Jaden Smith is an interesting guy. He's the son of Will and Jada, he may or may not be dating Kylie Jenner, and his tweets make him sound like either a Jedi or the second coming of Yeezus. And now, he's looking to become friends with the current most confusing person of Hollywood. Jaden Smith has reached out to Shia LaBeouf and given his support. A Jaden Smith/Shia LaBeouf friendship is probably not something you've ever pondered, but now that you're hearing about it doesn't it sounds so, so right?
On Feb. 17, Smith tweeted, "I Waited In Line Today On Beverly Blvd To See @thecampaignbook I Never Got See Him But I Had A Very Important Message To Deliver." (@thecampaignbook is LaBeouf's twitter handle for those not in the know.) It's not surprising that Smith didn't get in — the lines were very long — but what kind of message could Smith possibly have for LaBeouf that needed to be said in person?
Well, Smith told us just that in another tweet. "I'm Here If You Need A Fellow Insane Person To Talk To. But I'm Seriously Here Not Like One Of Those I'm Here For You's That Everybody Says." So, it didn't really need to be said in person, but I do agree with Smith that walking into the exhibit and telling LaBeouf straight to his tear-covered face that he is insane would've been more effective. It's cool though, Smith made it very clear that he is serious. He's not one of those fake "I'm here for you" people. He's here for real, for real.
Smith continued, "It Was A Message That Only Could Be Understood Artist To Artist. @thecampaignbook I'm Here For You I Believe In What Your Doing." This is a paradox because if Smith didn't see LaBeouf artist to artist, then how can he know the message? Also, NO ONE knows what the message is, so if Jaden Smith really does understand, it'd be great if he could inform the world.
Smith proved his commitment to LaBeouf by making him the only person he follows on Twitter. That is a strong bond right there. This may or may not be the end of Smith's LaBeouf-themed tweets, but for now I leave you with some more wise and unnecessarily capitalized words from Smith.