Poor 50 Cent!
Ch-ch-check out some video form his concert (below)!
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Looks like Kylie Jenner is keeping up with those New Year's resolutions!
Among the goals is to make the upcoming 365 days the "year of the friends."
Tyga's on-again-off-again love shared:
"In 2015, we all kind of got disconnected. I really didn't appreciate my friends as much as I should, and they just like keep me grounded, and if I didn't have them I feel like I really wouldn't be myself, like they hold a part of me. I see more of myself when I hang out with them."
Looks like she's off to a good start!
Kyles captioned the pic:
Jaden Smith is changing the world!
The 17-year-old's new Louis Vuitton ads have gotten a lot of praise for challenging how men and boys should look and dress.
Three cheers for gender fluidity!
The brand's creative director Nicolas Ghesquière also explained why he chose Jaden to appear in the womenswear campaign:
"Why does Jaden Smith star in this campaign? He represents a generation that has assimilated the codes of true freedom, one that is free of manifestos and questions about gender. Wearing a skirt comes as naturally to him as it would to a woman who, long ago, granted herself permission to wear a man's trench or a tuxedo."
"Jaden Smith conveys something very interesting about the integration of a global wardrobe. He's found an instinctive balance that makes his extraordinary attitude a new norm. That really inspired me in the creative process for this collection."
The truth is skirts, robes, dresses, kilts, etc. were a very common form of dress for men throughout history. It's only recently that men have been relegated to wearing only pants.
We welcome this shift in fashion, and hope there's more to come!
[Image via Louis Vuitton]
As we previously EXCLUSIVELY reported, the 17-year-old cryptic tweeter was recently named the new face of Louis Vuitton womenswear (!!!), and on Sunday the brand's creative director Nicolas Ghesquière posted the first ad of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith's son!
Striking an inneresting pose, the budding model looks lost in his own world while wearing a leather jacket, fringed, striped top, and a skirt.
And unless our eyes deceive us, there seems to be a necktie wrapped around his hand.
Nicolas posted a second ad as well:
This is HUGE!
We can't wait to get a peek!
But until then, can we just talk about the genes in this family??
Mama and Papa Smith must feel so proud!
[Image via Jaden Smith/Instagram.]
Nothing to see here!
Kylie Jenner is shutting down speculation that longtime pal Jaden Smith is the reason behind her brief breakup from Tyga last month. In fact, the 18-year-old couldn't be happier for Smith's blossoming relationship with girlfriend Sarah Snyder!
Well, this should be inneresting!
Because of course he is!
A source close to the 17-year-old tells Us Weekly:
"Jaden sees himself as a modern-day prophet and is working on a collection of essays. They're new takes on string theory and chaos theory, but more mystical."
The insider continues:
"Jaden thinks he has spiritual ties to people in other dimensions and galaxies, and they are helping him write. He hopes to have a spiritual following when he releases these."
We certainly can't wait to get our hands on a copy of Jaden's masterpiece — that's for sure!
[Image via WENN.]
Move over, Kanye West!
It looks like another A-list celebrity is innerested in entering politics in the near future. In an interview for the Hollywood Reporter's podcast titled Awards Chatter, Will Smith revealed he has thought about perhaps throwing himself into the politics game.
The 47-year-old shared:
"As I look at the political landscape, I think that there might be a future out there for me. They might need me out there."
Well that's confident. Still, we have a feeling the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air alum would have a better chance at becoming president over Yeezus. Sorry, Kim Kardashian West!
Though, we shouldn't be too shocked by the Oscar nominee's admission as he's been dedicated to making a positive difference through his art — so running for office could be the obvious next step.