Sunday, September 25, 2016

Jaden Smith Dead: Who Killed the Actor? Mystery Solved

Jaden Smith Dead: Who Killed the Actor? Mystery Solved

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The mystery of Jaden Smith dead is not over. The actor has again become the target of death hoax and Internet seems to enjoying read about Jaden Smith dead or Jaden Smith suicide. The web has gone to an extent of circulating a video that shows the actor allegedly coming suicide. It is not the first time that The Karate Kid actor has been surrounded by death rumors. Jaden Smith has been dead since he was just 14-years-old.

However, the rumors of Jaden Smith dead did intensify a lot this summer when Internet linked it to his fake suicide video. Though none of it is true but various websites have time and again come up with articles related to Jaden Smith’s death. An article also showed suicide video that featured his plan to taking his own life and bidding adieu.

However, Jaden Smith fans will be happy to know that none of these rumors are true. Jaden’s dad Will Smith debunked the rumors after getting Jaden Smith with him in Japan where they two attended the Suicide Squad premiere. Jaden Smith has also released a new music video with Rich the Kid, Like This.

Another proof that Jaden Smith is not dead is that he is still very much active on his social media accounts and keeps posting various pictures. The actor is enjoying his life and also attended Drake’s L.A. concert on Sept. 7. with Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth. The social media went on to the extent of saying that Jaden Smith committed suicide since he is not having a good time with his girlfriend Sarah Snyder, 21, who wasn’t able to accompany him for Drake’s concert.

However, Jaden looked good at the concert and did not show any signs of depression. There is also speculation in the media that Will and Jada Smith’s marriage is getting into trouble because of Jaden Smith’s dead hoaxes. None of this is true and the representative from Smith’s family have not confirmed any of these viral reports in media.