“Yesterday I tuned into Jaden Smith’s first ever show on Beats 1,” Arron Hirst writes for RazorianFly. “It’s called ‘MSFTS FREQUENCY,’ (pronounced ‘Misfits Frequency’), and consisted of a selection of Smith’s own favourite plays, alongside a surprise interview with his father, Will Smith, all the while sitting next to his sister – Willow Smith, who also added some joviality to the broadcast, whilst, I’m sure, helping her brother Jaden through his first-ever live global radio broadcast – by keeping things moving.”

“But as I sat there, listening (intently) – as I have been doing for the past couple of days given my affection for all types of music, besides my three core genre loves: Alternative, Dance and Electronic – a surreal moment happened that ultimately had me wanting after a rewind button for live radio,” Hirst writes. “Jaden proceeded to interrupt the music to ask somewhat of a rhetorical question to listeners. ‘Hey all of you out there,’ Jaden exclaimed. ‘I got a question for you,’ … ‘What do Dick Cheney, George W. Bush, George H. W. Bush, and Barack Obama have in common?’ … The answer, Jaden said with a hesitant pause … ‘They’re all cousins.'”

“No-one intervened. No-one gasped in the background at the comment just made by the young host. The stream wasn’t unceremoniously cut-off during Jaden exclaiming his own personal views on how U.S politics work,” Hirst writes. “It just happened. More importantly, it was allowed to happen.”

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MacDailyNews Take: If he thinks that’s so gobsmackingly amazing, Arron should listen to Howard Stern on SiriusXM for three minutes.