of his brother Romeo, 19, with the caption

Below a picture of his brother Romeo, 19, with the caption “What did I say,” Cruz wrote, “They talked about the political and economic state of the world.”

He then mimicked a young person’s voice and claimed they would like to say things like, “Look at my phone! selfies.”

“I’m just like that, dude, like, oh my god. Can we now talk about the political and economic state of the world?”

“Can we talk about what’s going on in the environment? Can we talk about other things?’

Viral: Cruz's comment references a viral statement Jaden made earlier this year about how he was

Viral: Cruz’s comment references a viral statement Jaden made earlier this year about how he was “lucky that growing up he spent more time with adults than kids.”

Romeo was visibly amused by his brother’s joke and commented with a laughing emoji underneath.

Jaden’s interview spurred a series of derisive posts on Twitter as trolls poked fun at his desire for more haughty conversation.

One user posted photos of Travis Scott anxiously rubbing his forehead and wrote, “Jaden Smith when he sees kids going to birthday parties instead of discussing politics and the state of the world economy.”

Chasing after him: Twitter users scoffed at his admission that he preferred to chat about the

Chasing after him: Twitter users scoffed at his admission that he preferred to chat about the “political and economic state” of the world

Laughing: A user shared a still image of SpongeBob SquarePants looking sad.

Laughing: A user shared a still image of SpongeBob SquarePants looking sad. “Eight-year-old Jaden Smith when Jada gave him a Spider-Man birthday party instead of a book study about the War in Mesopotamia,” they joked

Not all business: Jaden admitted he still liked to have fun sometimes.

Not all business: Jaden admitted he still liked to have fun sometimes. “I like showing up. I like to flex. I like playing songs loud and throwing myself into crowds in Atlanta,” he explained

Another user shared a humorous still image of SpongeBob SquarePants looking sad and drained.

“8-year-old Jaden Smith when Jada gave him a Spider-Man birthday party instead of a book study on the Mesopotamian War,” they jokingly wrote.

One tweet included a video of Cristiano Ronaldo excitedly standing to accept an award.

“Jaden Smith after telling every kid during recess they only have 20 years to live because of global warming,” the author wrote.

Close to home: A Twitter user poked fun at him with a still from The Pursuit Of Happyness, in which he starred with his father, Will Smith

Close to home: A Twitter user poked fun at him with a still from The Pursuit Of Happyness, in which he starred with his father, Will Smith

Ridicule: Another person posted a humorous drawing of a man whose brain has grown so big he can sit on it.  How Jaden Smith felt when he said "Brother, can we now talk about the political and economic state of the world?" to a group of middle school students

Ridicule: Another person posted a humorous drawing of a man whose brain has grown so big he can sit on it. How did Jaden Smith feel when he said to a group of middle school students, “Brother, can we talk about the political and economic state of the world now?

No comment: Jaden avoided any discussion of the moment his father slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars;  seen on 03/27

No comment: Jaden avoided any discussion of the moment his father slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars; seen on 03/27

Others included photos of Jaden, including one person sharing a set photo from his film The Pursuit Of Happiness with his father, Will Smith.

“My favorite part of The Pursuit of Happyness was when young Jaden Smith said to Will, ‘Father, the socioeconomic state of New York City will not allow you to maintain a basic door-to-door salesman lifestyle, you should try to stick with an investment instead,” wrote the user.

Another person posted a humorous drawing of a man with a brain grown so big he could sit on it like a chair, and wrote, “How Jaden Smith felt saying ‘bro we can over talk politics? and Economic State of the World Right Now’ to a group of middle school students.’

Free choice of his path: Jaden also spoke in the interview about his famous parents and how they never tried to steer him towards a career in show business

Free choice of his path: Jaden also spoke in the interview about his famous parents and how they never tried to steer him towards a career in show business

Jaden also spoke about his famous parents in the interview and how they never tried to guide him towards a career in show business.

“There was never that expectation,” he said as he followed in Will and Jada’s footsteps. “And definitely not into hip-hop.”

The musician shared that he and his sister Willow used to do spoofs of their mother’s series The Matrix when they were younger.

“I thought all parents made films and I thought everyone made films with their kids, too,” he admitted.

He may have developed his penchant for serious conversations with older people after getting a front row seat at his parents’ business meetings about their upcoming projects.

“They had a meeting about their next movie or something, and they put me at the head of the table and they just let me sit there while they talked, debated with all these people, discussed numbers, all this discussed crazy stuff,” Jaden said .

Word of Warning: His parents nevertheless warned him that other people might expect him to achieve as much as they had throughout their careers;  seen with Jada on March 27th

Word of Warning: His parents nevertheless warned him that other people might expect him to achieve as much as they had throughout their careers; seen with Jada on March 27th

While Will and Jada didn’t set their own expectations for Jaden, they made sure he understood that other people might expect him to accomplish as much as they had.

“They made us aware before we even knew from other people that this was an expectation of us. They said, “Hey guys out there in the outside world, they’re going to say that and they’re going to say that you have to live up to our expectations of what we’ve done and what we’ve accomplished in our lives and you have to live with that,” he recalls itself. “So we knew that when we were young.”

That dose of realism mixed with his parents’ encouragement helped build confidence in Jaden.

“My parents always told me I could fly. My parents told me I could dig a hole to the nearest side of the earth,” he said. “I always asked them if I could do something, they always said yes.

“You wouldn’t necessarily say, ‘Here it is!'” he clarified. “When it’s time to get the shovel, you get the damn shovel. But they always let me know you could do that.”

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