Jaden Smith 'disgusted’ by YouTuber Shane Dawson for sexualising sister Willow Smith

Brenda Watkins
June 28, 2020

Post Jaden Smith's tweet, Jada Pinkett Smith too wrote, "To Shane Dawson ..."

"I'm so sorry to anyone that noticed that and likewise noticed that individuals had been lifting me up and saying, 'You're so humorous, Shane, '" Dawson stated. He also sexualizes the lyrics to Smith's 2010 debut single, "Whip My Hair".

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In a twenty-minute video entitled 'Taking Accountability', he addressed his fans, saying he has done a lot of things in his past that he "hates", and he wishes he could make them go away.

It was not immediately clear when exactly the video was recorded or who undug and shared it, but the clip triggered an vast scandal online, propelling Dawson into the top Twitter trends and prompting shocked response from the members of Smith family.

American YouTuber Shane Dawson has been mired in controversy in recent weeks after a number of his earlier videos featuring him wearing blackface and uttering "racist" remarks emerged online.

Jada also took a moment to address Breonna's grieving mother, Tamika Palmer, "From one family to another - to Tamika, we wanted to come here, show her love and amplify your voice and amplify the life of your daughter".

Shane concluded his video by apologizing to James Charles, who was the subject of criticism following last year's infamous feud with fellow beauty guru Tati Westbrook. I didn't do the work.

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In another tweet, he added: 'This Man Was Also Doing Black Face On The Regular. As The Youth We Need To Support Creators Who Support Us And Our Morals. There's no excuse for it, there's literally no excuse. I just said: 'Oh, this is amusing, ' and put it on the internet.' Now, I look back at that - when I say that I hate that person, I mean it in the most intense way.

"It's not a amusing word".

Dawson released a video to his 23 million subscribers on Friday apologising for using blackface and racial slurs in his videos.

In hindsight, Shane explained, "This video is coming from a place of just wanting to own up to my s-t, wanting to own up to everything I've done on the internet that has hurt people, that has added to the problem, that has not been handled well".

Now, in a time of reckoning for more and more internet personalities, Shane said he's "willing to lose everything" because of his actions.

Insider has contacted representatives for Shane Dawson for comment.

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