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Willow Smith Offered Chance To Direct Adult Film After 'RTT' Discussion With Jada Pinkett Smith About Her Hardcore Porn Addiction

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Willow Smith has been offered to direct her own adult film after she and her mother Jada Pinkett Smith opens up about porn on a recent episode of "Red Table Talk." Lordt. More inside...

Nothing is off limits on Jada Pinkett Smith's "Red Table Talk" show that she co-hosts with her daughter Willow Smith and her mother Adrienne Banfield-Jones. Even porn.

On a recent episode, the Girls Trip actress revealed she used to have an unhealthy addiction to pornography. Awkward? There were some awkward vibes between the three generations, but it didn't last long. They laughed about it at first and then kept the conversation going.

“Back in the day I had a little porn addiction,” the 47-year-old actress spilled during the episode. “I wasn’t in a relationship when I had a porn addiction, believe it or not, thank goodness.”

Jada's porn addiction was pre-Will Smith and it manifested as she was trying to refrain from having sex.

“I actually feel like I was using ‘addiction’ a little lightly,” she continued. “And maybe I’ll say now that I had an unhealthy relationship to porn at one point in my life where I was trying to practice abstinence.”

Last season, the Hollywood actress first revealed she had a sex addiction and masturbating when she was younger.

Check out the "Red Talk Table" porn episode below:

Now, adult filmmakers are hitting up 18-year-old Willow Smith to collaborate.

Bree Mills, an award-winning adult filmmaker, sent a letter to Willow offering her an opportunity to direct an adult film.  Mills said she caught wind of the positive commentary Willow made about porn during the "Red Table Talk" episode. Willow said on the episode she would be open to working on an adult project if it had artistic value. And here we are.

In the letter (obtained by The Blast), Mills thanked Willow first and then hit her with the opportunity. Mills said she wanted to thank Willow for the “public statements you recently made about the negative impacts of stigmatizing porn."

“Adult films that are artistic and progressive provide an opportunity for people to explore and connect around issues of sexuality, which is very difficult to find in other aspects of today’s society and education systems,” adding, “This is something that, as a woman and an award-winning adult filmmaker, I take very seriously.”

The filmmaker offered Willow the chance to “direct an adult film, digital series or documentary of your choosing,” and made it clear that she would have “full artistic control.”

No word yet on if Willow will accept.

BONUS:

Meanwhile, Jada's hubby Will Smith recently revealed he doesn't even watch "Red Table Talk."

While on the promo trail for his new movie Aladdin (in theaters now), he stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and he revealed he doesn't even tune in.

"No, I don't watch it. They're tellin' all our business," Smith - who appeared in an episode last October - told the late night talk show host.

The show is great, Will just can't handle the topics they touch on and the ladies' unfiltered opinions.

"It's actually fantastic – the episodes I could bear," Smith continued. "And they sit down, and it's really wide open, raw conversation across the generations about a cornucopia of topics."

"Even a pornocopia of topics," Jimmy Kimmel responded, referencing the porn episode.

"Absolutely, yeah, porn addiction I think was the topic," Smith added. "They all go into a blur, you know."

"Who it is most upsetting to hear talk about that? Your daughter? Your wife? Or your mother-in-law?" Kimmel asked.

"It's all bad," Smith replied.

Ha. Peep the clip at the 6:25-minute mark above.

We can't say we blame him.  But as a viewer, we're loving it.

Photo: Featureflash Photo Agency / Shutterstock.com

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