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Will Smith’s daughter Willow Smith, 19, has questioned whether the increase in cancel culture is helping society improve, Fox News reports.

“Cancel culture is a little dangerous. It definitely is because none of us are perfect,” she explained.

“That is so prevalent right now,” Willow said. “I’m seeing people shaming others, like saying really terrible things, shaming people for what they’re choosing to say or shaming people for not really saying anything at all.”

Willow said, “But I feel like if we really want change, shaming doesn’t lead to learning.”

Pinkett Smith joked, “If you’re not canceled, you’re not really popping.”

Her comments came during an episode of her family’s Facebook Watch series called “Red Table Talk.”

She was speaking with her mother, Jada Pinkett Smith, as well as her grandmother, Adrienne Banfield Norris.

Many prominent Hollywood celebrities have either lost their careers or took a hit on social media over comments they made in the past, Fox News added.

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On a more serious note, Mallory added: “It is a space that is a little difficult to maneuver because you do have to leave people room to make mistakes, to grow and to learn, but they have to show that they’re willing.”

Pinkett Smith previously teased the Juneteenth episode on Instagram in a somber video in which she mourned the death of Rayshard Brooks, who was shot dead by police in Atlanta after officers responded to a call about a man asleep behind the wheel of his car near a Wendy’s drive-thru.

“This morning, another black man is dead at the hands of the police. Rayshard Brooks,” Pinkett Smith opened the video. “This week on the ‘Red Table,’ we’ll be filming an episode with Tamika D. Mallory and Dr. Angela Davis around the issue of racism in black America and the state of emergency that black people are in in this nation. I would like to include you in the conversation.”