Jada Pinkett described Smith as her life parter and doubled down claiming he’s ‘still my man’ despite her shocking claim that the two have been living separate lives since 2016.
“Those who know her are telling her to make up her f—ing mind when it comes to her story,” an insider revealed amid her back-and-forth, RadarOnline.com has learned.
“Everyone feels like she is now drafting two narratives and it is completely confusing everyone because in actuality, they are separated and there is no chance of them getting back to the happily married partners that they once were,” the tipster told Daily Mail.
Users online have been seeing a multitude of stories about Jada shed light on her relationship during a sit-down with Hota Kotb on the Today show last week.
Smith said that despite not getting a ‘divorce on paper’ she and Will have been doing their own thing for years.
“By the time we got to 2016, we were just exhausted [from] trying. I think we were both still stuck in our fantasy of what we thought the other person should be,” Jada shared.
Jada has also shared details in her book Worthy claiming that Chris Rock once asked her on a date while she and Will were briefly separated. In addition, the actress recently admitted that Rock apologized during a commercial break the night of the Oscars slap.
Jada also surprisingly revealed she was completely “shocked” that Will referred to her as his “wife” when he slapped Chris Rock for making a joke about her appearance at the Oscars, claiming they “hadn’t called each other husband and wife in a long time.”
Will Smith was seen posting a story titled ‘notifications off’ on Instagram after the news of the book excerpts broke.
Jada even admitted to having relationships with women as of late during her separation from Will Smith.
On one episode of “On Purpose with Jay Shetty” podcast, Pinkett Smith stated that she actually planned to address her separation from Smith on her show “Red Table Talk” in 2020 when her “entanglement” with singer August Alsina made headlines.
The host admitted that she and Smith had been leading ‘single’ lives for a few years at the time, but the “Men in Black” star “wasn’t ready to go public with the news about the couple’s marriage.
“I was going to go to the ‘Red Table’ by myself to talk about the entanglement, but Will decided he wanted to come with me,” she explained. “We were going to then tell the world, ‘Hey, we haven’t been together, and this happened during that time.’”
She went on to note: “Well, when we got to the table, Will wasn’t ready. He wasn’t ready for the world to know that. I had to respect that — well, I didn’t have to, but I wanted to. But I was ready. I was ready to let go of the persona I had created around myself that had put me in a golden cage.”