Jaden Smith has been praised in the past for his charitable nature, but after using his 21st to help the homeless, he wowed fans once again.


Los Angelas, United States – Using a birthday to do more for others is very on trend at the moment. We have covered a handful of stories where people have donated their birthdays to others.

Will Smith’s son Jaden Smith has done the very same for his big birthday. The now 21-year-old got a food truck which travelled around downtown Los Angelas to feed the homeless.

The vegan food truck travelled to Skid Row, notorious for its homeless community, to hand out free meals to everyone.

His birthday was the debut for the food truck, but according to sources, it will pop up a few times again to ensure the homeless get some wholesome meals.

Jaden is a philanthropist at heart, and his foundation has previously supplied water filters to a community in Michigan who were in need.

Jaden has been praised for his efforts and for going against the Hollywood grain, using his big day to do good rather than having a good party.

“I Love You Restaurant Is A Movement That Is All About Giving People What They Deserve, Healthy, Vegan Food For Free. Today We Launched Our First One Day Food Truck Pop-Up in Downtown LA. Keep A Look Out Because This Is The First Of Many”

Take a look at some of the Instagram posts he shared of the food truck making a difference in the lives of the homeless. You can follow the truck’s journey via Instagram here.

Sources: Instagram
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