6 things Jaden and Willow Smith taught us in their 'New York Times' Q&A

November 18, 2014 6:56 PM

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6 things Jaden and Willow Smith taught us in their 'New York Times' Q&A

As you’re probably well aware, The New York Times’T Magazinerecently caught up with Willow and Jaden Smith, and it got weird. Spewing aphorisms on controlling time, prana energy, and the futility of school, the siblings Smith (who are both promoting upcoming albums) proved that they’ve essentially become holograms of themselves, and only making it harder for us to distinguish between the parodies of themselves and the truth. Based on the Q&A alone, it’s hard to tell whether the progeny of the Fresh Prince and Fish Mooney are kidding or if they really seem to think they are living and breathing incarnates of Kierkegaard.

1. Willow Smith can control time Willow Smith seemed to think of herself as a modern day Doctor Who, with this gem of a line: “I mean, time for me, I can make it go slow or fast, however I please, and that’s how I know it doesn’t exist.”

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