Jaden Smith claims Four Seasons spiked his pancakes, kicked him out

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I used that ^^ picture because as you read this story, please remember is revolves around a person who accessorized his Met Gala outfit with his own severed ponytail. With that in mind, The Four Seasons Toronto tried to kill Jaden Smith. At least, according to Jaden they did. Also according to Jaden, they threw him out first and then tried to kill him. By spiking his pancake. With cheese. Those bastards.

Jaden was in Toronto filming the movie Life In A Year with Cara Delevingne. Up until Saturday, he was staying at the lush hotel with no issue. But then everything went wrong and Jaden felt compelled to voice all his grievances. Jaden fired off a series of accusations on Twitter about the hotel.

He led with his torture:

Then… actually, I don’t really know why this was necessary:

And that’s when they tried to kill him:

And then there’s the backstory (dun-dun-DUN!):

In his defense, 140 characters does not always let one give the full story so some parts must be left out. In Jaden’s case, he chose to leave out the “truth” parts.

So, let’s walk through the series of events with some more context. Jaden’s objection to the appearance of cheese in his pancakes is because he’s a vegan so yes, this would cause him distress and I am sorry if he got sick from it, just as I am sure the hotel was. However, the spiked claim is going to be hard to prove considering the dish is listed on the menu – and the entire chain is famous for – “Lemon Ricotta Hotcakes.” Whereas you can hold a hotel accountable for many things, reading comprehension is not one of them. As for being thrown out of his room – again, Jaden took liberties with the truth there. He’d been at the hotel for a few days already when he decided he wanted to extend his stay but in a bigger suite. The hotel was sold out due to multiple events happening in town this week and all they had available was a suite similar to the one he already had. So, when his request for an additional room could not be met, he stormed into the restaurant and ordered the wrong thing. WHY MUST THE WORLD VEX JADEN SMITH SO?!?

As of this writing, the tweets still exist. He has not deleted them nor apologized for any misunderstanding. As for his tweet about hoping that he is on the no stay list? Dude, don’t stay there. It’s not their responsibility to ban you just like it wasn’t their responsibility to kick out another guest for you or walk you through every item on the menu.

I keep wanting Jaden to have a terrific sense of humor and hope he’s just being ironic but he consistently proves me wrong.

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  1. Hunter says:

    Special snowflake.

  2. JustME says:

    As a vegan he should know that Ricotta is cheese.

    • Luca76 says:

      Uhh pancakes without ricotta contains milk. and eggs. I think he has no idea what veganism actually means.

      • JustME says:

        That may very well be.

      • manta says:

        I was wandering that too. There are many options to make veagn pancakes at home but I assume that the ones on hotels menus are the standard ones with eggs and milk.

      • Katie says:

        Exactly. If you order pancakes from anywhere other than a vegan restaurant, and they aren’t very clearly labelled on the menu as vegan, you getting the very opposite of a vegan product. Almost all basic pancakes include milk and eggs, and many will be cooked with or topped with butter. He clearly didn’t ask for vegan substitutions, because then he would have been told what ricotta is.

        This guy is just a spectacular moron.

      • NtSoSclBtrfly says:

        You beat me to it. What a dolt he is.

      • Ramona says:

        But surely the Four Seasons would have a vegan and vegetarian menu. Is it possible that he told them he wanted the vegan version of ricotta pancakes and thats why he is mad? I know its Jaden but waiters flub orders even at the Four Seasons

      • Luca76 says:

        @Ramona I actually took a second and you’re right that they have a vegan menu but there are no pancakes on it. He’s just an entitled little dunce.

        http://www.fourseasons.com/content/dam/fourseasons/images/web/NYF/PDFs/NYF-The-Garden-Breakfast-Menu-0417.pdf

      • Cran says:

        @ Katie Says unlike That’s So Jaden so much substance in your comment. If he is really vegan it seems he would know to inquire about food options when ordering in a non vegan restaurant. POSEUR. #cofeve on this one.

      • Steph says:

        Or he doesn’t know what a pancake is.

