Willow Smith looked a little sleepy when she was spotted landing in New York on Sunday morning.
The 19-year-old singer walked with a friend as she wore a colorful tie-dye top as she modeled extra long locks.
It comes after the beauty shared a post last week in which she revealed she sought help from visionary Sadhguru as she was going through an ‘existential crisis’.
Jet lag: Willow Smith looked a bit sleepy when she was spotted landing in New York on Sunday morning
Willow was dressed for comfort on Monday. She was wearing an unusual tie hoodie with a black background and colorful markings with a swirl in the middle.
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s daughter wore royal blue pants with black sneakers.
The former child star added pearl bracelets to a wrist. Her hair was long and curly, a stark contrast to the almost bald head she had been wearing lately.
New look: The 19-year-old singer walked with a friend as she wore a colorful tie-dye top as she modeled extra long locks
And she had a cell phone slung over the shoulder.
Regarding her meeting with a guru, she wrote about it on Instagram.
‘Rare observation of helping me get through my existential crisis // INFINITE GRATITUDE for this moment with this spectacular human being.’ the star said, adding photo credit for Alan Silfen.
It comes after she revealed on her family’s Facebook Watch talk show, Red Table Talk Tuesday, that she and her brother Jaden felt “rejected” by the black community for defying gender norms.
The teenager opened up: “More specifically, with the African-American community, I felt a bit like Jaden and I were being shunned a bit. “We will not be proud of them because they are too different. They are too weird. ”
She added: “Even some of our family, I think they thought, ‘You are too different’.
He came in response to mum Jada Pinkett, 49, who opened up about her experience with mum-shaming, which was the subject of this week’s show.
Jada revealed, “Over the years, I’ve had my fair share of shame on Mom. With Willow, I think the first time I got hardcore reviews, the first time you cut your hair, there was a firestorm.
Too weird: the teenager opened up: “Specifically with the African American community, I kinda felt like Jaden and I were being shunned a bit. “We will not be proud of them because they are too different. They are too weird ”(photo from August 2020)
Family quarrel: She added: ‘Even some of our family, I think they thought,’ You are too different ”
Mom-shaming: This came in response to mom Jada Pinkett, 49, who opened up about her experience with mom-shaming, which was the subject of this week’s show.
Willow and Jaden, 22, have long been known for their fluid gender presentations, with Willow shaving her head and her brother opting for skirts on occasion.
She opened up about her sexuality last June in another Red Table Talk, telling Jada and her grandmother Adrienne Banfield-Norris, 66, “I like men and women alike, and I would like to therefore certainly a man, a woman. I feel like I could be polyfidelite with these two people.
Polyfidelity is a form of non-monogamy, in which all members of the relationship are considered equal partners.
Artist Whip My Hair added, “I’m not the type of person who is constantly looking for new sexual experiences.
Supportive parents: Willow and Jaden were fortunate to have supportive parents with mother Jada Pinkett and father Will Smith, 52, who frequently encourage self-expression (pictured in September 2012)
“I focus a lot on emotional connection and I feel like if I were to find two different genders that I really connected with and we had a romantic and sexual connection, I wouldn’t feel the need to ‘try to find more.
Although Jaden hasn’t explicitly discussed his sexuality, he has called Tyler, the creator, 29, as her boyfriend in the past.
He also told Nylon in 2016 about his gender expression: “You just have to believe in yourself, you know. The world will continue to denigrate me for everything I do, and I will continue not to care. I will continue to do the same things – I will continue to do more things. I will take most of the hits for my MSFTS colleagues.
“So, you know, five years from now when a kid goes to school in a skirt, he won’t get beaten up and the kids won’t get mad at him. It does not matter. I take the bulk of it so that later my kids and the next generations of kids will all think some things are normal that I didn’t expect before me.
Willow and Jaden were fortunate to have supportive parents with mom Jada Pinkett and dad Will Smith, 52, who frequently encourage self-expression.