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Jada Pinkett-Smith Defends Willow Smith’s Eccentric Hairstyles via Facebook Post

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Jada Pinkett-Smith defends Willow Smiths eccentric hairstyles, says beauty isn't measured by her hair length

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The Smith family has made it very clear that they allow their children to create their own self-identity. Willow Smith is not shy of donning eccentric hairstyles and clothing. It appears that her mother, Jada Pinkett-Smith, is aware of the ridicule she and  her husband Will Smith have been getting from the public about their daughter’s style.

Pinkett-Smith took to her Facebook page to set the record straight about she and Will Smith’s decision to allow Willow to rock her own style. Here’s what she posted:

A letter to a friend…

This subject is old but I have never answered it in its entirety. And even with this post it will remain incomplete.

The question why I would LET Willow cut her hair. First the LET must be challenged. This is a world where women,girls are constantly reminded that they don’t belong to themselves; that their bodies are not their own, nor their power or self determination. I made a promise to endow my little girl with the power to always know that her body, spirit and her mind are HER domain. Willow cut her hair because her beauty, her value, her worth is not measured by the length of her hair. It’s also a statement that claims that even little girls have the RIGHT to own themselves and should not be a slave to even their mother’s deepest insecurities, hopes and desires. Even little girls should not be a slave to the preconceived ideas of what a culture believes a little girl should be.

More to come. Another day.

J

How do you feel about Jada’s post?

 

279 Comments

  1. Joseph Hunter

    November 21, 2012 at 7:34 pm

    Most of the styles I’ve seen her wear were okay.

  2. Cheryl

    November 21, 2012 at 7:36 pm

    Huh, really I can’t even count how many hairstyles I wear in a year. Don’t even dignify that nonsense with a response

  3. Belinda Denise

    November 21, 2012 at 8:55 pm

    When you are ONLY CONCERNED about *Hair* you are Concerned about Nothing….She makes hair not the reverse….Where are the comments of the little girl’s Willow’s age who have No Hair due because of Weaves and Braids…No Comments there!

  4. Yvette Lanier

    November 21, 2012 at 9:53 pm

    Who are we to judge how she styled her hair. If she wants her hair short; that’s her choice; not ours.

  5. Margo Moore

    November 21, 2012 at 10:38 pm

    Waiste of time, it does not matter at all to me!

  6. Thelma Williams

    November 22, 2012 at 1:47 am

    More things to be concerned about than Willow’s hair style.I just hope that she is well adjusted in the life style and environment that she is being reared in.Hair will grow back. If her mother is alright with the cutting of her hair and her hair styles what can anyone else do or say about it? I try not to be overly concerned about what other people do that does not impact me on a highly personal level.I do wish people would spend some time in prayer for our nation, our leaders and for themselves. we are experiencing some troubling times.

  7. Elizabeth

    November 22, 2012 at 5:18 pm

    Talented young artist. Her hairstyle does not concern me, I love her voice and look forward to hearing more from her. She is a tween and old enough to say how she wants to wear her hair.

  8. JANICE MONTGOMERY

    November 22, 2012 at 7:38 pm

    IF WILLOW IS ALLOWED TO MAKE ALL OF THESE MAJOR DECISIONS TELL ME WHERE DOES PARENTAL GUIDEANCE COME IN.PARENTS ARE THERE TO GUIDE THERE MINOR CHILDREN AND HELP SHAPE THEM ON THE PATH TO BECOMING ADULTS. A FEW YRS AGO I SAW WILLOW ON THE OPRAH SHOW, THE LITTLE GIRL WAS REDICULOUS IN THE WAY SHE WAS ADDRESSING OPRAH AS ‘GIRL THIS AND GIRL THAT’.THE BEHAVIOR THAT WILLOW DISPLAYED ON THE OPRAH SHOW WAS THAT OF A CHILD WITH NO MANNERS OR GUIDANCE AT ALL. IT APPEARS THAT WILLOW HAS BEEN MAKING HER OWN DECISIONS FOR A VERY LONG TIME. IT IS TIME FOR THE SMITHS TO LIVE UP TO THE MEANING OF PARENTS AND STOP BEING THE BEST FRIENDS OF THEIR KIDS

