Jaden Smith Vs XXXTentacion Transformation ★ 2022

The rapper and actor, 23, showed off his ripped muscles in two shirtless selfies on Instagram before heading out to perform on Justin Bieber’s Justice Tour, which was forced to go on a temporary hiatus after Bieber tested positive for COVID-19.

“On the road again,” Smith captioned the post, which also included photos of his sleek hotel room and Louis Vuitton luggage.

Smith has been working on gaining weight ever since his parents — mom Jada Pinkett Smith and dad Will Smith — staged an intervention in 2019 out of concern that he had gotten too skinny.

“Will and I had a bit of an intervention with Jaden because he’s a vegan now, but we realized he wasn’t getting enough protein,” Jada, 50, revealed during a Sept. 2019 episode of her show Red Table Talk. “So he was wasting away. He just looked drained, he was just depleted, he wasn’t getting the nutrients.”

Added Will, 53: “He had the dark circles under his eyes, there was even a little grayness to his skin. We got really nervous, but you are definitely looking better now.”

Jaden reflected on the work he’s put in since then on during a Dec. 2021 appearance with Jada and his grandmother Adrienne “Gammy” Banfield-Norris, saying that he’s changed up his diet and started adding muscle.

“I was able to work with the doctors and really get my vitamins and get my supplements and protein shakes,” he said. “That’s half of my diet. It’s like a password that I have to find to my body. I’m like, 10 lbs. heavier now at this point.”

Jaden explained that he’s been hitting the gym to bulk up, and pointed out how different he looks after they showed shirtless pictures of him performing in 2019.

“That was a long way from where I was when I was at Coachella, where I just was like, bones,” he said, looking at the photos. “I thought I was so tight. I was like, ‘This. I’m swagging on this. Like, I need to take off my shirt right now.’ ”

A few weeks before he was shot and killed last month, the 20-year-old rapper XXXTentacion was on the phone with the record executive who had taken the first chance on him, hammering out a contract for his much-anticipated next release.

Since barreling into the mainstream last year, XXXTentacion had become one of rap’s biggest and most controversial new stars, with a No. 1 album and a fervent congregation of young fans.

At the same time, disturbing allegations of abuse had made him a potentially toxic business partner, especially after Spotify briefly banned his music from its playlists under a short-lived “hateful conduct” policy.

Yet even with the Spotify scandal still dampening his business, XXXTentacion signed a new agreement with Empire, an independent music company that last summer had released his first album, “17.”

The latest deal, for XXXTentacion’s third official release, was worth about $10 million, according to three people briefed on the terms — a rich sum for a young artist, but also only the latest sign of a heated market for online rap stars.

Ghazi Shami, the founder of Empire, said that XXXTentacion — a prolific creator who started his career posting tracks by the dozen to the streaming site SoundCloud — had finished “a significant amount of material” for the new record, but there were no firm plans for its release. (Mr. Shami declined to comment on the size of the deal.)

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