*Whoa! Talk about kissin’ and tellin’. Well, this is on some next level ish. We’re talking about Solange Knowles’ teenage son Julez Smith who apparently leaked videos of himself and former Disney child star Skai Jackson gettin’ busy. He supposedly did it ’cause she supposedly cheated on him and this was his “git-back” at her.
According to Rhymeswithsnitch, the foul-mouthed 16-year-old, whose full name is Daniel Julez J. Smith Jr., took to social media over the weekend to brag that he “f*cked her good and got her addicted then left her.”
Damn young man, where’d you pick up that kind of attitude/ Where’s your home training? OK, we digress
Anyway, if you’re not familiar with Skai, the 18-year-old gained fame for her starring role as Zuri Ross in Disney’s TV series “Jessie.” She then became a popular internet meme, which made her famous. And she recently competed on “Dancing with the Stars.”
The bad news is that over the weekend a graphic video of Skai Jackson and Julez began circulating on social media along with a group chat message of Julez trashing Skai after an obviously nasty break-up.
Word is Julez was 15 and Skai was 17 when the video was recorded.
Check out some reactions:
sq said: Out of control….he is heading down the wrong path here. Beyonce will not sacrifice her brand for her nephew’s humiliating and deviant behavior..not her job…..skai, what were you thinking?
Unknown said: Lol he’s a lil bad ass I see but it’s not shocking. Wait until Blu Ivy and the others get older. They gonna be just as of the chain as well. Skai done met her match.
Laa soul said: Best believe Beyonce or someone from her camp called Solange to tell her son to gtfo social media and stop mentioning her name.
TheBarberLady said: Well he just admitted to revenge porn. A crime for which they will still hang his high yella ass by his toes and remind the world that even though hes not a “dark ass” hes still black enough to get fucked up. @10:39 you’re exactly right! He’s not new to this. This lil bitch been doing this and aunti been paying to keep it low