Decidedly, the daily life of Will Smith has not known any respite in recent days. In the turmoil since his famous slap to Chris Rock on the Oscars stage on March 27, the American actor continues to fuel conversations. Recently sanctioned by the Academy, which chose to banish him from competition for the next 10 years, Will Smith is also being singled out for his marriage to Jada Pinkett Smith, who, let’s not forget, remains the apple of the discord of the Oscars 2022. As a reminder, it was after seeing the unamused reaction of his wife after a joke from Chris Rock on the hair style of the latter – suffering from alopecia – that Will Smith got up to go give the comedian a slap live. Despite this lunar altercation, this is not the first time that the couple of actors finds itself at the heart of the conversations. In 2020, Jada Pinkett Smith and her husband had already made headlines after the latter revealed to have had an affair – although technically the two actors were “separated” at the time, according to Will Smith , – with a certain rapper 21 years his junior. Decidedly of a considerate nature with her dear and tender, Jada Pinkett Smith had also been shown to be full of consideration when she announced on her talk show, in 2018, that she had “spent her time crying” the day of her marriage because she did not want to marry Will Smith. The actress had nothing against her companion, but against the institution itself, for which she gave in when she was 3 months pregnant with Jaden, the couple’s first child.
Jada Pinkett Smith: “I cried the whole way”
“I really didn’t want to get married, I didn’t want a ceremony either,” Jada Pinkett Smith said on Red Table Talk. “I had so much pressure. Being a young actress, being young and pregnant. I didn’t know what to do, but I knew I didn’t want to get married.” She added, “I was so pissed off that I had to get married. I cried down that fucking aisle. I cried the whole way.” Words which, once again, had to go straight to the heart of her husband!
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith © WALTER