NewYou can listen to Fox News stories now!

being object Two wildly successful entertainers who constantly scrutinize Willow Smith in the media.

Born to Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow enjoyed fame throughout her life.

The “Meet Me At Our Spot” singer is an outspoken musician in her own right, along with her older brother. Jayden Smith.

In March, her father stormed the Oscars stage after comedian Chris Rock cracked a joke at Jada’s expense. Will slaps the comedian, walks back to his seat, and yells, “Get your f—– mouth out of my wife’s name.”

Jada Pinkett Smith hopes Smith, Chris Rock can ‘answer’ after Oscars slap: ‘A chance to heal’

Will Smith took issue with Chris Rock's joke about Jada Pinkett Smith.  This leads Will to hit Chris.

Will Smith took issue with Chris Rock’s joke about Jada Pinkett Smith. This leads Will to hit Chris.
(Getty Images)

Smith’s family and Rock have remained largely silent since the incident, making small comments or brief jokes.

Rock Information that is not interesting In sharing joy with Smith.

In a new interview with Billboard , Willow says the infamous slap “didn’t shake me as much as my own inner demons.”

Willow rushes to save her father.

“I see my whole self Family as a human beingAnd I love and accept them for their humanity,” the 21-year-old said.

Will Smith appeared after winning the Oscar for Best Actor and slapping Chris Rock.  He is pictured with his wife Jada and three children: Willow, Jayden and Trey (left to right).

Will Smith appeared after winning the Oscar for Best Actor and slapping Chris Rock. He is pictured with his wife Jada and three children: Willow, Jayden and Trey (left to right).
(Getty Images)

Click here to sign up for the Entertainment Newsletter

“Because of the position we are in, our humanity is sometimes not acknowledged and we are expected to act in a way that is not conducive to a healthy human life and to be honest.”

Her words mirror those of her father recently Shared in a video His own reflections on what happened.

“I can tell all of you, there was no part of me that was the right way to act in that moment,” the “Men in Black” star said. “There’s no part of me that thinks that’s the right way to handle a sense of disrespect or humiliation.”

Willow Smith has defended her father in an interview about the criticism she's faced since slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars.

Willow Smith has defended her father in an interview about the criticism she’s faced since slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars.
(Getty Images)

One of Smith’s sons posted his opinion about the slap, Taking to Twitter Hours after it happened.

Click here to get the Fox News app

“I hate when I let people down,” Smith said in his apology video.