Jaden Smith says Four Seasons Toronto 'spiked' his pancakes with cheese

WATCH ABOVE: Actor Jaden Smith tweeted out that the Four Seasons Toronto "spiked" his pancakes with cheese.

Jaden Smith claims that the Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto “spiked” his pancakes with cheese and then kicked him out of his hotel room.

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s son is in Toronto to film a romantic drama titled Life In A Year, about a teen who learns his girlfriend, played by Cara Delevingne, only has one year left to live.

On Saturday afternoon, the 18-year-old actor took to Twitter to complain about the service he received at the hotel.

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He began with “The Four Seasons In Toronto Just Made Me Want to Throw Up On MySelf.”

He added, “I Hope The Four Seasons In Toronto Puts Me On The No Stay List.”

From there he claimed that the hotel “spiked my pancakes with cheese,” and that “I’m surprised I’m still alive.”

Then he wrote, “After They Kicked Me Out Of My Room.”

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Smith’s tweets raised many questions among his 6.38 million Twitter followers, with some people pointing out that ricotta is a type of cheese.

Some fans were quick to point out, however, that he most likely ordered the restaurant’s famous lemon ricotta infused pancakes.

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Just days before the drama began with the hotel and Smith, it was announced that his Netflix series The Get Down was cancelled after the first season. Some fans of the show were disappointed, but many people used the example in response to Smith’s Twitter rant about his pancakes.

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The Four Seasons Toronto official Twitter account tweeted about the incident writing, “Lemon Ricotta Pancakes, so famous, even @PageSix is talking about them 🍋🧀🥞✨ #wakeupwithFS.”

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