We Love You: Jaden Smith celebrates 21st birthday feeding the homeless

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Fresh off his 21st birthday this past Monday, Jaden Smith has been known for his entrepreunierial spirit and continues to make an impact. Smith shared on his Instagram, @c.syresmith, his launched vegan pop-up food truck called "I Love You Restaurant". The pop-up truck will bring food to Skid Row residents, an area in Los Angeles containing one of the largest homeless populations in the U.S. 

Smith explained in his post: "The @ILoveYouRestaurant" is a movement that is all about giving what they deserve. Healthy, free vegan food for free. Today, we launched our first One Day Food Truck pop-up Downtown LA. Keep a look out because this is the first of many #JADENinc"

This isn't the first time he's made an effort to better the population. The young artist announced his donation to the Filnt, Michigan efforts to a Water Box mobile filtration system during a suprise appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show this past JuneStemming from his company launch last year, JUST Water, he aims to stop pollution by creating bottles made of renewable resources.

"When I was young, I would be surfing and would go to school and learn about the Pacific patches and how there's plastic floating in the ocean. That's what really inspired us as a family to start JUST", Jaden explained on the Today Show.  

All the while, Smith recently unveiled his sophomore album, Erys, released July 4th, available on all platforms. 

Follow Jaden on his Instagram @c.syresmith.

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