Over the weekend, Vulture posted a goddamn ridiculous interview with Will and Jaden Smith where they literally described themselves as physicists who understand patterns thanks to their knowledge of multidimensional mathematics. I’m talking a level of fart-sniffing that would make James Franco‘s dicknose so hard it could cum on a mime. So naturally Jaden followed it up by dressing like Iron Man and walking around New York with Kylie Jenner who his dad had just taken special care not to let his son talk about while essentially trashing her entire family and everything they stand for:
It’s been reported that you might be dating Kylie Jenner. The Kardashians have treated their fame as the family business. Do you guys see yourselves as similar or different? [Will, laughing, holds up his hand for Jaden not to speak.]
Jaden: I’m trying to understand.
Will: Don’t. You know, he’s never had to, to deal with those kinds of questions.
Well, forget the Kardashians … maybe you could just…
Will: [Mimicking] “So how do you think your life is similar or un-similar to people’s names in Calabasas?” For our family, the entire structure of our life, our home, our business relationships—the entire purpose is for everyone to be able to create in a way that makes them happy. Fame is almost an inconsequential by-product of what we’re really trying to accomplish. We are trying to put great things into the world, we’re trying to have fun, and we’re trying to become the greatest versions of ourselves in the process of doing things we love. So the idea of fame or exploitation or orchestrating the media is sometimes even less than desirable for us.
What’s amazing is that this interview has been out for days, yet Kris Jenner still let Kylie hang out with Jayden because in case you haven’t noticed, there are fucking cameras everywhere. Also, I’m pretty sure it’s not that hard to make a 15-year-old boy not wear a condom.
“Don’t worry, Jaden, I trust y-”
“GEH! … Was that supposed to happen already?”
“You’re on the other side of the room.”
“It’s fine, son.”