Unfortunately, the battles in his past were not quite over. His estranged father had deleted and hacked into all of his social networking sites, deleting them on two occasions, which deleted over 150,000 fans and supporters. Kaiden left the internet for awhile finally coming back in February of 2008. As an adult he was ready to get his career back on track. He was recruited for the Renegades of Style, an exclusive group of eight bloggers in total who were making an impact on the fashion industry with the hopes of touring across the country. The ROS disbanded shortly after Kaiden moved to California from his hometown in Detroit, Michigan.
Kaiden entered the modeling industry modeling for several clothing companies and was sponsored by one of Hollywood's most trendy salons, Hairroin Salon. Apart from his modeling and internet notoriety he was featured in an indie film, a music video (Katastrophe), spoken word video, as well as a documentary for the broadway show Forever Plaid which landed him on the red carpet. Unlike the other names in his line of work, he has maintained a very family friendly image. He was popularly quoted "It's nice that sex sells in the entertainment industry, but my sex nor my dignity is for sale." He was the only individual in the scene department of the industry who remained classy and did not exploit himself with nudity or foulplay.
Girl 2 - you know, that trendy blue haired kid from myspace.
Girl 1 - um... no, I do not know.
Girl 2 - Oh, well, you are not missing anything.
SceneBoy: no where do i get it?
SceneGirl: Google it!