Willow Smith's New Song Summer Fling Slammed As 'Inappropriate' For A 12-Year-Old—What Do You Think?

Willow Smith Video Age Inappropriate Controversy 1

Jul. 10 2013, Published 6:02 p.m. ET

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's new song, Summer Fling, and its accompanying video, are being slammed as "inappropriate" for a 12-year-old.

In the song the pre-teen sings about a rather gown up love affair and even seems to hint at a sexual relationship—all while breaking into a rather bizarre English accent at times.

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"It's just a couple months but we do it anyway," Willow sings.

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"Don't really care what we do tonight. Good night kisses if the mood is right laying by the beach with you wishing this will never end.

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"Thanks for the summer fling. It was nice."

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Adding to the controversy—in the video Willow's chosen love interest appears to be well into his thirties!

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The two are seen gazing into each other's eyes, embracing and frolicking around together.

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The others in the video all appear to be significantly older than Willow too, with bikini clad heavily tattooed girls who look to be in their twenties dancing around with guys that are definitely out of their teens.

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However, there is one teenager in the crowd—Willow's big brother , 15, who makes a cameo appearance.

Willow—who is sporting long blonde hair with shaved sides, shorts and a crop top—dances and trampolines in the video but it's the ending that feels kinda creepy as the 12-year-old stares into the camera with a decidedly sultry "come hither" look.

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Do you think Willow Smith's song and video are inappropriate for a 12-year-old, or just harmless fun? Sound off in comments below and tweet us @OKMagazine

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