Earlier I mentioned the fact that Will Smith's daughter Willow Smith said she didn't have much time for studying due to her busy schedule. As a result, she readily admits that, although her parents can afford to hire the best tutors, she is still lagging far behind the rest of the students.
How can a 9-year-old be too busy to attend to her schoolwork? And why aren't her parents stepping in to make sure that her schoolwork takes priority over everything else she's got going in her young life?
According to a loyal reader, who asked to remain anonymous, Willow appeared to struggle with the word 'Congratulates' while reading a plaque given to her on BET's 106 & Park recently.
A loyal reader writes:
Can young Willow Smith read at grade level?
I love the Smiths. I LOVE their children. They're a very blessed family. However since I saw Willow on BET's 106 and Park it made me wonder if she was reading at her grade level.
Willow is stunning, I am a fan of her music and her family...but while reading her very first plaque she struggled with the word "congratulates". The host had to finish reading that word for her. I'm unsure what grade level "congratulates" is under but I'm at work while sneaking this email to you. I've found the Scholastic website. Perhaps its on there.