Jaden Smith Wore BATMAN Costume At Kim Kardashian & Kanye West's Wedding
Riddle me this, riddle me that, why did Will Smith's son, Jaden ("After Earth"), wear a Batman costume to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's wedding extravaganza?
On May 24th, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were officially wed. It place in Florence, Italy and the honeymoon was one night in Paris. The lavish ceremony was attended by many of their big-time celebrity friends like Brittny Gastineau, La La Anthony, Milika Haqq and Robin Antin of the Pussycat Dolls.
One celebrity guest in attendance was a bit of a joker, Jaden Smith ("After Earth") showed up in a Batman costume. Which I would be totally fine with if Jaden hadn't committed the cardinal sin of wearing white to a wedding. How dare Jaden show up the bride by wearing white. That was Kim's special day and it was ruined because the Karate Kid didn't know basic wedding etiquette.
The absolute gall of Jaden to do that in the presence of Kimye, a power-couple that has replaced the stuffy Kennedys as the new American royalty. Kim, roes to fame by sweating and grinding out an amazing performance in the widely-popular independent film shot by amatuer filmmaker Ray J, doesn't deserve that type of disrespect.
Just take solace in the fact that Jaden can't be Batman forever.
Let me be semi-serious for a moment. See the image above? It is a screengrab from the video below. Now some of you outside of the greatest country in the world aren't able to see it, but it is an SNL (Saturday Night Live) sketch that aired several weeks before Kim and Kanye got married. In it, comedian/actor Jay Pharaoh does his amazing impression of Kanye, and at one point he shows an image of the wedding outfit he designed for himself. Skip to the 3:50 mark to view it. As you can see the design is of a white Batman costume. Clearly, Jaden was just having some fun with Kanye by wearing the costume that SNL joked about. That's why he wore the costume. Sorry, just felt as though people were taking this a bit too seriously. Relax, he was just having fun, like a teenager should.
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