    • Linda

      November 24, 2012 at 1:04 pm

      I agree. I like boundaries and directions for children. Some children have not been fortunate enough to have this precious commodity of directions and guidance. Some end of as sex slaves; stolen childhood; teen mothers and the list goes on. This is not about cutting her hair but the fact that she is given too much rope that next time it want be “cutting hair” but a much more serious one–something that want grow back or she can’t get back. Just a thought

    • Mz

      November 26, 2012 at 8:09 am

      Plz. You sound ridiculous! You’re looking way too far into this!

    • BlackBetty

      November 28, 2012 at 9:37 am

      What is so “major” about cutting ones hair?

  9. christopher mosley

    November 22, 2012 at 8:15 pm

    All that “empowered woman” shit is nonsense. She’s just a tool of the Anglo power structure brainwashing parents/kids (especially black) with “letting the kids be themselves” nonsense. What she posted was some typical negropean bullshit….smh

  10. Brooks howton

    November 22, 2012 at 8:15 pm

    Leave her alone! She’s not u all kids!!! Worry abt living yall broke ass lives#wishing you was her

  11. christopher mosley

    November 22, 2012 at 8:26 pm

    Tell it like it is, Janice!!! Everybody is brainwashed with the moronic idea that kids oughta guide themselves and in response to Brooks Howton’s comment, stop riding rich people’s dick because they’re rich….smh

  12. maxine white

    November 22, 2012 at 8:50 pm

    White folks allow their children’s hair to be cut,styled,permed, colored, any style they want, why bother addressing two parents choice to raise their child the way they see fit, I wish I WOULD ALLOW SOMEONE TO DICTATE TO ME WHAT THEY THINK IS PROPER FOR MY CHILD!THAT IS UNCHARTED TERRITORY…BACK OFF!

  13. Jodi

    November 22, 2012 at 11:16 pm

    I read an article where a man wore a skirt because his little 3 or 4 year old kid wanted to wear one and we are concerned about how short this baby’s hair is…please..seven people got shot in Chicago last night

  14. Julia Francois

    November 23, 2012 at 12:15 am

    Jada makes some valid points. Thoughts many of us have never considered. Allowing a young lady to make her own stule statement is not reckless parenting. Many mothets do live thru their daughters and force a traditional style of dress,hair, etc on their daughters. Exploration of various sryles is what shapes us into who we are. Willows short haircuts allow us to see her remarkable facial features which so mirror her dad.

  15. papa sonni bobor

    November 23, 2012 at 8:09 am

    it’s becoming unbearable to believe that people will keep on talking about other people’s hair style.Gabby Douglas was at the Olympic winning Gold medals for US but some impish idiots were there just to criticize her hair style.Willow is a star so she has the right to put any look she likes,but no to look like Donald Trump’s ugly and unkempt hair style.

  16. radiah

    November 23, 2012 at 8:50 am

    The issue is NOT HAIR it’s PARENTING! Did Jada’s momma let her do her own thing at a young age? Jada and her “whupped ” husband are Ignorant and are creating “patients” for Psychiatrists out of their children. What a shame!

  17. Melodee

    November 23, 2012 at 10:24 am

    I could hardly believe that there were comments/negative comments inre: Willow Smith’s hair. Who “plants” this stupidity?

  18. Audrey

    November 23, 2012 at 5:08 pm

    Really people worried about a mother allowing her child to cut her hair let’s focus on our Vets coming home to their loved ones after loosing their legs their arm depressed after seeing their fellow soldiers killed right on side of them more important things in life to discuss and focus on then talking about this child hair and for those of you that’s so negative do you know where your children are what they do when not in your present when you live in a glass house don’t throw stone let Mr@Mrs Smith raise their children to the best of their ability. WAY TO GO Will @ JADA

  19. SiBelle Kiki

    November 23, 2012 at 5:58 pm

    What is wrong with some of you ppl? Ya’ll so worried about Jada and Will allowing THEIR daughter to cut her hair. There are many kids who are being molested and abused by their parents and ya’ll worried about some freaking hair that will grow back. Mind ya’ll business and get a life of your own! I love the Smiths!

