The daughter of Will Smith spoke of his addiction to marijuana and how the walked away from his friends


Honesty is above all a value for Will Smith and his family. His wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, had a frank conversation with your daughter Willow in the new episode of your program Red Table Talkbroadcast by Facebook Watch.

The young man, 19 years old, talked about how smoking marijuana went from having a recreational use social “excessive”. Jada, Willow, and her grandmother, Adrienne Banfield-Jones, age 66, talked about how to tackle addictions in the middle of the quarantine by the coronavirus.

“When I quit smoking was a great revelation. There are so many people that I called friends in my life, to just (I walked away). Really made me think: ‘is This really interesting?’”, said.


Willow Smith said that since three months ago he stopped smoking, what he did have awareness of how it affected your routine and passions, such as yoga and learn Spanish.

He explained that since then “I started to do a lot of yoga and I just, I stressed because I was putting all my energy into that.”

Realizing this reality, the made question: “What have I been missing? What I have not been putting all or not I’m putting all of my mental power?”.

What Jada Pinkett Smith replied: “As your mother, I was able to see the effects that you can’t”.

To avoid boredom

In addition, Jada assured him feel proud and believe that behind their excesses would be boredom, something more than common now for the confinement required by the pandemic of the coronavirus.

By doing so, they have incorporated new activities into their daily life while it continues in force to the extent of social distancing.

The magazine People notes that it is not the first time that the topic of addictions is addressed in the program. In July 2018, the mother of Jada confessed that for 20 years was addicted to heroin.

“I couldn’t hide.. the emotional damage and spiritual damage that I did to myself and (others). That was devastating”, then said Adrienne.