Willow Smith’s Tweets Revives Divorce Rumors

Willow Smith's Tweets Revives Divorce Rumors

Although rumors were squashed that celebrity couple Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith were headed for divorce, their 11-year old daughter’s recent tweets may have incited a resurgence.

“Sometimes… Life sucks,” Willow Smith tweeted on Sunday. “This day has been horrific… #wishlifewaseasy.”

“I am regular person…. For forget that… Nobody has a PICTURE PERFECT life… I am still just a child…” she continues.

Since her tweets have been receiving a lot of media attention, Willow was quick to respond.

“Omg, stop it already! I’m not allowed to have a bad day? This has nothing to do with my parents! Geez!”

The couple recently issued a statement addressing the buzz that their 13-year marriage was coming to an end:

“Although we are reluctant to respond to these types of press reports, the rumors circulating about our relationship are completely false,” the couple stated. We are still together, and our marriage is intact.”

What are your thoughts about Willow’s recent tweets?

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  1. Anonymous9

    Why would anybody let their 11 year old be on Twitter? Of course, by that I mean anybody who wasn’t more interested in publicity than in raising happy, healthy kids.

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  2. Anonymous

    She’s 11! She could have been reffering to ANYTHING!! At 11, everything is a HUGE deal. Give it a rest media!

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    • Anonymous

      Seriously, whoever wrote this post needs to learn the difference between the fanfic in their head and reality. Kids say stuff like that about everything, and this is the first thing you think of?

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    • Mike Mckoy

      Its terrible that people need to spread gossip ad involve a child so they can make headlines.

      She’s 11 and I agree, she could have bee talking about anything. I saw nothing in that message that implicated Will or Jada.

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  3. SMH

    Tweens and teens are very bipolar. I have teen cousins and one minute on FB they’ll be saying how great life is and an hour later they are complaining about how awful things are! You really can’t take anything they say literally.

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  4. nosoupforyou

    SMH, no tweens are not “very biploar.” Bipolar disorder is a very serious mental illness and has nothing to do with the normal ups and downs of tweens. That being said, there is no clue how her “tweet” could add to divorce rumors.

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  5. Natalie

    why is yall questioning the kid about her parents problem? and why isnt okay for her to have a twitter account? hell half your kids have twitter account it not all an adult thing to have pages.! i lover smith’s family and their number one fan

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  6. Anonymous

    Who cares? “Beam me up Scotty, there NO intelligent life here!”

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