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Will & Jada Smith Are Okay With Willow & Moises Arias In Bed Photo

Willow Smith and Moises Arias In Bed

Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith are being chewed out on social media for being the worse parents in Hollywood.

A photoof 13-year-old Willow Smith laying on a bed next to 20-year-old “Hannah Montana” star Moises Arias has stirred up a lot of controversy on social media since making it’s debut on Instagram this week.

According to TMZ, Will and Jada has no problem with the photo.

Sources say Moises Arias is best friends with 15-year-old Jaden Smith. The sources also said Will and Jada think Willow Smith is very mature and is capable of making her own decisions. They thinks the photo is an innocent piece of art.

Do you agree with Will Smith and Jada’s views?

 
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  • max

    it’s a tough call

  • Arawannah Bailey

    What’s tough about it. Rich or not this little girl is obviously being allowed to grow up too fast. She may be getting parental guidance in the home but what she is allowed to show the public makes both her and her parents look bad. The fact that she called a woman old enough to be her grandmother {Oprah } by her first name was sad and showed a lapse in parental guidance, whether she is a performer or not. I also thought it was inappropriate for a 13 year-old to be singing about a summer fling and now we see a picture of her on the bed with a 20 year old. Shame on the Smiths. They should take lessons from their friends, the Obamas on how to raise children. Money is no substitute for character. I hope Will and Jada don’t later regret their decisions.

  • Scrammydee

    might just be a photo shoot and nothing else.

    • real talk

      No. There are lines. The mere fact that she is a minor and he is not crosses that line. He should know better to be honest because this picture now calls him into question. I am not looking at morals but law. He is topless so imagine the message being sent out. I am not saying he did anything but the picture will make that assumption likely. She is 13. So morally there is no debate.