      • Steph says:

        double post

    • CTgirl says:

      As a human he should know how to behave. Apparently good behavior and cheese are outside of his knowledge. He is a precious snowflake from hell.

      • Ksenia says:

        Agreed. I have NEVER liked this entitled little fool, and don’t see why anyone finds him charming or noteworthy. If he weren’t Jaden Smith, son of Will Smith, no one would hesitate to call him out for what he so plainly is: a nasty and arrogant moron.

      • SoonerOrLaterWeAllSleepAlone says:

        I suppose this is a generalization- but celebrity spawn are among the most entitled wii the least integrity. Don’t get me started with his accessory. Just. Gross.

  3. Ratsy Pomona says:

    Face, meet palm!

  4. Sixer says:

    There’s a comedy sketch from somewhere in which someone orders a bacon double cheeseburger “with no bacon”. “You want a double cheeseburger?” “No, a bacon double cheeseburger with no bacon.” And so on and on it went.

    In tribute to it, me and my friends would always look at each other and say “Bacon? No bacon!” whenever anybody said something particularly stupid.

    So… “Bacon? No bacon!”

    • Who ARE these people? says:

      Was that from Saturday Night Live?

    • ArchieGoodwin says:

      was it Raging Bull, where DeNiro wanted toast, but they didn’t serve toast, so he ordered a toasted sandwich, hold the meat, lettuce, cheese, etc?

      • Dolkite says:

        It’s “Five Easy Pieces” with Jack Nicholson. He wants toast.

        Bobby: I’d like an omelet, plain, and a chicken salad sandwich on wheat toast, no mayonnaise, no butter, no lettuce. And a cup of coffee.

        Waitress: A #2, chicken salad sand. Hold the butter, the lettuce, the mayonnaise, and a cup of coffee. Anything else?

        Bobby: Yeah, now all you have to do is hold the chicken, bring me the toast, give me a check for the chicken salad sandwich, and you haven’t broken any rules.

        Waitress: You want me to hold the chicken, huh?

        Bobby: I want you to hold it between your knees.

      • Sixer says:

        Oh man. There must be loads of ‘em! Not that one either. It might have been Little Britain?

    • Shirleygail says:

      3rd rock from the sun, maybe?

  5. guest says:

    He’s 18-years-old and doesn’t know what Ricotta is.. oh well.

    • Shirleygail says:

      I didn’t know what ricotta cheese was till I was in my early 30′s……. :) just sayin’

  6. jess1632 says:

    S o out of touch w reality

  7. Lolo86lf says:

    Cheese is made from a mammal’s milk, but it is not meat. Cheese is a milk-derived product so it is not meat okay. Jaden is just a spoiled rich boy. He is completely disconnected with reality.

    • gobo says:

      Yeah, he’s Vegan not Vegetarian so no dairy, eggs etc. But in all honesty if you want to go Vegan you need to be more diligent about knowing what you are eating. Ricotta pancakes = ricotta (cheese), eggs, milk and maybe butter as well. Kid’s a moron.

      • Somuchweather says:

        Yup, as a lacto-ova vegetarian (which I am) that would be fine. As a “vegan” he’s just a moron, yes there would be some lactose intolerance which usually causes bloating and diarrehea but he wouldn’t have thrown up. Also, just by looking at it placed in front of you he should’ve known not to eat it, even after he ignored the menu. Jeez!

    • jwoolman says:

      If he wants to be vegan, dairy and eggs are out and those are in regular pancakes also. Ricotta cheese in the batter makes them pretty good, I’m told. Something about fluffier, creamier. I can be arrested for driving under the influence of eggs and soft fresh dairy cheeses are almost as bad for me as dairy milk, so can’t test it out myself.

      Somebody needs to tell the lad about vegan delivery services. He could have whole prepared meals shipped to him as well as vegan snacks and soup cups and microwave shelf-stable packs etc. Never travel without vegan jerky and a selection of Dr. McDougall’s meal cups in your luggage, kiddo.