    • Deborah

      November 25, 2012 at 6:58 pm

      Thanks SiBelle……good response…..mind ya business ppl!

  20. LaLa32caramel

    November 23, 2012 at 8:33 pm

    I agree there are so many other more important things to worry about than a child’s hair. I believe they are raising her right. They travel with their kids as a family when one has to perform or do a movie. They are not encouraging her to drink or do drugs. I applaud them allowing their children to be their selves. My biological mother lived her life through me. My hair was long, so I couldn’t cut it because she couldn’t grow long hair, I had to be perfect in school, I couldn’t live as a child because she didn’t want to risk me getting pregnant at a young age like her. So I was locked up not allowed to do anything. Her control of me was not healthy and caused more problems than solutions. This is 2012 . Today’s world kids will find a way to do what they want to do or be themselves, choosing to be rebellious. My daughter knows how to respect her elders,etc. But she will be her own person not the image I want. All I can do is remember I was a teen once, sit and talk to her,give her my advice, hope she listens and let her know I am here for her and willing to listen. Kids will be kids. So unless you plan on handcuffing yourself to them. We can only try to be the best parents we can be and allow them. To grow into their own person

  21. mark3bm3

    November 24, 2012 at 1:53 am

    (Applauds to Mrs. Jada Pinkett Smith true proof of a REAL WOMAN BEING A GOOD MOTHER….the media/social network are jealous of how great the Smiths are living and I love this family)

  22. Momswhoputweaveintoddlerhair

    November 24, 2012 at 5:30 am

    People have warped values these days. People critique a successful mom for giving her daughter the gift of freedom from the slavery of hair styling and yet those same people probably support kiddy perms and Korean weave in young girls? [think slave think]

  23. linda king

    November 24, 2012 at 6:51 am

    Hair grows back, whats the big deal.

  24. Erica

    November 24, 2012 at 8:37 am

    It’s their child,so whatever decision they let her make at this young age, only they will reap the scorn if things go left down the road. They live in the public eye so failure or not, it will be known.

  25. Azeem Zarif

    November 24, 2012 at 8:39 am

    I for one feel that the Smiths are absolutly correct in their handleing of their daughter Willow. The world is always trying to run people lives, when they can’t even run their’s. It is so very sad that in a world where people speak of freedom, we as humanbeings are quicker than a New York minuet, to place limites,blocks and locks on people, because we don’t feel comfortable with ourselves as indivisuals.

  26. Kim

    November 24, 2012 at 9:03 am

    I truthfully don’t give a damn. I have enough & more important things as well as issues on my own plate.

  27. Hedied4all1x

    November 24, 2012 at 9:05 am

    I am a true believer of the word of God which reads that if you don’t discipline your child you don’t love your child, spare the rod spoil the child, training a child up in the way he/she should go and when he/she is older he/she won’t depart. Discipline is a very important key to God when it comes to us raising our children. Even He says He chaisten those He loves and He loves everyone! Proverbs is full of verses where Solomon instructs his son concerning a lot of things pertaining to life. God desires us to raise our children not them raising themselves. This has been forgotten in these days and that’s why so many of these children are failing in life. The world preaches that children should be in charge, and can say and do as they please. In my home that is not an option ; I am the parent and I am not my child’s friend! End of story.

    • Jeannie

      November 24, 2012 at 10:49 am

      I totally agree. My mom always made it clear she was my mom, my parent not my girlfriend.

