Willow Smith and Her Boyfriend Tyler Cole Get Real in First Appearance on ‘Red Table Talk’ Together


Willow Smith’s relationship with Tyler Cole isn’t new, but the younger Smith is usually very private about her relationships. Now, she’s decided to let fans see a bit of how she and Cole are together by inviting him Red Table Conversation. While there, the two talked about everything from race to voting.

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Relationships of Willow Smith and Tyler Cole

Smith and Cole have been linked since 2018. They collaborated on Smith’s record, Willow, and was a well-known artist of her song “Afraid.”

On another program of Red Table Conversation, Smith opened up about her sexual identity and what she looks like in relationships.

“I’m not the type of person who is always looking for new sexual experiences,” she said. “I really focus on the emotional connection and I feel like I was looking for two people of the different genders with whom I was having a great connection and we had a romantic and sexual connection, not i don’t feel like i needed to try to find out more. ”

Smith also said there is no monogamy for her.

“This is the weakest thought that people refuse to leave,” she continued. “It feels like the person you love is falling in love with someone else. And that insecurity and fear just eats us alive. But that insecurity and fear is something we need to get over and something we need to get out of and turn into something new and different that could change. be helpful and make us love more and more. ”

She and Cole haven’t said if they’re just dating.

Tyler Cole on ‘Red Table Conversation’

Cole was a guest on the latest episode of Red Table Conversation, along with Ice Cube, Van Jones, and NFL player Brandon Marshall.

Cole first opened up about being black in the music industry.

“I feel like a huge problem for us as black people that the media and the industry want to see us in a special light,” Cole said. “In the music industry, you are taught that if you are black and you rap about violence and money that is going to make you more money. Leaflets want to sign you if you talk about violence greater than…. ”

Ice Cube agreed, saying that the progressive music will sometimes “push to the side.”

“It is a testament to other young artists [think], ‘Oh, this is the way I have to do to get on.’ And artists can’t be afraid to show something new, ”said the rapper. “It’s really about having the confidence to break the molds when you’re an artist and not let anyone put you in the box, not even your own community.”

Cole also opened up about police brutality and how it is a vicious circle.

“[You] see again and again that police officers get off; when charged, they are not found guilty of the crimes they commit, ”he said. “So, it’s just continuing with the same thing. “Oh, we won’t be in trouble for this until I can kill this man.”