Jaden Smith arriving at his 21st birthday bash at Poppy nightclub after declaring he’s becoming a ‘full-time inventor’ of new technology.
The singer arrived at his birthday bash with hot pink hair and wearing an ERYS hot pink hoodie, yellow graphic tee, ripped jeans, and grey New Balance sneakers.
Jaden was dripping in diamonds — sporting diamond-studded rings, diamond chainlink bracelets, gold watch, and hot pink chainlink necklace with a matching bracelet.
The 21-year-old declared to Complex magazine that he’s changing professions from singer to a full-time inventor of technology after recently dropping Erys album on July 5.
“I want the world to know that I am switching professions and that I am becoming a full-time inventor,” he said during the interview. “I’m going to spend all of my time inventing new technologies because I think I’m better at that than making music.”
The vegan, who brought Kambucha to his party, is already trying to change the world with an organically vegan food truck serving the homeless on Skid Row of Los Angeles and creating a water filtration system for the people of Flint, Michigan.
The I Love You Restaurant food truck made the first delivery of vegan food to people in need over the weekend — ‘Today We Launched Our First One Day food Truck Pop-Up in Downtown LA. Keep A Look Out Because This Is The First of Many’ — Jaden posted on his IG sharing a video of his philanthropic efforts.
Jaden (as he would like to be referred to now, no Smith) got inspired to help the homeless people of Skid Row while filming music videos for ERYS and realizing the severity of the problem.
He explained his thought process to Complex — “So every day on set, I would see homeless people around, just walking around wondering what we were doing. I really wanted to make really epic videos. So we would find places that were full of all this trash and find a place that homeless people used to live and that are not staying there right now. We would lay down in this place and shoot the videos there in all of this trash to push the energy of this album. Being there and seeing the conditions that these people are living in and what it’s like, it made me be like, “You know what? When you’re exposed to something and you see it and you can’t turn a blind eye to it, then you try to do something about it.” I was like, I want to give out free food to the entire community.”
The young budding star isn’t dropping music for good, however, he’s just not calling himself a musician anymore — “I’m still going to make music because I invent new songs,” he said. “I invent new ways to make music, but I’m not a musician.”