Jaden Smith denies swearing at fan online
Los Angeles - Jaden Smith has denied launching a foul-mouthed rant at a female fan online.
A message appeared on an Instagram account believed to belong to the 14-year-old The Karate Kid
actor, who is the son of Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith, featuring a string of obscene remarks.
The message read: "B***h a** n***a lil a** girls stop hiding Android stank p***y a** lil girl the whole sea live in yo p***y wanna be MSFTS can't afford to get ya hair did but you f**king with my fans get ha get your life together (sic)."
The comment, which was posted by what is believed to be the young star's handle @letsmakeitdotorg
, came in response a fan who said: "Let me shut Up Yo" after the account holder initially stepped in when she called another fan fat in a heated debate.
Jaden quickly took to his official Twitter account
to deny the rant was posted by him.
He wrote: "I Would Never Say Anything Like That To Anyone Let Alone A Women I Stand For My Republic Msfts Over All."
A spokesperson for the actor also told GossipCop.com
: "This was 100% not him."
Some of the actor's fans believe the message was posted from a parody of Jaden's Instagram account, which uses a lower-case L in place of the I in the handle.