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The Clean Cut: Will Smith lovingly mocks son Jaden's video

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The Clean Cut: Will Smith lovingly mocks son Jaden's video

Actor, musician and comedian Will Smith recently parodied his son Jaden Smith's music video "Icon." Pictured in 2011 from left to right: Jaden, Willow, Will and Jada Pinkett Smith.


Most dads love to tease their kids, but what happens when the dad is a world-famous actor, musician and comedian and the son is a rising star in the entertainment world? You get Will Smith's latest video mocking his son Jaden Smith's music video, "Icon."

Jaden Smith released his debut hip-hop album "Syre" in November 2017, which recently crossed the hundred million streams mark on Spotify. His music video "Icon" is a track off the album.

To congratulate his son, Will Smith made a parody of the "Icons" video, where he appears dressed similarly to Jaden Smith in "Icons," wearing thick gold chains around his neck, a denim cut-off shirt and a pair of short shorts. At one point in the video, his grill falls out of his mouth and he stuffs it back in.

At the end of the video, Will Smith says to his son, "J-Diggy, I'm proud of you, baby — one hundred million streams! Congratulations, man … I love you!"

You can watch Will Smith's parody video here.
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