      My guess is that one of his friends told him about eating vegan, and like learning about sex on the street, it got a bit garbled. Maybe he just stopped eating things that he knows contain eggs and dairy (and felt better if he has an undiagnosed intolerance or allergy, hence his dramatic response to finding out he ate some despite the lack of anaphylactic shock). But since he doesn’t cook or shop for food – he has no idea what ricotta is or what pancakes are typically made from. Or how to ask for dietary information when eating away from home.

      His parents might reconsider letting him wander around unsupervised, though. He seems to lack some basic life skills.

      • Nicole says:

        He can’t order from a delivery service. Seems a little too big for his britches to even use a microwave!

  8. Relli80 says:

    LOL… OMG. This is probably why you need to provide your kids with at least some basic education and you know reasonable expectations. Also, is he missing teeth on the side of his mouth?

    • jwoolman says:

      He might have caps. Gold is often used because it’s very biocompatible. He might have broken a tooth some time. Probably from biting down on ricotta.

    • Snowflake says:

      Yes. If he went to a real school, he would have structure and some idea of what a normal life is like. But raised as he is, coddled and excuses made for him, he is so out of touch with reality. I hope he never has to work a normal job or live a normal life cause he wouldn’t have a clue how to do it.

      • Mia4s says:

        The sad part is he really didn’t even need “real school” per say. With a terrific private tutor or governess AND the push from his parents to value education he could have gotten an amazing education. I sense that education and dealing with the real world simply weren’t a priority. So now he’s another dumb rich kid who will coast on mommy and daddy’s access and likely not be of much use to anyone.

      • applepie says:

        @Mia4s. It’s so sad. Others would do anything to have access to the sort of schooling he could have had…The potential, wasted.

  9. Tiny Martian says:

    So is he “nature” crazy, or “nurture” crazy?

    I’m going with the latter. An excess of privilege has messed this kid up.

  10. sarri says:

    Jaden probably did not know what Ricotta means. You know since Will and Jada allowed their kids to think they don’t need any schooling. So stop whining you privileged kid; it’s just another life lesson.

    • Montréalaise says:

      I wonder whether Will and Jada are regretting their decision. They have to cringe when they read about things like this.

  11. RBC says:

    Why do I get a feeling that this movie Jaden is filming with Cara DeLevinge will turn out to be one hot mess? Also wouldn’t most people on a vegan diet inquire about the ingredients of an item on a menu before ordering it if it is not labeled “vegan”?

    • third ginger says:

      The movie could only aspire to be a “hot mess.”

    • pinetree13 says:

      That was my first thought. Jaden isn’t a solid actor and neither is Cara. I mean having one or the other you could get by but BOTH?! Movie is DOOMED

  12. detritus says:

    Ahaha ha I was wondering why this didn’t get its own post.
    Jaden is an interesting and usually harmless guy, but this is teen entitlement.
    The tweets and privilege are too much, but mostly I’m dying at a vegan eating pancakes, finding out there’s ricotta and freaking out that cheese will kill him? Most intense lactose intolerance ever I guess. The egg and milk and whipping cream are cool though. Totally vegan those things…

  13. lightpurple says:

    I’ve had those lemon ricotta pancakes. They are heavenly, light and flavorful. I’ll take all the ones Jaden doesn’t want. And I know what “ricotta” is.

    • detritus says:

      Those pancakes sound perfect.
      I honestly want to go to the hotel to try them now, so these tweets are probably not having the effect Jaden intended.

    • Shambles says:

      I’m feeling heavily tempted to go downstairs and make pancakes, although they won’t be nearly as heavenly and wonderful as the aforementioned lemon ricotta pancakes.

    • minx says:

      I know! My mouth is watering.

    • TyrantDestroyed says:

      I searched the recipe and trying this weekend. Thanks to this entitled kid for making me discovering such a treat.

  14. Pumpkin Pie says:

    Reading about him spikes my brain. Everytime.

  15. TPOE says:

    What an f’n loser. If he had another last name he’d be living under a bridge.

  16. littlemissnaughty says:

    See, this is what happens if your kids are allowed to raise themselves in surroundings of incredible wealth. They get to 18 and lack the understanding of how a damn hotel operates and what pancakes are made of.