  28. Jeannie

    November 24, 2012 at 10:46 am

    While Jada believes her daughter should be able to make her own decisions for her hair, there should be some concern. Young girls nowadays are growing too fast and there are costs to that. If a hairstyle makes a young girl look like a young woman, then that is a problem and does not send out a good influential message to the thousands of young girls looking up to her daughter. As for people needing to focus on the economy…those are way different subjects and all if it requires attention. We must be concerned of our country and support out President in correct our economy and the dozens of other issues out there, but in the meantime we do not ignore a little girls hairstyle if that has a potentiality to cause some problems down the road. She is still a young girl and young girls require guidance even for something as simple as a hair style. Sometimes they do not realize the image or the message they are sending out. Just my opinion!

  29. Yolanda

    November 24, 2012 at 11:35 am

    I love it and I guess she told y’all haters…..I teach my daughter the same thing. Hair grows back but u must keep ur self worth value and self esteem

  30. PJ

    November 24, 2012 at 12:26 pm

    Hey it looks good to me and why the hell are others worrying about somebody else’s hair or business for that matter,worry about your on backyard and not somebody else’s and whay ever yoi got to say negative is your weak ass opinion,have a nice day.

  31. elle

    November 24, 2012 at 12:29 pm

    Here, here. I applaud Jada. Willow is lucky to have been born to her. I love the message allowing a young lady to have control of her self-identity. Way to shut down the ignorant, Jada. You rock.

  32. P. Robinson

    November 24, 2012 at 1:37 pm

    I feel that a public figure serves as a model for his/her peers. I would not like to see every little girl cut her hair BECAUSE your daughter (who is a popular public figure) does. Yes, you have your rights, but when your rights set examples for everyones little girl, you might need to think about it just a little more. I personally accept what adult people do if it makes them happy, (because I have enough sense to not copy it for myself). Children do what they see other children do, and I don’t want my granddaughter to think that is the “way to go.” Sorry!

  33. Makemshake

    November 24, 2012 at 1:43 pm

    Really.. the folks with the “way deep perspective” we talking about HAIR.. looks like the little girl isok with herself seeing that she cut it and does not care what people think. THATS HER CHOICE. What about some of yall that rush to get your little girls hair weaved up? Instead of trippin off her hair kaybe yall should trip off paying your bills ON TME. This is worse than TMZ.. #hatersgonnaalwayshavesomethinnegitive2say

  34. Patricia

    November 24, 2012 at 1:56 pm

    Someday Willow will be all grown up and will glue some weave in… After all isn’t that what a lot of black women are doing? Isn’t that the American way! One thing is for sure, you grow with rules or you learn them all along the way (which is a harder choice). Parents have the responsibility to “teach”. Yes, we want our children to have their own identity but not before they really understand what makes up an identity. There is a reason there are stages in life – from the cradle to the grave.

  35. Michele

    November 24, 2012 at 2:10 pm

    First, I will agree that on a personal level, this is nobodys’ business but the Smith’s. BUT on a global level, the Smith’s have to acknowledge that they are in the limelight and that is where they put their children as a result of the celebrity path that has not only been nurtured but encouraged by them.
    I am not a fan of the various hairstyles but what is truly disturbing and is being ignored by Jada specifically is Willow’s behavior when she was on the Oprah show.
    Albeit everything Jada has said about empowerment etc., etc., …what happened to ‘respect your elders.” Willow spoke to Oprah as if she were her equal and spoke to the other children on the show as if she (Willow) was the adult who should get the respect. Jada, I love you girl, but you have not addressed this issue and I think if you look back, it was after that Oprah appearance that people really got upset. Willow cannot believe that she is equal with Oprah yet act as if the ‘real’ children on the show should show her respect…unless of course she equates notoriety as a prerequisite for respect.
    Could it be that she has become so ‘full of herself’ that she believes she is on a par with Oprah but definitely more than just a little girl?
    I also agree with the person who said the Smith’s are rich and their daughter can do anything; as well as someone else who said that their might be something to say for ‘white’ brainwashing. A regular little Black girl cannot act this way in school and move forward.
    There was an article in the paper today about President Obama and Michelle’s older daughter. It spoke of her being a role model for teens, all teens. I for one, felt pride that her parents had the sense to have her grounded and rooted so that after 4 years in the White House, she is blossoming into a respectful young woman. I am sure her Grandmother had a hand in that.
    It’s not the hair Jada, it’s the total package that is becoming more questionable daily and just maybe you are letting your own stuff get in the way of what is best for Willow. Are you sure that you are not trying to prove something? Re-examine your motives before you dig your heels in any further.
    Sorry, just one more thing. Your son’s career took off first and the first time I saw them on Oprah she was a cute respectful little girl but definitely in the background. Your son is cool in an unassuming way. He is not plastered all over the newspapers. Was the hair thing etc just about I am as good as my brother or worse yet, Our daughter is as good as our son…if you get what I mean. You seem to have slowed your career path to raise the children and maybe you want to make sure that doesn’t happen to your daughter. Theses things can get very convoluted. Be well.

