The two sisters were matching in their cornrow braids at the concert.
“happy bday 2 my bestesttttt frandddddddd! I know it’s gonnnnn be happy cuzzzzz we’ll b togethhhhhaaaa! Always happy togethaaaa foreva!” Miley captioned an Instagram photo that appears to have been taken that same night.
“My parents are definitely my biggest role models. And that’s where me and Willow both pull all of our inspiration from to change the world,” he shared.
Jaden added, “It all comes from a concept of affecting the world in a positive way and leaving it better than it was than when we came. I feel like that enters into all types of different areas because there are so many different outlets that life has to offer for us. That goes into technology, into music. That goes into science, into spirituality, into education.”
The 15-year-old singer and 18-year-old actor/rapper opened up to the glossy about social media and more. Check it:
On their public vs. private personas:
Jaden: “How people look at us in public is not how we actually are in private. It’s just that we choose not to tell everyone every- thing. Like, okay, I’m in New York right now. I’m not posting an emoji of a plane on Instagram, like, “New York.” I don’t want anyone to know that I’m here in New York. And by the time this comes out, I won’t be. We don’t like people to really know what’s happening with us or what we’re into. The only thing that we want to keep people updated with is that we want to keep the kids that are following us, the kids that are looking up to us updated on what we’re learning and what we’re thinking about life.”
Willow: “Even for people like us who have an awareness that’s slightly more awakened, it still takes over your mind. And you find yourself randomly going on your phone for no reason, randomly doing things. It becomes compulsive, and you have to start asking yourself, “Whoa, what is the real reason for me checking my Instagram every five minutes? What is the real reason for me posting this photo right now?” I never want to do things impulsively that have no meaning or intent, especially on social media.”