In a candid interview with her mother Jada Pinkett Smith and grandmother Adrienne Banfield-Jones, Willow revealed that she struggles with fame.
As part of a new conversation series called Red Table Talk, the singer said that if she could change one thing about her life, she "wouldn’t be famous."
"When you're famous it's so hard ... let's say a regular girl is going to the bookstore. It's ten times harder to go everywhere," said Willow. "As fast as you can get there, it's going to take me ten more minutes to get there. I have to call security."
Prior to her pop career, Willow was practically born in the public eye thanks to her father Will Smith’s success.
However, she did appreciate the one thing fame could offer her that she wouldn't change.
"If there's a problem in the world, then more people will listen to me," she said.
A very noble standing for such a young girl.
Jada was understanding of Willow’s dilemma and during the conversation was eager to negotiate ways for Willow to attain more freedom and still have some presence so she can use her fame constructively.