Will Smith’s wife Jada Pinkett Smith is seemingly unable to escape the hard-to-swallow truths she has shared in the past about her marriage to Will Smith, not even on a joyous occasion.
“Willard I am so glad you were born on this day. Without you I would not have experienced the greatest joy of my life… the love of our family,” and continued to express gratitude that they chose each other as life partners.
“On this Divine assignment we’ve chosen to walk together, I am grateful for the wells of laughter along the trails of tears we’ve shared. Thank you for helping me learn to embrace it all … with a smile. Here’s to 100+ more birthdays full of growth, acceptance, and joy,” wrote Pinkett Smith on Sept. 25.
The post features a nostalgic snapshot of the writer, her spouse, their two offspring, and Smith’s stepchild from a prior union during their younger years. The purpose of the post is to commemorate the actor’s birthday, and numerous comments extend his warm wishes while others laud the pair for their capacity to evolve together over time.
Other users sounded off with remarks about the “Red Table Talk” host’s past remarks about Smith and extramarital dealings during the relationship. “28 years + an entanglement or 2 here and there! Blessed up..” snidely wrote one person.
In a 2020 episode of her Facebook Watch show, the “Girls Trip” actress overshared that she had an “entanglement” with singer August Alsina during a period of separation from her husband. The admission spawned years of criticism.
“She really doesn’t romantically love this man,” read another comment. A third user said, “I hope you will stop humiliating him.” And a fourth person renewed interest in another admission that took place at the infamous red table.
“Aren’t you glad you married him even when you were crying and didn’t want to? So cute,” they wrote.
A video from 2018 has resurfaced featuring a 52-year-old woman who shared that she cried throughout her wedding ceremony because she was not ready to get married. She expressed feeling compelled to proceed with the wedding due to her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, encouraging her to do so after her partner, Pinkett, became pregnant with their son, Jaden.
“I was under so much pressure…I just didn’t know what to do. I just knew I never wanted to be married,” she added. They exchanged vows on Dec. 31, 1997, and welcomed their first child seven months later.
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