Gruesomely precocious Willow Smith shares with The Telegraph that before she decimated pop culture with god-awful rant "Whip My Hair," she was already grooming herself to be a big ole superstar. By golly, she knew at age 3 that show biz was for her, cause she understood the "mechanics" and "got how celebrity works."
Still, man, it's been tough for her, at age 10, to foster fame. She says of her long and tenacious journey, "It felt like all the hard work paid off. All the hard work that I've done, like recording 'Whip My Hair,' it's paid off."
The daughter of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith also confessed that, tee hee, she has no time for learning, since she's so busy being a nepotistic starlet: "I never get to go to school because I am always on tour or with my father. There is a tutor, but I am working so never get to do the lessons. The worst thing about maths is all the kids are ahead of me because they go to school."
Not only is the little urchin bad at "maths," apparently her command of English isn't any better: "Famous-ness is awesomeness... but some parts of famous-ness can be hard," she proclaims.
Poor thing. Fortunately, fame is fleeting. In another year, the bald brat hopefully be "whipping" burgers at Five Guys.