Jaden Smith is who has always been fighting for the homeless is still fighting against homelessness by opening a restaurant to help provide free meals to those in need.
According to Variety Reports, the rapper/actor is expanding his ‘I Love You’ food truck initiative into a full-blown restaurant to feed the homeless,
“It’s for homeless people to get free food,” Smith said. “But if you’re not homeless, not only do you have to pay, but you have to pay for more than the food’s worth so that you can pay for the person behind you.”
The restaurant plan is coming two years after Jaden Smith launched his series of vegan food trucks aimed at providing free healthy sustainable meals to the homeless community in Los Angeles’s Skid Row area. His mobile ”I Love You;; Restaurant passed out brown paper bags that included bowls of carrots and kale to some of the 8,000 people estimated to live in the area.
Speaking on his food truck initiative on Instagram, his eldest sibling of both Will and Jada Pinkett Smith’s two kids explained how his ‘I Love You’ restaurant
“is a movement that is all about giving people what they deserve, healthy, vegan food for free.” He teased that more trucks were coming in the future. “Keep a look out,” he told his followers.
Jaden Smith’s father, Will Smith, also shared that Jaden’s food truck idea was how his son chose to celebrate his 21st birthday. “Now THAT is the way to Celebrate your Bday!! I love U, Diggy,” the father wrote.
“Our Mission is to spread Love to communities experiencing food and/or housing insecurity by offering water along with fresh, high-quality, and delicious sustainable meal options,” his company website states.
We have no idea on when The Get Down star’s new restaurant will open or where it will be located. But when considering Smith’s latest initiatives, it’s clear he’ll keep his word.
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