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Jaden Smith has blasted a hotel for "spiking" his pancakes with cheese. The 18-year-old son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith went on a Twitter rant about the Four Seasons hotel in Toronto, claiming that he
was kicked out of his room at the establishment.
He tweeted: "The Four Seasons In Toronto Just Made Me Want to Throw Up On MySelf.
"I Hope The Four Seasons in Toronto puts me on the no stay list.
"The Four Seasons in Toronto spiked my pancakes with cheese, i'm surprised i'm still alive.
"After they kicked me out of my room (sic)."
Jaden didn't add any further tweets so it's unclear why he stayed on to eat pancakes after allegedly being kicked out of his room.
The hotel has yet to publicly respond.
Jaden is prone to social media outbursts and recently ranted on Instagram Live about his plans to leave Los Angeles for good after failing his driving test.
In the video - which Jaden made in the parking lot of the Department of Motor Vehicles - he said: "It's going to be so funny to tell my dad that I've failed straight up. I'm about to move out of LA. There's a lot of bad things here. Create the life that you want for yourself."
He then cryptically added: "Everybody follow your heart, you know what I'm saying? Do exactly what you want to do, be who you want to be.
Don't try to be somebody else. It's hard these days to really create the life you want for yourself because there's nobody really here that's like supporting the youth or the youths' creativity."
Prince used to lecture Stevie Nicks about her drug use. The 57-year-old singer died last year from an accidental overdose of the prescription painkiller Fentanyl but close pal Stevie, 69 - who previously battled cocaine addiction - revealed Prince used to be extremely anti-drugs and told her off for using them.
Speaking to Event magazine, she said: "He was as against drugs as anybody I've ever known. But what happened with him was that from the very beginning, he was doing insane things like jumping off six-foot risers in little Argentinian heels - and smashing down into the ground.
"He thought I absolutely was going to die of a drugs overdose. This guy gave me a lecture on over-the-counter cough medicine! That's when I was totally a drug addict and he was straight as an arrow. He'd bring me cough medicine when I was sick and then I'd ask for another spoon of it, and he'd go, 'I didn't come here to start you on a new drug!' I'm like, 'Come on, really, please, seriously? Cos I've done way worse.'"
However, these days, Stevie gets her highs from performing on stage.
She said: "When I go up on that stage, that arena is my own personal house of love. And I'm going up there to tell these funny stories and to make people pump their fists in the air. I want to bring joy to these people."
And she is excited about an upcoming Fleetwood Mac tour next year, with no signs of retirement in her future. She said: "Well, we're not young. The thing is, I'm probably still going to be performing long after next year. But as for everybody else, I don't know. We'll be skating into our seventies."
Caitlyn Jenner doesn't see herself doing Keeping Up With The Kardashians anymore.
The I Am Cait star appeared on the E! show many times since its inception but after a big fall out with her ex-wife Kris Jenner and Kris' daughter Kim Kardashian West, she doesn't see herself appearing on the reality show again.
She said: "As of right now, I don't see myself doing that show anymore.
"The show had nothing to do with [my transition]. I was struggling with this stuff way before that show."
And in a candid interview, the 67-year-old star also opened up about her sex life, admitting she has "no appetite for" sex at the moment and wasn't "entirely comfortable" making love to Kris.
never been good
She added to The Sunday Times magazine: "[Sex is about] giving, and while I believe I am better now, I have never been good at it."
Meanwhile, Caitlyn recently revealed she hasn't spoken to Kim "in a long time".
She explained: "I love Kim, I think she's a wonderful person. But, well, to be honest with you, I really haven't talked to her in a long time. I've kind of let everything calm down. So I kind of stay, you know, I keep my distance. I'm out there trying to make a difference in the world.
"There's a lot of drama in the Kardashian family. This is my book about my opinions on things that had happened with me and my family. Any time I express my opinion, you know, with my family, there's always challenges in doing that."
It comes after Kim admitted she doesn't "respect the character" Caitlyn is now showing.
Kim said: "That was my stepdad for so many years. She taught me about character and so much growing up, and I just feel like I don't respect the character that she's showing now ... like there's no need for a book. Tell your story, but just don't bash other people I just think it's not tasteful."