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Willow Smith falls behind in school to further career

HollywoodNews.com: Willow Smith knew from the time she was three years old that she wanted to be in show business, but the business has its consequences. The budding star admits that, although she is living out her dream, she is falling behind in school. At the ripe age of ten years old, could it be too early to give up on education?

“I never really get to go to school because I am always on tour or with my father. There is a tutor most of the time, but usually I am working so I never get to do the lessons. The worst thing about maths is all the kids are ahead of me because they go to school.” The young pop star admits.

Don’t feel too bad. Smith has signed on to do the UK leg of Justin Bieber’s My World Tour in March 2011 and she gets to tour the world with her famous father reports The Stir, but at what cost?

Is Willow too young to be living the life yet? Let us know what you think.

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  • December 12, 2010 | Permalink |

    Let’s call a spade a spade,…Willow is living out her parents’ dream. Of course a 10 year old wants to be a star. They also want to eat fudge sundaes for dinner and live at the zoo. Adults make the mature decision that will be beneficial in the long-run. Any parent that would sacrifice a child’s education and stability for fame (especially a family that is financially stable and relevant already) is simply selfish and self-serving. How vain are Will and Jada that they need to build some sick twisted family empire at the expense of their children. It’s actually child abuse to a degree.

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