Continuing, Will went on to praise his son for also “being courageous enough to try something new, and persistent enough to stick to it for years even when it knocks you down.”
Showing how much his son has grown over the years, Will proceeded to share footage of himself teaching Jaden how to skateboard, followed by a clip of his son falling, and getting back up, while attempting to do fancy tricks on his own.
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Will went on to add that Jaden wasn’t the only one who was nervous that Coachella day.
“You were nervous, shoot I was nervous,” he shared, as he rolled clips of himself walking out onstage. “But we did the damn thing out there.”
The clip ended with the pair hugging it out onstage, before the proud papa shared one last clip of his son as a boy, goofing off for the cameras.
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During the actual performance last month, the Coachella crowd went wild as the elder Smith showed off his musical chops.
Later, both father and son shared the same video to their Instagram accounts. “Done Did ‘dat!” the Bad Boys star captioned the video, adding the hashtag #coachella. Meanwhile, Jaden wrote: “I Love You Coachella.”
This isn’t the first time the younger Smith made this year’s Coachella a family affair.
During his performance in the first weekend of this year’s music festival, his sister Willow Smith, 18, made a surprise appearance onstage, along with family friend Jordyn Woods.