Wait until you hear what Willow Smith is complaining about. This girl has no clue what it’s like to struggle. She is so privileged because of her parents, she is blind to real problems and real struggle. Read on…
Anyways, Willow Smith, who had the opportunity to be an actress, have a music career “whipping her hair” is now complaining that it’s HARD to be rich and famous. [just threw up in our mouth]
Willow told Girl Gaze in an interview
“I’m going to be completely and utterly honest, it’s absolutely terrible.”
Maybe she should look into getting an identity and doing her own thing. Something she can be proud of herself. Something she can accomplish on her own.
Smith, 17, said:
“Growing up and trying to figure out your life … while people feel like they have some sort of entitlement to know what’s going on, is absolutely, excruciatingly terrible — and the only way to get over it, is to go into it. You can’t change your face. You can’t change your parents. You can’t change any of those things.”
The famous teen added:
“I feel like most kids like me end up going down a spiral of depression, and the world is sitting there looking at them through their phones, laughing and making jokes and making memes at the crippling effect that this lifestyle has on the psyche.”
Willow says “there’s really no in-between.”
Bottom line, will NEVER wanted to be a star, but Will pushed her to do music. She hated it once it took off and he recalled a moment when she shaved her head.
“We came downstairs and she had shaved her head bald. She shaved her head bald in the middle of her ‘Whip My Hair’ tour. I was like, ‘Oh, s—t.”
Willow is a prime example, don’t listen to a 10-year-old when they say, “daddy I want to be a singer.” It’s a phase, because once the tour started she wanted out. The fun was gone and she realized it was work.
Willow NEVER has to work, she’s a rich kid with celebrity parents, who forgot one thing. If you don’t teach your kids struggle and what it means to work hard to make money, they’ll never respect it.
Let’s be real Willow, you could be homeless without food and no a foster child. Or worse, you could be one of those kids on TV, where a celebrity is asking for money to help keep you alive.
Girl, life has challenges, but having Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith as your mom and dad is NOT “terrible.” It could be so much worse.
This is the problem with rich kids, so much money, so much opportunity, so much time on their hands, so what do they do?
Bitch, moan and complain.
Girl go get a job at McDonald’s and work they for a year, cut yourself off from mommy and daddy’s money, opportunities, and your trust fund. Move out, get an apartment for $800 in the hood, live there for a year or more and then let someone ask you about growing up a celebrity kid.
We feel your views will have changed.
No matter if you’re rich, poor or middle class, teenagers will always find a way to complain about growing up. Why? because when you’re 17 you realize, you will have to start working, making money and becoming your own parent. It is the time you move out of mom and dads nest and discover who you are. It’s hard because many kids don’t want to do that. It’s necessary, Trust.
We’re done! SMH