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In a recent interview with Metro, Jaden Smith and his father discussed the teen’s life as the son of two famous parents and his own fame through music and acting. During the portion of the interview when he was asked about his childhood experiences, the young star explained that he’s not into partying like the average teenager. He mentioned that he’d be interested in being at a party that played house music, but not one that plays Waka Flocka Flame’s music. Many people may be skeptical of the 14-year-old teen’s remark, as he was just denied entry into a nightclub with his pal Justin Bieber because he’s underaged.
Read excerpts from the interview below:
Metro: But most teenagers aren’t naturally introspective. Jaden, do you find yourself asking yourself deep questions about your behavior and acting accordingly?
Jaden: Yeah. Other teenagers go to parties and sometimes I be like, “Why am I here right now?” And most of the time, I just leave right then and there. Some things I don’t like to do, that other teenagers do. Everyone thinks that since you make movies, you go to parties, and I like to party, but not normal teenage parties.
Metro: Are you missing out on a good ol’ fashioned American childhood?
Jaden: Not at all. I go out and skate every night. Hang out with people, skate, hang out with more people, skate to their house.
Will: [To Jaden] What do you see as the purpose and point? So you’re not going out and partying — what’s the purpose, what’s the point, what are you doing?
Jaden: It’s not like I don’t want to go to parties because I need to study and go to college; I just don’t wanna go. If they’re gonna play house music, I’m maybe interested, but if it’s some random place and they’re playing Waka Flocka Flame….
Metro: You’re anti-generic.