    I’ve been to several Four Seasons hotels (sometimes only to eat) and this doesn’t happen there. They don’t throw out celebrities and then try to kill them with dairy. So whatever went down, I say it’s all on him. Goddamn it, Will Smith is a well-mannered guy. Where did he decide to NOT instill manners in his child? I don’t understand. Is it CO$?

    • GingerCrunch says:

      Nearly spit my covfefe reading your first paragraph! But you’re spot on and CO$ has to take the blame here, right? So many aspects of it seem to be at play. Mostly, I hope Jaden isn’t mentally ill and it was ignored due to culty beliefs. :/

    • Hannah Lee says:

      “See, this is what happens if your kids are allowed to raise themselves in surroundings of incredible wealth. They get to 18 and lack the understanding of how a damn hotel operates and what pancakes are made of. ”
      LOL!

      My 7 year old nephew knows how to make pancakes without looking at a recipe; he has memorized the ingredients and proportions. And I’m guessing that he also could suss out that “Lemon Ricotta Pancakes” also contain cheese. And if not, he would have the sense to ask “what’s ricotta?” Or more likely, to say “I don’t like ricotta, I don’t want ricotta pancakes” because he’s going through that kid’s phase where if he’s never had something, he thinks he won’t like it..because he’s 7.

      So knowing that pancakes contain eggs and milk and often butter should not be beyond the grasp of an 18 year old. And knowing that ricotta is a cheese, or being able to ask about or object to an ingredient one doesn’t recognize should also not be beyond the capabilities of an 18 year old. And if they are, perhaps that 18 year old might choose to learn things, instead of tweeting about how put upon they are?

  17. GreenBunny says:

    So much annoys me with this, but the most annoying is the hyperbole. If he had a life threatening dairy allergy, he would know ricotta is a cheese and know to avoid it. Since he’s doesn’t, then I’m assuming he’s vegan by choice. So acting like the hotel purposely spiked your food with cheese and almost killed you is just a jackass move. My kids have a serious dairy allergy, so I know what’s in food and always let the waiter know that we have food allergies.

  18. Elisa the I. says:

    Entitled brat – get an eduction.

    • third ginger says:

      I heartily agree. I teach college kids who have at least two jobs and are burdened with loan debt. I asked my daughter [she's 24, graduated with debt from a great school] why these younger celebrities do not go to college or hire tutors for more education. Her reply,”If they valued it, they would pay for it.”

      • Mia4s says:

        Your daughter is exactly right. It is a choice for these young celebrities not to be educated. As I said in a comment above with the best private tutors or a full time governess you could get a terrific education and exposure to life…but only IF you make use of it.

        It’s nice to note the ones who made education a priority: Jodie Foster, Natalie Portman, Dakota Fanning….hmmmm, that’s all ladies. Anyone help me out with the name of a few of the gentlemen?

      • GingerCrunch says:

        Franco. Then, crickets. I’d have to google for more.

      • third ginger says:

        Yes. Franco is the only one I could come up with, too.

      • Mia4s says:

        Yeah Franco and I thought of Chris Pine (but that was before he was famous). Also, while well off, his father was not super famous or wealthy. Ron Howard, but that is going back a long ways.

      • justcrimmles says:

        Don’t be so quick to number Franco among them. He was known not to show up to class most of the time.

      • GingerCrunch says:

        Oh! And in the Never-Too-Late category…Nick Cannon is attending Howard! It’s something, at least?

      • Lightpurple says:

        Add Brooke Shields to that list, she followed Foster to Princeton. And Mayam Bialek.

        Richard Dreyfus went back to school and got a PHd and Denzel Washington insisted his kids attend college and would talk about their education proudly

      • Cathy says:

        Conan O’Brien graduated from Harvard magna cum laude in 1985. (I attended our son’s graduation last week at Harvard – Conan O’Brien is a beloved alumni there.)

  19. Merritt says:

    Jaden is a spoiled jerk. Don’t blame the hotel for your ignorance.

  20. Caran says:

    Regular pancakes aren’t vegan either, so he would of been disappointed either way.

  21. Beth says:

    Whatever, kiddo. Make your own pancakes. He’s such a bratty fruit loop

    • pinetree13 says:

      What!? But that’s the work of peasant/servents Beth!

