Jada Pinkett Smith & Willow: Welcome to Miami

Jada and Willow return to their hotel

Mother-daughter duo Jada Pinkett Smith and Willow were spotted arriving back to their Miami, Florida hotel after a dinner date together earlier this month (July 19).

Busy on her cell phone, the 11-year-old ‘I Am Me’ singer flashed a peace sign to the waiting paps as she passed by.

Willow took some heat this month for posting pics of herself with a tongue piercing (it turned out to be fake), but the spirited preteen says she’s not bothered by what other people think:

“If you don’t like me, if you like me; both are equally cool. I send love and positive energy to all those people in their lives. I hope they find where they’re meant to be but it’s kind of like don’t come here with that.”

She may be building a career and fan base all her own, but Willow is still just a Daddy’s girl at heart. Mom Jada proved that point when she posted a cute pic of her daughter sharing a sweet moment with dad Will Smith.

“Being a fatherless daughter these are the moments I cherish,” Jada wrote.

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Filed under: Jada Pinkett-Smith,Will Smith,Willow Smith

Photo credit: Bauer Griffin, Twitter

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  1. NYC Mommy

    Please get these children off Twitter… no eleven year old needs to have twitter followers. If she needs it for ther blossoming “career” please have an adult monitor it. She must have staff…

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  2. Tami

    She doesn’t monitor her Twitter , her management does. I get that because she is still a celebrity and has to promote herself. She’s not dumb and she of course know the rude comments because made about her. Kids aren’t stupid. Good for her she makes a valid point and that’s a good and strong lil girl her parents are raising . You “adults” who bully a kid based on her hairstyle or what she wears are pathetic.

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    • NYC Mommy

      Noting that someone clothes are hairstyle are inappropriate on a comment blog is not bullying a child. I dont follow her or anyone else on twitter. I only see her twitter on these websites.

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      • Janna

        I couldn’t possibly disagree with you more. What possible purpose is there in pointing out that you don’t like someone’s clothes or hairstyle? I know you called it ‘inappropriate’ clothes and hair, but that is ridiculous in this case. You may not like a shaved head, you may not like the colors she puts in her hair, you may not like her fake tongue piercing, but none of it is ‘inappropriate’. You just don’t like it, and that’s fine. But just because YOU don’t like it doesn’t make it ‘inappropriate’.

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        • NYC Mommy

          Janna, I do think a tongue ring is inappropriate and these commets secitons are for people’s opinions I was just merely stating commenting on these sites is NOT BULLYING anyone. It is reason for comment area. I would never go to any celebrities TWITTER, FACEBOOK or INSTAGRAM account and comment on their posts. I have no desire to dont even have a TWITTER, FACEBOOK or INSTAGRAM account and if I did I would not follow CHILDREN’S ACCOUNTS.

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          • Anonymous

            She doesn’t have a tongue ring. It was fake. Are fake tongue rings inappropriate now? How about fake tattoos?

            And just because YOU might not be bullying in your comments, does NOT mean that there aren’t others who are way worse than you. Stop pretending they don’t exist and that it’s just perfectly ok for anyone to say anything.

  3. Tami

    I saw the full interview she mentioned grown adults coming on her Instagram saying all sorts of things. My thing is why are grown adults on a child’s Instagram? Creeps much.

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    • NYC Mommy

      FYI if you look at age requirements for instagram it is 13 not 11 so actually adults (no matter how weird and pathetic they are ) are authorized to use instagram Willow is not. So if she was not on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook with public pages then no adults could make pathetic or rude comments about her.

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      • Janna

        So what will your excuse be in 2 years when she is technically old enough to use these services? Whose fault will it be then when adults say pathetic and rude things about her?

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        • NYC Mommy

          I am not making excuses I am stating facts. She should have her pages private (just for friends and family) and have a professional facebook page to handle her career totally taken care of by an adult so weird adults could not contact her. THE FAULT LIES WITH HER PARENTS WHO LET HER HAVE HER PAGES PUBLIC. We all know there are alot of sickos out there in the world especially on web so her parents should protect her from those unwanted adult fans.

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    • Elle

      More importantly, why is an 11 year old on Instagram?

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