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John Singleton's Son Seven Appears to Be Really Smart as He Easily Identifies Colors & Shapes in Video Shared by Mom

Joe Akins
Feb 17, 2020
06:30 P.M.
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John Singleton's youngest child, Seven Singleton, has charmed the world since making his red carpet debut last year during the premiere of his late dad's show, "Snowfall." His recent appearance in a YouTube video has also proven him to be a smart young fella.
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The youngest of late Hollywood icon, John Singleton's seven children, Seven John Singleton is not only a charmer but a baby genius.

The one-year-old, who made his television debut last year on his dad's television show, "Snowfall" displayed an unmatched IQ in a recent video.

John Singleton speaking onstage during the 70th Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards in California on Feb. 3, 2018. | Photo: Getty Images

John Singleton speaking onstage during the 70th Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards in California on Feb. 3, 2018. | Photo: Getty Images

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SEVEN'S SECRET SMART UNVEILED

The one-year-old undoubtedly inherited his dad's intelligence, as seen in the clip, which has since made the rounds on Youtube.

The video showed the baby genius effortlessly identifying shapes and colors from a learning chart while his mom's voice could be heard in the background, urging him on.

The youngster was a product of the legendary film director and his last known lover, Rayvon Jones' relationship.

Boyz n the Hood 25th Anniversary Screening With John Singleton And Walter Mosley" presented by The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences at SVA on June 12, 2016 | Photo: Getty Images

Boyz n the Hood 25th Anniversary Screening With John Singleton And Walter Mosley" presented by The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences at SVA on June 12, 2016 | Photo: Getty Images

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THE MULTI-TALENTED CHARMER

The tot is already living up to his late father's reputation and upholding his legacy. The deceased actor, who made his entertainment debut at twenty-four, was the brain behind the television series, "Snowfall," which he co-produced before his death.

I was living my cinematic dreams, and I was also going into a business that traditionally didn't have people like me.

To honor his contributions, the show featured the one-year-old in its last year's production, as a tribute to the late star. The boy proved a natural, as he stole the scenes, winning hearts right up to the red carpets where he went on to steal the show at the season's premiere.

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THE SWEET ROAD TO SUCCESS

Having his son on the show was reportedly one of the legend's utmost wishes before his passing. Having made it at a young age, John was determined to pass on the legacy to his kids. What better way than through his baby genius! The actor once spoke about his early rise to fame, saying:

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"I felt like a kid in a candy store. I was living my cinematic dreams, and I was also going into a business that traditionally didn't have people like me and wasn't really welcoming people like me."

He, however, noted that the younger generations are the game-changers, who pushed him to work harder and attain greater heights.

Seven John Singleton attends the premiere of FX's "Snowfall" season 3 at Bovard Auditorium At USC on July 08, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

Seven John Singleton attends the premiere of FX's "Snowfall" season 3 at Bovard Auditorium At USC on July 08, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

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JOHN SINGLETON'S LOSS

It can be recalled the famed screen idol passed on in April last year at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, following a stroke.

The family of the deceased made the decision to take him off life support after spending weeks at the hospital in a Coma.

Director John Singleton arrives at the premiere of 'FX's 'American Crime Story - The People V. O.J. Simpson' at Westwood Village Theatre on January 27, 2016 | Photo: Getty Images

Director John Singleton arrives at the premiere of 'FX's 'American Crime Story - The People V. O.J. Simpson' at Westwood Village Theatre on January 27, 2016 | Photo: Getty Images

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The deceased's family admitted he battled severe hypertension in the years leading to his death while admonishing the public to undergo regular checkups to prevent the condition from taking its toll.

Sadly, along with the legend went a huge part of the African-American history in the world of entertainment, thanks to his iconic works in giving the black and brown folks a voice in the industry.

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