Willow Smith Says She & Brother Jaden Felt “Shunned” By Black Community

Published: Saturday 17th Oct 2020 by Ryan

Willow Smith has made a huge revelation.

The singer has revealed on ‘Red Table Talkthat she and he brother Jaden felt “shunned” by the black community growing.

Her words below:

“With the African American community, I kind of felt like me and Jaden were shunned a little bit.”

Willow then went on to describe her and her brother’s unconventional presentations as a reason saying:

“We’re not gonna take pride in them because they’re too different. They’re too weird.”

Both she and Jaden began adopting more of an androgynous approach to their presentations in the early 2010s.

Their mom, Jada Pinkett Smith, then recalled the “firestorm” that occurred when Willow cut her hair.

To watch the latest episode of ‘Red Table Talk,’ click here.

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  1. K’’man October 17, 2020

    I’m not shocked Will and jada have an unconventional marriage of entanglements and being having same s** partners.’ the kids are going be strange and weird. These kids are Oreos black on the outside but white in the inside, like when have they stood up and said BLM!

  2. Fancy BISH October 17, 2020

    I can see how she said that, but I never thought they were too weird…they’re kids! Clarkson is weird cause IT is grown and IT is a troll that twerks under a bridge daily🤣 I need to watch this episode

  3. AJ October 17, 2020

    Y’all late af on this article

  4. Gugu October 17, 2020

    Yes and no, defintly not anymore now though

  5. Meme October 17, 2020

    It’s a very small percentage of the black community that have this perception. They are mostly embraced, especially among the black creative community. I mean everyone was talking about Willow smith after the FENTY show.

  6. adele4life October 17, 2020

    She’s such a spoiled brat tbh.

    How were their shunned?
    Whip My Hair received universal love from the black community right away, She then went on and effed up her career with whack @$$ tracks.
    Jayden was embraced too with his 1st 2 movies smashing hard.

    News Flash to them: Hollywood think yall are weird, that’s why they ain’t casting ayll no more.

    But I guess, when you grow up a Smith, nothing short of 100% devotion is good enough… smh

    Jayden is still bae tho’

  7. Section8DaGreat October 17, 2020

    NO! We were just tired of ya’ll forcing this weird punk/indie vibe and it was annoying. We in the black community LOVE different as long as it is authentic. Willow and Jaden was trying too hard and we saw through the fake sh.i.t

    • Nah October 17, 2020

      I agree with this.

    • Bey October 17, 2020

      Preach, I see no lies zero originality and you want us to buy. No sis

    • AJ October 17, 2020

      100%. The world did you a favour by not supporting the forced indie ish and Jada and Will tyring to live their 2nd teenage years through willow and Jaden.

  8. Pat October 17, 2020

    Fet more like they shunned the community to me

  9. 🍭marilyn monh-O-E🍭(drink my diva cup ☕️) October 17, 2020

    Gurl bye!!! People talking about u or knowing u just because u have a father named will smith, other then that she accomplished ZERO in her music or acting career 💅🏿💅🏿💅🏿

  10. J October 17, 2020

    I’m just here for the comments 😏

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