Hollywood actress, Jada Pinkett Smith has finally admitted that she had a relationship with August Alsina, but takes issue with his claim that Will Smith gave permission because she and Will say it wasn’t necessary, at that time, according to reports.
Jada Pinkett and Will sat down for her “Red Table Talk” show which streamed Friday on Facebook and Will Smith admitted Jada did, in fact, have an “entanglement” with August around four and a half years ago after both the movie stars had quietly separated.
At the time, Jada Pinkett smith said she thought the separation was going to be indefinite and didn’t think Will was ever going to talk to her again, TMZ reports. Jada revealed that she and August with whom the Smiths were good friends started dating.
She said initially it was about August’s health and trying to help him heal. Jada denied the allegations that Will gave his blessing, according to her the only person that could give permission is Jada herself and, remember, she and Will were separated. Near the end of their conversation, Jada said she never felt this was a transgression, either.
At the end of the show will and Jada laughed and even invoked one of Will’s famous lines when they said, in unison, “We ride together, we die together. Bad marriage for life.”