      You can tell from his tweets that he doesn’t give a second thought to how his noise might ACTUALLY affect the poor waiter that was unfortunate enough to have to serve him.

  22. minx says:

    Snotty little rich kid.

  23. NK says:

    Spoiled moron. (Fun post though!)

  24. Lalu says:

    No matter how wealthy you are and how set financially your children may be, not teaching them basic manners or making sure they get some sort of education is just cheating them.
    I cannot believe their father didn’t have better sense. I can’t believe they thought it was a good idea to just let their kids do whatever. And being humble and grateful are characteristics that won’t steer you wrong either.
    You can instill values in children that grow up wealthy. But this comes down to what the parents see as important. I can’t even find it in me to judge this kid… But this does reflect poorly on his parents. That is lazy parenting, pure and simple.

    • Montréalaise says:

      His parents are Scientologists, and Scientology believes that kids, even young kids, should be allowed to make their own decisions about everything – whether or not they want to go to school, what time they go to bed, and so on.

  25. Luci Lu says:

    The fact that he actually walks around with his nasty-ass, weather-beaten, stank hair, makes me lose a little respect for Will and Jada. I don’t give a shit if he’s eighteen years old, or twenty-five, parents have a duty to instill common sense into their children at any age. Yes, I know he’s a rich, spoiled Hollywood kid, but allowing your child to practice stupidity is unacceptable.

    • Marianne says:

      they wont cause they’re scientologists and therefore think/treat their kids as adults and let them do whatever they want pretty much.

  26. Crumpet says:

    He never went to school, so he probably had no idea what ‘ricotta’ was. He saw pancakes and thought it was all good.

    • Shambles says:

      But he’s a self-proclaimed vegan, so normal pancakes wouldn’t have worked either. So he doesn’t know what ricotta OR vegan means. And thinks that if you are vegan and eat cheese, you’ll die.

  27. HK9 says:

    Torontonian here, if he got kicked out of the Four Seasons it was for a damn good reason. Service is what they do, so if they have to invite you to leave something major went down.

    • Kloops says:

      Exactly. Entitled dimwit. Not for one second do I think the Four Seasons didn’t bend over backwards for him. Jaden Smith is everything that is wrong with celebrity culture. All the perks, none of the work ethic or talent.

    • Montréalaise says:

      He wasn’t kicked out: he wanted a bigger suite but none was available as the hotel was fully booked that weekend. I guess that in Jaden’s world, not getting the suite you want is the equivalent of being kicked out.

  28. Svea says:

    This is what happens when kids get no schooling. Ignorance of the snowflake kind.

  29. Miss M says:

    “Whereas you can hold a hotel accountable for many things, reading comprehension is not one of them.”

    Enough said… 😂😂😂😂

  30. greenmonster says:

    Almost killed by cheese? What is this – Clue the Jaden Smith Edition?

  31. Margo S. says:

    Lol. I love jaden. In TRUMP America I could listen to jaden all damn day. He makes me smile.

    Also, about the milk in pancakes killing him. My son actually has a severe dairy allergy that COULD actually kill him. Maybe jaden is allergic to dairy? My family is now dairy free and I know that even though I don’t have an allergy to dairy, my body rejects it if I try and eat it. He SHOULD clear this up because many people out there could very well die from exposure to dairy. Legit die not dramatically die.

    • Beth says:

      Jaden isn’t allergic to milk. He says he’s a vegan. It wasn’t going to kill him. He must not have known that “ricotta ” is a kind of cheese. All he had to do was order something else, not bitch on Twitter like a spoiled brat

    • Clare says:

      Presumably people who know they may legit die from ingesting milk wouldn’t
      1) order pancakes (which tend to include milk)
      2) order pancakes with RICOTTO in the name
      3) order anything that *may* contain dairy without asking first?

      I have a pretty nasty peanut allergy, and you better believe I ask what kind of oil is used when I eat out. And if they can’t give me a 100% this does not contain peanuts…I order something else. Simples.

