Jaden Smith, 14, was recently spotted out with Kardashian sibling and reality television star Kylie Jenner, 15, on an outing that was supervised by actor Will Smith.
Smith and Jenner recently dined at a sushi restaurant in London called Nobu with the 14-year-old's father watching from a safe distance, according to PerezHilton.com reports. This is not the first time that the young Smith actor who starred in "The Karate Kid" was spotted spending time with the Jenners.
Last November, the budding actor and rapper attended Kylie's older sister Kendall's 17th birthday party at their family home. While some headlines attempted to insinuate that there is a romantic relationship between Kendall and Smith, no details of romance have been reported.
While the younger Jenner and Smith were spotted exiting the London Sushi restaurant into the same vehicle recently, they also spent time together in New York. Last Tuesday, Jenner also spent time with Smith's 12-year-old little sister Willow in New York City toy store FAO Schwartz.
In an interview with the.LIFE Files last year, Smith spoke about how his father's advice has impacted the way that he approaches romantic relationships.
"My dad one time told me, he was like, 'The only time you should lie is when someone's holding a gun to your head and says 'Okay, lie or I'm going to shoot you.' And that really stuck with me," Smith said. "I think about that a lot. I used to not be really honest with girls and then I dropped a song called 'Starry Room' and then I started turning over a new leaf. Now, I'm completely honest with girls all the time and they just get mad at me."
Although the 14-year-old has yet to admit to anything more than a friendship with Jenner, he did tell the.Life Files about enduring a breakup last year.
"I had recently gotten out of a relationship so I made this song that was really heartfelt for me -- some of my best lyrics. Me and that girl's anniversary was gonna come up so I decided to drop it," Smith said before admitting that his relationship was short lived. "It was like a month-iversary. You know how teens are."