  36. Metafly

    November 24, 2012 at 2:18 pm

    Let her be. Her mother is right in all ways and directions. Being raised to ‘know yourself’ is the greatest gift she could give her daughter. Stop posting stupid foolishness about ‘what if this…’ and ‘what if that…’. She is not gonna let her daughter be a truany, sexual deviant or another such dumbassedness. She is a responsible person and so is her husband. SHE IS NOT HER HAIR!

    For the folks who are teaching their girls that their hair and, ass, and breasts, and legs are what makes them a wonderful person…..I hope that they rebel enough to back you off of that negative thinking. ROCK on JADA!

  37. Karen

    November 24, 2012 at 2:32 pm

    I for one support Jada in her decision to support her daughter style. Her hair represents her style…not society style! Willow is a beautiful young girl that is growing into a beautiful, strong woman. It is better for her to rock her own hair (short or long or any style she want) then to put all of that fake hair on her head that so many young and old african american women are wearing. GO WILLOW with you own style!!!! LOVE your look…

  38. Lark713

    November 24, 2012 at 2:38 pm

    Bravo Jada, Bravo!
    I have also felt from time to time and expressed “what is going on with that child’s head.” However, I do realize that my perspective is colored by the norms of my generation. My generation stopped using the hot comb against many of our grandmothers wishes… So, I love the way Jada empowers and guides her daughter without diminishing her creativity. Yes, she is so much more than her hair. My father told me as a girl that “your hair is your beauty.” Luckily, Willow is being taught that her hair is not her beauty.
    Some of Willow’s hair styles I wouldn’t allow my eleven year old daughter to have based on the requirements of her daily milieu. However, I admire what Jada is hoping to instill in her daughter. I admire her demonstration of courage, deviating from the norm. I applaud her alternative modeling for other mothers who seek to go against the perceived norm and be creative in mothering differently.
    In this season of Thanksgiving, Christmas, Chanukah and Kwaanza, we need to support these sisters whether we believe, approve and or understand. There has not been any hint of impropriety or scandal with regard to any of the Smith children. Therefore, we have to assume that they are being parented appropriately. Being a mother is challenging and being a perfect mother is impossible. We are all learning new things from our journey with our children. Surviving the experience, with introspection and openness is key!

    Season Greetings My Sister Girls!

  39. KingTut

    November 24, 2012 at 2:54 pm

    Dear Jada, thanks for taking the time to write to publicly defend what appears to be awkward social style of your beautiful daughter. While I agree that children need to be empowered to be confident yet at the same time children need to be children. They need to be discipled and pruned by adults/parents in the household or neighborhoods. Unfortunately not many adults have it together these days becuase they thmeselves were left to their own device to be adults like Our sister Jada is suggesting. Where does Jada draw the line? So should Willow be having underage sex because that empowers her? Jada the question is for you, Sis. Please, take care of those gifted children and be the parent that the Lord calls you to be and stop defending these outre behaviors.

