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Friday, June 16, 2017

Jada And Will Smith's Teen Kids Willow And Jaden Have Moved Out Of Home...

Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith are officially empty nesters. Their teen children — Willow, 16, and Jaden, 18 — have moved out of their house.



The Magic Mike XXL actress, 45, revealed the life update during an interview with Haute Living. While most kids their age are living off mom and dad as long as possible, these two self-proclaimed wunderkinds are traveling the world to build their careers. Though they still talk to their famous mom and dad all the time.

“It’s funny — they’re not around, but they are!” Jada said. “I don’t even have time to miss them! Willow loves to call me every day, and even Jaden, when he’s away on set, still needs to see Will and I when he gets homesick.”

While those two are off working (Jaden is filming Life in a Year, while Willow is making music and serving as a Chanel ambassador), Will’s son from his first marriage, Trey, lives five minutes away from Jada and Will, she said.

So how is Jada filling the extra time? Working and spending time with friends, including her Girls Trip co-star Queen Latifah.

As long as she has her phone and can stay connected to the kids, the world is her oyster.

from yahoo celeb.


*In Nigeria Kids will stay with their parents until they reach 50 sef.
WOW...

I pray God gives me wisdom to let me kids move out when its time ooooh cos it isnt easy even thinking about it!
Respect to them!


40 comments:

  1. Enter your comment...I agree with you as in d case of Nigeria,esp d male child,they feel they are entitled to it smh

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    1. How do you guys have "enter your comment" before your comment? I don't understand.

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  2. Isn't 16 too young to be away from home especially as she is in the entertainment industry?
    Never liked Jada

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    1. She doesn't care. Who likes you?

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    2. LMAOOOOO @Anon SAVAGE!!!!! 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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    3. She doesn't know you
      Kwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwa

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  3. Hmmnnnnn.... chai.... so its ok for my baby to leave home sooner than I expected. I was thinking 22. Don't really think I can do earlier than that except for higher institution purpose.

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  4. The actual worrying starts when the kids are grown and decid to move out.

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  5. I'm older than these children oo and....

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    1. Hahahaahahha and you still dey do mama thank you. 😆😆😆😆😆😆😆.

      No worry your time dey come

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  6. Kids get mature mentally over there quickly.

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  7. Imagine myself telling Mum that I want to leave home... She ll be like "Shey o gbadun sha!

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    1. 😂😂😂😂
      I think 16 is too early though.

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  8. The truth is, they are too young to stay alone because of bad vices that they might be influence to

    And besides ,these two kids behave as if they are from the "Mars "

    Well, their parents sef I don't understand them


    Na Dem sabbi jarre




    @Galore

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    1. Very strange Martian behaviours. Lol.

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  9. But Nigerian parents don't even allow their kids to move on so fast. They will keep holding you down unless you schooled outside their state and served far away from them. And work far way from them. But once you work close to them, they will wonder why you want to rent a house and stay away from them. Especially when you are a girl.

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  10. Naija children make una learn. Your parents owe you nothing. You owe them a lot. Go out and fend for yourselves selfish children.

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  11. 16 years is too tender to stay without supervision of parents or guardian.whatever rocks their boats tho.who am I to tell them what's good for them..Willow of yesterday

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    1. @ IJAY,They are blacks....not oyinbo

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  13. I know of a man in his fifties still staying with his mum.Anytime he wants to move out,his mum starts crying,saying that if he leaves, she will die.This is a married man with 3 kids.people have started insinuating that the mum is using his star yada yada.

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    1. If he's the only child, then its understandable na.. Most Nigerian mums are always attached to their children. I remember my baby's first day at school, I almost cried...😊

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  14. African parents cling too much to their kids.this is why mental development for our kids here is slow.

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  15. Parents need to know that when they give birth,they give birth to independent individuals.stop suffocating them.

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  16. I can say I left home at 14 the moment I stepped out of the house and landed in a Federal boarding school. It has been fun and bliss all through. Right after boarding straight to The uni for A levels and finally tertiary education..
    My parents would tell you I am based where ever I am schooling and now working...since 14years. I haven't spent a straight 24 months with my parents..lol..I am always a visitor... And that goes for us all the kids.

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    1. Is this Dr. Orela dimples? I missed those days on sdk ooo...all those people are gone now! Pepper Ose Oku...

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  17. How do they train them now without their care

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  18. If only nigerian parents will learn from this

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  19. I know of someone who hates Pst. David Ibiyeomie because he said its wrong for a man to live with his parents when he is up to 30 years.
    Its good to teach your children how to be independent.All things being normal,after NYSC,leave your parents house and start hustling on your own.

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  20. Hmmm isn't it too early for the one that is still 16

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  21. Hmmm. for naija u must dey early twenties before them go listen to ur moving out

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  22. 16 is too early na, anyway good for them if their parent in support of it

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  23. Why is 16 too early? The average 16 years old is in their first year in the university, living either in the hostels or off campus. Do you live with your parents in the university?

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  24. I moved out of my parents house at the age of 13

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  25. See them,,, yahoo boys and oloshos,,, why u no go move out,,,, most of you talking about hustling have not hustled before,,,, can a 17 year old in dis country do a legit job and take care of him or herself.... U all sound as if the job is waiting for you somewhere,,, that u went to stay with ur uncle or aunty is not moving out ooo,,,, pack ur belongings and go cater for urself,,,, using Yankee as a yardstick is stupid

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  26. Yes o, Me I see dem for Asaba.

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