If you are on Facebook at all, then you have seen all of the posts about how Jayden K. Smith is going to hack you and that you need to be careful. Funny thing is, this is actually Will Smith's son's name, but he spells it Jaden Smith. The posts are saying that if you accept his friend request, then he will hack you. So is this true?

Could Jayden K. Smith really hack you?

No, this hack couldn't happen at all. Accepting a friend request is not a way that you can get hacked on your social networks. This hoax has actually been going around for years, but the name changes from time to time.

This time it just won't stop going wild. You end up seeing it on Facebook every few minutes if you are scrolling through.

The messages about Jayden K. Smith are going crazy. They say, "Please tell all the contacts in your Messenger list, not to accept Jayden K. Smith friendship request. He is a hacker and has the system connected to your Facebook account. If one of your contacts accepts it, you will also be hacked, so make sure that all your friends know it. Thanks. Forwarded as received." A lot of people are listening and sending it off to everyone.

There are ways that you can get hacked on Facebook, but this is not one of them. There is no need to worry about this one, but that isn't going to stop people from freaking out over it all.

The real Jaden Smith was actually a victim of a hoax a while back as well. The hoax was that Will Smith's son was dead, even though he is just fine. The name is spelled different, but his name keeps coming up along with this new hoax as well.

What does everyone have to say about it?

People on Facebook are sharing it like crazy, but then others are just begging their friends to stop sharing it.

Twitter is actually going crazy in another way and people are making fun of it saying that Jayden K. Smith works for Donald Trump and other things. They seem to get that it is a hoax, but are just laughing about it. Sue O'Connell said, "Trump announces new head of World Cyber Security Task Force: Jayden K. Smith." This is just one example, but if you search on Twitter you will laugh reading them all.

Did you fall for the hoax that Jayden K. Smith could hack you and send it to all of your friends? Are you starting to get annoyed by all of these posts? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts and please feel free to share this article so that your friends know there is nothing to be worried about with this hoax about Jayden K. Smith.