  40. Ann G.

    November 24, 2012 at 4:22 pm

    Jada is right on the mark with the statement, “a women’s self worth is not judged by the length of ones hair.” I trust as a mother she knows how far to allow things to go because after all, they are a part of the Hollywood “seen & be seen crowd.” And…it is way too easy for things to go too far in “how do u like me now” stars.

  41. barbara

    November 24, 2012 at 5:50 pm

    what is the problem. If more people spent time reading a book the world would be a better place. ThiS is a child and her parents have the right to do as they please. People please,”WATCH HOW YOU WALK IN CHURCH”. I think it is cute and and neat.

  42. Ziggy

    November 24, 2012 at 6:05 pm

    COMING FROM A TRUE BEAUTIFUL WOMAN WHOM HERSELF LOOKS GOOD IN A SHORT HARSTYLE THAT WILL ALLOW HER CHILD THE SAME PRIVILEGE!!!!

  43. Michele

    November 24, 2012 at 6:28 pm

    I still don’t get why no one is addressing the ‘attitude’ instead of the hair. We all agree with Jada basically on that note.

    Why the dismissive attitude about Willows behavior with Oprah, not merely because Oprah is Oprah but because she is an elder.

  44. H. LaVerne Hardin

    November 24, 2012 at 6:45 pm

    Jada is wise, strong and independent thinker. She is after my heart. I respect her, Willow, Will, there is no limitations in this world. Suppression of a child’s talent, abilities and skills is a sin, what Willow has God gave her, Jada and Will natured it. What is up with the minor things of a person’s life when we must concern ourselves with things that interfer with the basic necessities of our life.
    God is good to Willow, she is blessed to be so young and so talented.

    H. LaVerne – Upland, CA.

  45. Theressa Wesley

    November 24, 2012 at 7:59 pm

    God entrusted little human beings into their parents’ care so that parents could teach them and impress good values and principles into their little minds,hearts and spirits. Parents know when their children are mature enough to assume certain responsibilities; and each child develops differently.

  46. Sandra

    November 25, 2012 at 12:05 am

    Maybe other Black mothers will stop being scared of cutting their daughters hair. I am glad that she lets her cut, because we as Blacks are teaching our kids that straight hair and length matters. I mean we straighten their hair and add it and then say after that they are pretty.

  47. sernuaaba heru-t

    November 25, 2012 at 9:29 am

    thank you jada for supporting willow in developing her own identity. our youth cannot walk in our shoes. we are only here to assist and give guidance.

  48. JDub81

    November 25, 2012 at 10:26 am

    Is this really any of our business?

  49. PB Short

    November 25, 2012 at 12:41 pm

    This is a perefct time to make someone HAPPY…Mind Your Own Business…

    • sandra

      November 25, 2012 at 6:37 pm

      Thank you

  50. Enoughalready

    November 25, 2012 at 5:31 pm

    Has Jada forgotten, or never knew, the definition of parenting? If this child, and I do mean, child, not yet adult, wanted to play in the middle of the freeway, would Jada say she owns her body? Give me a break, have we taken leave of our minds, this is a child, does she even know what her mind is? Where is the parenting? Having children is more than the sex act!

  51. Freda P Jenkins

    November 25, 2012 at 6:29 pm

    I can relate (somewhat), as a child growing up many, many years ago..:)), I was aware that long hair earned you some type of higher status..I begged my MOM for years to let me cut mine…when she finally agreed, I had it cut as short as Willow’s…LOL! Boy, did I enjoy hearing my relatives reaction, it was a hoot to me!!

  52. sandra

    November 25, 2012 at 6:36 pm

    Not worried about, willow! She has great parents,I’m concerned about kids who have very little, or no guidance, and spend time wondering about rent and food! The Smith family, somehow will survive!

