Aside from being the son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith, as well as a prolific actor himself, Jaden Smith is most well-known for his antics. The 18-year-old has been involved in quite a few peculiar situations, such as dressing up as Batman for his prom due to –– according to him –– the need to "protect everyone," declaring himself a former vampire and even bringing his own hair as his date for an event.
Now his list of strange situations has gotten a little longer. The actor is currently in Toronto filming the live-action adaptation of Mitja Okorn's young adult novel, Life In A Year, in which he co-stars with #CaraDelevigne.
For a period during filming, Smith stayed at the Four Seasons Toronto hotel, although unfortunately, he was not at all happy with his stay. The actor took to Twitter to criticize the hotel, stating his experience was so bad he wanted to throw up and even wished the company would put him on the "No Stay" list.
The actor then revealed what had happened, stating he was lucky to be alive. According to him, the hotel staff "spiked" his pancakes with cheese. Now, if you're wondering why he'd feel so strongly about the possible effects of cheese, Smith has been a vegan since October of last year.
That was a peculiar statement, but what followed was even stranger. Smith went on tweet the hotel spiked his food after kicking him out of his hotel room.
After all of that, one wonders: What happened? Did the Four Seasons actually spike Jaden Smith's pancakes after kicking him out? Well, not quite. You see, there's more to this story than meets the eye.
For starters, it seems #JadenSmith was not coldly kicked out of the hotel. E! News reports that the actor had been staying at the Four Seasons for days. When it came time for him to check out, he wanted to stay longer, so he asked for an extra room at the last minute. However, the hotel was completely booked due to several events taking place in Toronto, so he couldn't extend his stay. According to the site's sources, this got Smith very angry.
Moving onto the pancakes, the hotel is famous for its Lemon Ricotta Hotcakes, which E! News states was what the actor most likely ordered. Here's the thing about those pancakes: Cheese is one of its integral ingredients. In fact, googling the pancakes will immediately pull up the recipe, so it's a bit strange for the actor to say the food was spiked with what was one of the dish's signature ingredients.
Going by those tidbits, it looks like this was more of a mishap on Jaden Smith's part rather than the hotel's. But there you have it, now we can add one more thing to the "never thought I'd hear in my life" list the young actor has worked on for the past few years.
What do you think about Jaden Smith's peculiar case with the Four Seasons? Let me know in the comments!
(Source: E! News)