Jaden Smith Accused The Four Seasons Hotel In Toronto Of Spiking His Pancakes With Death-Killing Cheese 

May 29, 2017 / Posted by:

When The Four Seasons hotel in Toronto, Ontario saw that Jaden Smith was booked into their fine establishment for a stay, you would think they would have rolled out the cosmic glitter carpet and made all his entitled rich kid dreams come true. They didn’t. According to Jaden Smith, they actually made things purposely shitty for him.

E! News says Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s son is currently in Toronto filming the movie Year in a Life, and he was put up at The Four Seasons. Jaden had some issues with the hotel over the weekend, and on Saturday he took to Twitter to voice his displeasure. Jaden tweeted that the Four Seasons kicked him out and tried to kill him by slipping cheese into his pancakes.

Jaden is vegan, which would explain why he was so pissed about finding cheese in his pancakes.

This is some high level drama, and that’s saying a lot, considering it happened in the city responsible for the peak-drama of Degrassi High. I really wish Jaden had elaborated a little and let us know what led to him getting evicted from one of Toronto’s fancier hotels. The only thing I can think might make a Canadian angry enough to poison someone’s pancakes would be talking shit about Mr. Dressup or being asked to say “aboot.” It’s “a-boat“, gosh darn it! Just hearing “aboot” makes me so angry, I can barely apologize. I still will (at least 4 times), but trust me, it’s a real struggle.

Pic: Wenn.com

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