Jaden Smith Got Really Mad At Ricotta Pancakes
Staying at luxury hotels is hard, sometimes.
Even when staying at a five-star hotel, there's no guarantee that you'll be allowed to extend your check-out date or book an extra room if the hotel is already packed.
Furthermore, when you order pancakes at a luxury hotel, they may come with cheese in them.
Jaden Smith learned these unfortunate truths this weekend, while staying at the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto in Canada.
For reference, Smith is in Toronto filming "Life in a Year," a movie about a 17-year-old who sets out to give his girlfriend an entire life in a year, after finding out that she is terminally ill.
On Saturday, the 18-year-old actor took to Twitter to let the world know just how bad his experience at the Four Seasons was.
In a series of four tweets, Smith announced to his Twitter followers everything that was wrong with his stay.
"The Four Seasons In Toronto Just Made Me Want to Throw Up On MySelf," reads Smith's first Tweet in the series.
Why did the Four Seasons Toronto make Will Smith's son want to throw up on himself? Only the next few tweets will tell ...
"I Hope The Four Seasons In Toronto Puts Me On The No Stay List," reads Smith's next Tweet.
Presumably, Smith's experience was so bad that he hopes to not be able to stay at the Four Seasons Toronto again even if he wanted to.
The last two tweets finally shed some light on the situation.
Tweet No. 3 reads: “The Four Seasons In Toronto Spiked My Pancakes With Cheese, I'm Surprised I'm Still Alive.”
Smith is vegan. According to E! News, the Four Seasons is famous for their “Lemon Ricotta Hotcakes,” which are also served at the Four Seasons Toronto.
For those who aren't aware, ricotta is a variety of cheese.
After the tweet about the pancake cheese-“spiking,” Smith finished by tweeting, “After They Kicked Me Out Of My Room.”
Smith wanted to extend his check-out date at the end of his stay, but his request could not be accommodated. He also asked for an extra room, but the hotel was completely booked and could not provide one, a source told E! News.
The Four Seasons Toronto recently tweeted out a photo of their famous ricotta pancakes, with this caption: “Lemon Ricotta Pancakes, so famous, even @PageSix is talking about them.”
Perhaps they're having a little fun with this?