“The Smith children already act like child stars. There’s an arrogance in their demeanor and behavior. I find it incredibly sad. It feels like the Smith children are being pimped and exploited.”
After catching some flack about her comments from many of her Twitter followers, Terry posted:
“I’m not wasting another minute worrying about how Will & Jada are raising their kids. P.S. I loved The Karate Kid.”
Obviously, someone must have helped her see the error of her ways and explained to her how unwise it would be to alienate one of the most powerful couples in Hollywood, because she later apologized for her comments by saying:
“I apologize for using the word pimp and exploit in referring to the Smith children. It was insensitive of me and wrong. Twitter is not the best forum to express some things. I didn’t know folks would take my opinion so personally. It is amazing, though, how fast an unflattering comment gets retreated versus one that’s flattering. I’m done with this issue.”
You should have never started with the issue, Terry. They’re not your kids, so I’m confused as to why you think it’s any of your business what they do. If you were more focused on what goes on in your own life, you probably would’ve noticed the rainbow hovering over your ex-husband’s head when you first met him. I’m just saying.
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