Will Smith has pranked Jaden yet again by adding a whole new verse to his sons 2017 track Icon.
The 49-year-old actor had previously made a parody version of the songs music video, but now hes gone the whole hog and dropped a new verse for it too.
Boy you know why you is an icon living? You was born from an icon living, raps Will, poking fun at his offsprings lyrics.
The reggaeton remix – as Will dubs his update – goes onto to show different clips from the earlier parody version, in which he can be seen wearing the same outfits Jaden chose for his own video.
Eventually, the Bright star is pictured learning Spanish from Nicky Jam in the studio. Jam also featured on Jadens original.
Mr July then proceeds to reel off an accomplished few lines in Spanish, sounding much more fluent than we expected.
Smith posted the new update to his Instagram account, with the caption: Ive been wanting to get on this FOREVER!! You Smashed this one, Jaden! @c.syresmith Hey, @nickyjampr… Thanx for gettin my Español TIGHT!
This is a classic dad move from Big Willy, who is known for pranking his son in high profile situations.
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Luckily, it doesnt appear to have affected Jadens confidence too much. But Will and his wife Jadas approach to parenting has been described as unique in the past.
For example, in 2013, Will revealed that they dont punish their children.
Our concept is, as young as possible, give them as much control over their lives as possible, Will said. And the concept of punishment… it has a little too much of a negative quality.
They dont make the kids clean their rooms either, which sounds like a sweet deal to us.
You would never tell a full-grown adult to clean their room, so we dont tell our kids to clean their rooms, Will told Haute Living.
We tell our kids, “You dont have a room, thats our room and we are letting you borrow it.”
He continued: So the same way you would say to an adult if you let them use your car, you say, “Yo man, clean my car! Dont drive around all filthy like that!”
What? No room? Glad you didnt raise us, Will.
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