  53. Latania

    November 25, 2012 at 6:40 pm

    Jada and Wll, YOU GUYS KEEP DOING WHAT YOU ARE DOING! They talked about Jesus. The people who do not have children are probably the ones with the strongest convictions regarding how you are raising your children. Anything that goes against “their” norm is deemed unacceptable. Teaching self-love begins when they are young. Look at how they attacked Gabbie Douglas. They shut their mouths when she got a new relaxer and a weave. i was praying that her mother would allow her to go NATURAL. Cheers to YOU!! In this world, their HAIR is NOT the biggest lesson! You have my support!!

  54. casandra

    November 25, 2012 at 7:24 pm

    luv it

  55. Mz

    November 26, 2012 at 8:17 am

    You people are outrageous! You are discussing this child as though she was an adult! I began cutting and coloring my hair without my mother’s permission. I hated hair! The hot comb, the braids, the perms-she drove me crazy with that mess so I took matters into my own hands. My mom expressed her dislike but she never bothered to interfere. Ive been natural or bald since childhood and love it. Black women need to stop trying to be who they’re NOT- white.

  56. valex50

    November 26, 2012 at 2:48 pm

    I Salute you Jada, Will and your family.
    Come on People….
    We have larger problems to worry about than a child’s hair.
    I hate to see what happens when the White House Girls decide to play with their hair.
    v

  57. Miz Rose

    November 27, 2012 at 12:38 pm

    Willow you are a very sweet, cute talented young girl, find you and do what’s best for you as long as you stay close to your parents and God you want go wrong. It’s okay to listen to all the comments positive and negatives but just be true to yourself. Hair does not make you you make the hair, even though you are young you appear to be a very smart person. Love yourself first.

  58. maxine williams

    December 2, 2012 at 7:17 pm

    I am so proud of how the mothers have responded in positive ways.

    The Smiths,like The Obamas are in the public eyesight every day.
    If they were allowing their children to do anything illegal or immoral or criminal, I could see all the fuss. Gabriel Douglass had the same
    comments. Willow is a little girl, growing up in a world that accepts differences,yet she is a normal little girl, as her mother has said, growing into her own.
    It seems that Jada and Will know the boundaries and have set them.
    Willow, is actually a role model for other little girls, who maynot evenhave the opportunity to grow into their own persons.
    With all the violence and abuse in the world, and much is directed at females, I admire the Smiths. Also they and the Petes and so many other celebrities must be aware of the public opinion.They do such good humantarian acts, that I am sure their values include those same attributes for their children.
    I would imagine any child who is in the public light, must meet much criticism. Think how many child stars, had to grow up too fast.

    I often wonder, why the AA celebrity children get so much criticism and others get ‘Oh Well, they are stars or stars children.
    I say let the children be children, teach them well and let them lead the way,from The Greatest. children will do as their parents allow,but their peers also play a big part in their lives. I would also imagine, living in Hollywood, adds much criticism, rather than if the children lived some other place. Jada, is a beautiful woman and mother and has overcome so much negativity,but she is a beautiful AA actress, with values and morals and she along with so many other entertainers,mothers and fathers must face much negativity. Willow is a beautiful young girl and her parents are from all observations, doing a great job,also with their son.Thank God, they are well behaved children.

  59. maxine williams

    December 2, 2012 at 7:27 pm

    Also, can we give credit for all the mothers and fathers, who are raising,good kids.teaching them values and morals and many are not entertainers nor rich.
    There are so many children, who may not get the love or attention they need and if they do become a part of the correctional system, it is as if they were targeted.
    Can we leave these parents alone, who are doing their best,but give them their applause ,before the correctional system,or violence has their children.

  60. VIOLA

    December 8, 2012 at 12:00 pm

    I never quite understood what all the hoopla was with the hairstyles that this girl choose to wear, I personally never saw anything wrong with it, it’s only hair ppl, it will grow back, what’s the difference between a little girl wanting a perm at a young age, I remember when I was a kid curly perms was all the rage, how is that any different from what she is doing with her hair now, now when I see her on you tube smoking a crack pipe then there’s a problem.

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