We all have seen things we wish we hadn't seen, even Willow Smith, who recently revealed she once walked in on her parents, Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith, having sex. What's even crazier is that Willow told the story for the first time directly to her mother *and* her grandmother on their Facebook talk show series Red Table Talk. That's brave, TBH.
Willow's BFF Telena joined the three on the latest episode of the show to talk all things sex, when Willow revealed the horrifying moment. Jada asked her daughter what her introduction to sex was and the answer wasn't what she wasn't expecting—at all. "My introduction to sex was obviously walking in on you and daddy," Willow said, creating shock from her mother, judging by her facial expression.
"When the hell did you did you walk in on us?" Jada replied.
Willow claimed that when the family was once vacationing in Aspen, CO, she went downstairs to get juice and noticed her parents were uh, well, doing the deed. "I was like oh my god this is so crazy, what did I just see? It wasn't like I was seeing everything, it was dark, it was silhouetted," she said. Willow explained she then ran away after realizing what was going on, saying it felt like she was invading her parents' privacy. "I just overstepped a boundary, like I wasn't supposed to be there," she said. "It's like if I walked in on you meditating. When mommy's meditating, don't get in her business."
However, the embarrassing story sparked valuable conversation. Willow took the chance to explain what it's like to talk to her dad about sex, which honestly seems like it's a lot less awkward than you would imagine. "Whenever I talk to Dad about it [sex], it's always an intellectual debate," she said. "It's always about like, 'OK so speaking of the degradation of females in the past, how do you believe that that trickles into your experience?' It's very serious but it's not emotional." At least she was able to sit down and talk about it with her family in a calm, understanding manner. But then again, could we expect anything different from the Smith family? I don't think so.