Will Smith used to do “jokes insensitive” about the rule of his daughter Willow


The family of Will Smith has always projected an image of great internal stability and complicity. The long-lived marriage between the famous actor and his wife, also a performer (now recycled to host tv) Jada Pinkett Smithadds to the good relationship we have always bragged to have both with their two children, Jaden (21) and Willow (19).

However, not all is harmony in the home, of the Smith, as he has confessed to the matriarch in the latest episode of your show, The Red Table Talk. The u.s. received in the program to the rapper T. I. and his wife to chat about the latest and controversial statements of the singer on her daughter, in which he stated take her regularly to the gynecologist to check her hymen and prove that you have not lost your virginity. The artist took the opportunity to apologize publicly, and talk ended up drifting towards the topic of the challenges of parenting.

It was then when Jada decided to reflect with your guests on parental limits that she and her husband have marked the hour to educate and deal with their teenage children: “There are some things about raising a man that I can not know. I say to Will, ‘do you want your daughter, but let me teach it, because there are some delicate things that you cannot understand because your relationship with the world is different to a woman’s relationship with the world.'”

Thus, the wife of the Hollywood star went on to confess that even his own daughter has had to call attention to your father on more than one occasionfor being “one of those people that likes to joke around and sometimes end up too far”. And the actress did not hesitate to put a very specific example: “Willow has had to rebuke his father many times by insensitive comments about menstruation, such as ‘you must be premenstrual’. And she responds in plan, ‘we’re Not going to go there'”.