'Men In Black' star Will Smith and his son Jaden Smith are on stage at the Miami Science Museum promoting their new movie 'After Earth' during the venue's 'After Earth' Day. Jaden is asked by a host if his career involves doing a bit of everything. 'Yeah, I try', he says. 'Life's too short.' He also mentions that he's working on his second mixtape before realising that the audience want him to spit some lyrics. Will starts beatboxing as Jaden begins his rap.
The father and son recently shot down rumours that Jaden was seeking emancipation from his parents and wanted his own place. He told Ellen Degeneres on her show, 'I'm not going anywhere. I can get anything and everything at his house so I'm going to be there 20, 30 more years.'
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