Jaden Smith’s God-Inspired 666 Clothing Line

UPDATE: We typically like to report on all things awesome. However sometimes we get duped too. The story turns out to be a fake. Our apologies for not doing our research.

Jaden Smith has designed his own “God-inspired” 666 clothing line. As if there isn’t enough reason to think that Will Smith and family have lost their minds with their conversion to Scientology.

A lot of strange things have been quoted recently from the Smith kids regarding spirituality but this new announcement may be the most outrageous yet. Though many may consider this to be much-ado about nothing, bare in mind that whether we like it or not, Will and Jada’s kids are considered role models for many of American youth. Don’t be surprised to see other kids wearing these clothes in the near future.

Smith stated, “God exists in all things that surround the fire that burns in the sky. She is responsible for all spontaneous ideas. In fact, 666 is not an evil number. This number is actually three part and represents the six angels that descended from the six Heavens, who are searching for the six prophets who are meant to lead the masses. Each prophet will be the exalted leader of that heaven. I have been chosen by one of those angels as one of those prophets. This line is not just clothing. Clothing is meant to cover, while 666 is meant to transform. To wear these clothes is to seek protection from the ills of the world and to pledge allegiance to my Heaven”.

There is nothing short of frustrating while reading the above quote, and a ridiculous amount of things that are biblically wrong with the statement. Let’s just consider what he has said from the perspective of an impressionable mind:

-God is mentioned as being female

-The fire that burns in the sky? You mean the sun?

-666 is not an evil number and it’s transforming? The clothing provides protection?

Granted I don’t think this is the ushering of the anti-Christ into the world, but such callous consideration of biblical truths can’t lead to good things. In other words, an utter disregard and downplaying of a concept that most Christians consider to be pretty evil is not a good sign.

 

Drew Koehler

Founder and writer for Geeks Under Grace. Christian, Husband, Father, Sailor and Geek!

4 Comments

  1. Tyler Smith on January 8, 2015 at 4:13 am

    The entire idea of his 666 line is fake in the first place. This interview with Rolling Stone never happened, if you google it. The entire thing came from The News Nerd, which is a satire site like Onion.

    http://www.snopes.com/media/notnews/prophetjaden.asp

  2. Chase on January 8, 2015 at 2:43 am

    Funny thing is “666” might not even be the right number. =D

  3. Michael M. on January 8, 2015 at 2:30 am

    I am speechless. With all the money, fame, and influence in the world this kid has….he’s a prophet and he owns a heaven. Righttttttttttttttttttttttttttt

  4. daniel on January 8, 2015 at 1:54 am

    Well… That was unexpected…

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