JADEN Smith’s mood appeared far from neutral as he drove away from his father Will Smith’s home on Monday.
The new photos came a day after the actor beat Chris Rock at the 2022 Oscars.
Jaden, 23, drove home after visiting his father in new photos.
A day earlier, his father Will, 53, had both won an Oscar for the film King Richard and punched comedian Chris on stage after a swing-and-miss joke.
Jaden reportedly spent just under two hours at his dad’s LA pad before driving himself home in his Tesla.
He stared blankly into the silver car while wearing a necklace and looking unhappy.
Jaden previously took to Twitter to defend father Will’s actions following the shocking televised event.
In response to the evening, he simply wrote: “And that’s how we do it.”
Jaden also posted a selfie and wrote, “My dad’s speech made me cry,” before promptly deleting it from his feed.
Will accepted the Oscar for best actor shortly after the unplanned violent viral slap in the face.
Jaden is the second child of Will and Jada Pinkett. His siblings are Willow, 21, and half-brother Trey, 29.
Trey’s mother is Sheree Zampino, Will’s ex-wife.
Jaden is a hip-hop singer and previously an actor, starring in a 2010 Karate Kid remake and a sci-fi film After Earth with his father — who partially wrote it.
However, he seems to have shied away from the film world and now mainly makes music.
Jaden has been romantically linked to several A-listers including Vanessa Hudgens’ younger sister Stella, Kylie Jenner and Sarah Snyder.
He is said to have been associated with Tyler the Creator for several years; However, Tyler never commented on their relationship.
In 2020, Smith tweeted, “My boyfriend just won a Grammy” when Tyler took the stage for his win for the album IGOR, though they could only have been joking.
Since then, Smith has been spotted out with others, including kissing Cara Delevingne on Valentine’s Day 2021.
He was most recently linked to Sab Zada, and the two visited Disneyland together on Valentine’s Day 2022.
A day after the shocking slap, Will also apologized extensively via Instagram.
He wrote: “Violence in all its forms is poisonous and destructive. My behavior at the Oscars last night was unacceptable and inexcusable.
“Jokes at my expense are part of the job, but a joke about Jada’s health was too much for me and I reacted emotionally.
“I want to publicly apologize to you, Chris. I was out of line and I was wrong.”
Will finished his message before signing off: “I’m in the works.”
It’s unclear if the Fresh Prince of Bel Air star has spoken to Chris since the slap, although TMZ reported Monday that the two have not yet been in touch.
The poorly received joke referenced Jada’s hair loss, with Chris saying, “Jada love you GI Jane 2 can’t wait to see it.”
Jada, 50, is said to have struggled with hair loss for years, which is why she decided to shave it off.
Seconds after the comment, Will stormed the stage, then sat back down and yelled at the audience, “Keep my wife’s name out of your damn mouth.”
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https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/4998792/will-smith-jaden-upset-photos-chris-rock-slap/ Will Smith’s son Jaden looks upset as he leaves his father’s house a day after actor beat Chris Rock at the Oscars