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24 April 2024

Will Smith spoofs Jaden Smith's Icon video

Photo: Instagram

By Bang

Will Smith has made a hilarious spoof of son Jaden Smith's music video for hit 'Icon' t celebrate it reaching 100 million streams.

The 'Gettin' Jiggy Wit It' hitmaker told his 19-year-old rapper son that it was a "delicious gift", for a parent to see their child succeed.

Will, 49, shared the clip on Instagram of him dressed up as Jaden, recreating scenes from the 'Icon' video as he lip-syncs to the track.

He wrote: "Congrats on 100,000,000 @Spotify streams, Jaden! @c.syresmith It is a Delicious Gift to a Parent to Admire his children. Keep Doin' You! [sic]"

The 'Men In Black' star is shown tripping over his slippers as he dances as well as his gold grill falling out of his mouth as he teases his son.

And the end he shouts to camera: "J Diggy! I'm proud of you baby. Congrats. I love you."

Jaden thanked his father, commenting on the clip: "Dad this is the funniest thing I've ever seen in my life. You're the best father anyone could ask for. Thank you for allowing me to express myself even when I take it to far sometimes. I love you more than you will ever know because you taught me how to love. Also thank you for having the best Instagram on planet earth. [sic]"

Will only joined Instagram in December and has since used the social media app to pay tribute to wife Jada Pinkett Smith on their 20th wedding anniversary, as well as document his heart-stopping encounter with a giant crocodile.

The 'I Am Legend' actor fed the terrifying reptile during his visit to Wild Life Sydney in Australia, and Will has given his followers a behind-the-scenes insight into his nervy experience with the crocodile.

Looking into the camera, with the reptile appearing over his shoulder, Will said: "Welcome to the Will Smith first episode of 'When dumb people get bit'. We're about to feed this crocodile. This feels stupid. Here we go, y'all..."