Jaden Smith calls Tyler, the Creator his 'boyfriend' at his Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival

Jaden iterated his love on Twitter, and Tyler, the Creator took no time to respond to the tweet, saying, "hahaha you a crazy n***a man."


                            Jaden Smith calls Tyler, the Creator his 'boyfriend' at his Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival

Has Jaden Smith really found true love? The 'Karate Kid' star was recently performing at Tyler, the Creator's 2018 Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, which took place at the Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, where he gave his fans a huge surprise by declaring his relationship status with Tyler, The Creator.

"I just wanna say Tyler, The Creator is the best friend in the world. And I love him so f***ing much, and I wanna tell you guys something, I wanna tell you, Tyler doesn’t wanna say, but Tyler is my mother f***ing boyfriend."

Jaden Smith attends the 28th Annual EMA Awards Ceremony at Montage Beverly Hills on May 22, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images,)
Jaden Smith attends the 28th Annual EMA Awards Ceremony at Montage Beverly Hills on May 22, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images,)

"And he's been my mother f***ing boyfriend my whole f***ing life," added Smith, a moment on stage that was captured by a lot of fans, including the MyMixtapez Instagram page and others on social media like Twitter user @NickiGoat.

Tyler, the Creator, whose real name is Tyler Gregory Okonma, on the other hand, was seen laughing off the entire episode, and at one point, he was even seen giving Smith the 'finger'.

After the moment had passed, a man showed up on stage, as captured in the video, who said something to the actor, and that's when Smith turned back to the crowd and said the fire marshal is about to "shut us down", further asking fans at the event to move a little towards the back.



 

Once that was out of the way, Smith again yelled, "Tyler, the Creator is my f***ing boyfriend," while Tyler kept laughing on the screen of the video monitor when Smith said that. "If you take anything away from this f***ing show, that's what you need to take away," Smith added, before going back to his set. 

To confirm everyone's suspicions, the rapper once again professed his love for Tyler, tweeting at 2:41 AM, "Yup @tylerthecreator I Told Everyone You Can't Deny It Now."

Tyler, who took no time to respond to the tweet, wrote back saying, "hahaha you a crazy n***a man."

Tyler The Creator performs onstage during the 2017 Panorama Music Festival at Randall's Island on July 28, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for Panorama)
Tyler The Creator performs onstage during the 2017 Panorama Music Festival at Randall's Island on July 28, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for Panorama)

After this, neither Smith nor Tyler have spoken about this exchange of theirs, be it social media or out in the press in general. Smith, who is the son of legendary actor Will Smith, has previously spoken about how he considers himself to be "gender fluid," but has never come to openly discuss his sexuality ever before.

On the other hand, Tyler, The Creator, who has previously been slammed by the public for using homophobic slurs in his music, has multiple times fired back that he is not homophobic in interviews. He also said in a 2015 Rolling Stone interview that he would "go gay" for Leonardo DiCaprio in 1996, even tweeting a photo of him from the 1996 movie 'Romeo + Juliet' with, "yes boyfriend yes." 

Back in 2015, Tyler sent out another tweet, that said, "I TRIED TO COME OUT THE DAMN CLOSET LIKE FOUR DAYS AGO AND NO ONE CARED HAHAHHAHAHA." But in spite of all this, it is still unclear as to whether the drama onstage by Smith was just a practical joke between the two friends or an actual declaration of love, which is something we all hope to find out as soon as we can.