Jaden Smith recently sat down with Bill Bradley of Huffington Post to talk about his new film, new album, aliens, and Wakanda.
The 20-year-old actor, rapper, and activist revealed a lot about himself in a very diversely themed interview with Huffington Post.
Jaden and interviewer Bill Bradley discussed Jaden’s new film, Skate Kitchen, his new album, Syre: The Electric Album, sandwiches, politics, and aliens. But most interestingly, Bradley discovered that Jaden believes in Wakanda.
Ok, maybe not the actual home of the Black Panther and his people, but he does believe in a place similar to the Marvel Studios creation.
Specifically, he said,
“The technology that we’re currently at is not the maximum of the human capability and that there are places in the world where their technology supersedes what we see here on a daily basis. It’s made by humans, and it should be acknowledged, and it should be looked at because it could heal a lot of problems.”
Essentially, he believes that Earth is home to a material like vibranium — the Wakandan metal that is stronger than steel, yet is extremely light and absorbs vibration.
Some people think he’s just a kid with fantasies.
— Big Time (@bigtimewazever) August 9, 2018
Don't tell him about Santa
Or the tooth fairy
— john william osullivan (@putlock) August 9, 2018
Jaden Smith is convinced that a place like Wakanda in 'Black Panther' actually exists
— Al Facts (@AlFacts2016) August 10, 2018
But others think he’s onto something.
He's not the only one..many people believe that Wakanda Is a real place. ♂️
— JD (@Radande) August 9, 2018
He is probably right
— Graham Huston (@HustonGraham) August 10, 2018
I believe it
— EHA ROUGE (@EhaRouge) August 9, 2018
I agree with some of what he say. However I think advanced technology is accessible by many governments and those who can be called “elites”, not necessary one place or one nation
— Aylul (@vgolayath) August 9, 2018
Jaden Smith really believes that there’s a place out there like Wakanda.. and I’ve never felt more connected to someone in my life
— Hannah Thornton (@hannahmarjori) August 10, 2018
Wakanda forever https://t.co/rO98WP7JZo
— Brian Patrick (@BrianPatrick247) August 10, 2018
— Jordan Murphy (@freshphotoblog) August 9, 2018
Not sure what I believe, but one thing I do know… Wakanda forever!