      • Sigh... says:

        4) see an unfamiliar word/ingredient/menu item, and not quietly LOOK IT UP ON THE PHONE YOU CLEARLY HAVE TO TWEET LIKE A LOON FROM

        If eating out is truly a life-or-death situation for him, this 18+ year old had/has plenty of resources at his immediate disposal to make informed diet choices and explore alternatives (he’s rich, famous, has a smater-than-himself phone, at a 5-star service hotel, etc). This ridiculous (rich) teenage stuff.

      • Lightpurple says:

        Wait staff at places like the 4 Seasons tend to ask if you have any questions about the menu and they are usually very happy to answer. He could have asked what ricotta was and they would have told him that it was cheese

    • TyrantDestroyed says:

      Normally people very allergic to something always mention this to the waiter/waitress before ordering anything. This guy was not allergic, he was only claiming to be vegan and very lazy to mention it or check what was inside the dish he was about to consume.

    • lyla says:

      But would your son order the Ricotta Lemon Pancakes? Surely not, since he’s severely allergic to dairy. And even if he didn’t know that ricotta is a cheese or that pancakes have milk and eggs, wouldn’t he ask about the ingredients or tell the waiter about his allergy?

      I have a cousin who is allergic to peanuts. Whenever we go out to eat, we always make sure that we tell the waiter about her allergy. In fact, my cousin always ask if something has peanuts in it. We were in Paris last year and she ordered a scoop of Speculoos (something she never had before) and asked everyone around if he had peanuts in it. When I told her, it didn’t she wasn’t satisfied until I asked the guy behind the counter. Oh, and by the way, my little cousin? She’s half of Jaden’s age.

  32. Raina says:

    He might not have a sense of humor but he’s hilarious. Also, throwing up on himself would improve his outfit choices.
    Sorry, Jaden. I’m not mad at you. You’re good.

  33. Clare says:

    Oh my god, can someone teach this moron the rules of basic language/punctuation/capitalization? PLEASE?

    Pro tip – every word in a sentence does not begin with a capital.

  34. NeoCleo says:

    Based upon his public persona it’s hard not to come to the conclusion that he is really not a smart kid. Or he is REALLY ignorant. Or both.

  35. Zondie says:

    I’ve made Lemon Ricotta Pancakes and although it sounds like it would be lovely, the ricotta imparted a rather strong flavor.

  36. Joannie says:

    Spoilt entitled brat!

  37. KBeth says:

    He is an idiot.

  38. Anna says:

    Go to school! Stop lying to yourself! Have a look at that attitude/ego of yours…it will get you nowhere (although privilege will apparently take you wherever you want to go, but with limits like hotel occupancy)

  39. Madpoe says:

    I literally began to hear my own brain cells die reading this child’s bull crap.
    How thick is that bubble he lives in?!

  40. Cee says:

    LOL vegan boy orders CHEESE PANCAKES and blames luxury hotel for it.

    • pinetree13 says:

      That should be the headline

    • tigerlily says:

      Yes and I resent how these entitled twats are foisted on the public. In my opinion this kid and his sibling are both unfortunate looking and not particularly talented. I wish their parents would lock them up. Or educate them.

  41. Incredulous says:

    I hope the vegan police from Scott Pilgrim catch him.

  42. Marianne says:

    Maybe if he was complaining about education is a waste of time he would actually learn that ricotta is cheese.

  43. KiddVicious says:

    I like his shoes in the first photo. That’s all I got. This kid is beyond my comprehension.

  44. A says:

    His parents raised him and his sister to think that they are the most special, amazing, blah blah blah, while failing to teach them common courtesy or common sense.

  45. raincoaster says:

    You’d think anyone with a suit like that would have a sense of humour, but not in his case.

    Also, the pancakes were Lemon Ricotta Pancakes. That’s what they’re called on the menu. Apparently Smith does not know how to read, or does not know cheese when he sees it on the menu.

  46. lyla says:

    I see that scientology school did wonders for him, didn’t it? Oh wait, this is the same Jaden who thinks he can control time and that school is useless. Who even thinks driver’s ed is unimportant (considering it’s mandatory in Ca, I’m wonder how he got his license). But what do I know? I’m the dummy who went to school nationally ranked public schools, Stanford, and starting at an Ivy next Fall.

