Willow Smith sincerely believes that she has a difficult life due to her growth as the daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith.
"I'm going to be totally and absolutely honest, it's absolutely terrible" Willow, 17, lamented Girl Gaze in an interview published on Friday.
"Growing up and trying to discover your life … while people feel they have some kind of right to know what is going on, it is absolutely, terribly terrible – and the only way to overcome it is to enter it," he said. . "You can not change your face, you can not change your parents, you can not change any of those things."
Willow admitted that social networks play a role in her fight with fame.
"I feel that most children like me end up in a spiral of depression, and the world is sitting there watching them through their phones, laughing and making jokes and creating memes with the paralyzing effect that this lifestyle has in the psyche, "he said. "When you are born, there are two options that you have: I will try to investigate it completely and help from within, or nobody will know where I am and I am really going to completely remove myself from the society's eye." There really is nothing in between. "
He previously revealed that he only noticed Willow's ambivalence towards show business in 2012, when he shaved the hair he had hit during his" Whip My Hair "tour.
"We came downstairs and shaved his bald head," Will recalled in "Footnotes of Adnis" by Jay-Z, published in August . "He shaved his bald head in the middle of his tour & # 39; Whip My Hair & # 39; I was like, & # 39; Oh, s-t & # 39; … I'm looking at that girl and I'm like, I understand, I understand, you will not have this problem outside of me anymore, come on, baby, we can go. & # 39; "