    I wonder what Willow and Jaden’s older brother thinks of them? Considering he’s the normal one who went to school and all that.

    Anyway, if you come across an ingredient or word you don’t know on the menu and are too embarrassed to ask, why not just google it on your phone? I can’t believe he doesn’t know what Ricotta is. And what kind of vegan orders a (non-vegan) pancake? Probably the same type that drives cars with leather seats and wear leather shoes…

  47. loveotterly says:

    How could such a seemingly cool Dad raise such a brat?! Can’t believe the Fresh Prince wouldn’t lay it down.

  48. moo says:

    entitled rich kid with nothing to offer the world, but still feel they are owed something. Blech! he can drop of the edge of the world.

  49. Jaded says:

    He should beware of snark-tweeting waitstaff…more than cheese will end up in his vegan menu items.

  50. Nicole says:

    Now I want the Giada lemon ricotta cookies! I’ll bake some this weekend with those pancakes!

  51. lunchcoma says:

    It’s bad enough this kid can’t read, but apparently he also doesn’t have the sense to ask if an item is vegan. I suspect a hotel of that caliber had at least a few dishes on its menu that were appropriate for vegans – he just didn’t bother to ask what they were.

  52. Marie l says:

    What is wrong with his teeth?

  53. Egla says:

    Once I had a friend from Turkey for e few days. He was very clear to me that he would prefer to avoid pork meat and I was very clear to him that 99% of all cooked food would probably have touched pork at some point as the cooks didn’t wash their hands after touching different meats in the kitchen ( it is stated in the Koran that not only pork is haram but also what other fooda has touched it) Anyway when out I went put of my way to at least ask for dishes without pork meat and there were a lot so all was good for the most part. One day I ordered the Chef salad for myself and failed to stop him eating some, as he loved to try everything. When I tol him tha the salad has BACON inside he was sorry to hear that but didn’ make a big deal out of it. In the end he ate it without knowing so no sin commited and also found out that he didn’t die from that. I am talking about someone very serious about his culture and religion.
    This jaden guy here, to much privilege to little common sense. If vegan-and from what I understand it’s a life style that takes a lot of commitement an discipline- he MUST aks always what he is served not complain after. Idiot

  54. Zombie Hedgehog says:

    I think he actually has a terrific sense of humor, and is just trolling the whole world from Twitter.

    Maybe.

    • Partasti says:

      By slandering (or is it libel) a business? I hope they sue and do what his parents failed to do – teach him about consequences.

  55. Jennifer says:

    I hate myself for coming here just to say, “I have been so over this dude for a very, very long time”. The end.

  56. Magnoliarose says:

    This is the result of raising children as mini adults Scientology style along with being a child of privilege. No sense of reality or boundaries. They are taught they are special and deserve to have the world bend to their wants and needs. He’s 18 but has the mindset of a toddler.

  57. Zuzus Girl says:

    Dumbass

  58. courtney says:

    first off not all pancakes are made with milk unless from scratch which is probably the case here when it’s premixed batter it’s made with oil water and egg, also Ricotta is a soft/semi soft often unpasturized cheese that comes from several mammals including goat and water buffalo that can either be aged or not and is used in many Italian meals and deserts Such as Cannoli Zeppoli and Italian cheese cake. this self entitled brat should’ve asked what Ricotta was before he ordered the pancakes and ordered something else if he is truly allergic to milk like some articles about the incident claim he is

  59. Kricket says:

    Didn’t he claim once that he could time travel? Simple, go back in time, read the menu (and ingrediants list) properly this time and avoid being poisoned/spiked.
    Actually, on second thoughts, go further back and avoid making After Earth (2013), then EVERYBODY will be good.

  60. Lucy2 says:

    I’m guessing he’s at fault here because he either didn’t read the menu properly or didn’t understand it. Neither of which is the hotel’s fault.
    But even if the restaurant had made a mistake, can’t he just have it corrected without all the histrionics? Posting online they spiked his food? Acting as if it could’ve killed him? Come on, grow up already.