Jada Pinkett Smith has actually exposed she had a relationship with another guy during her marriage to Will Smith.
Talking to her hubby on her Facebook show Red Table Talk, Pinkett Smith stated the affair with singer- songwriter August Alsina took location during a duration of separation.
Smith explained the split, stating: “We decided we were going to separate for a period of time and you go figure out how to make yourself happy and I will go figure out how to make myself happy.”
Pinkett Smith added: “From there, as time went on, I got into a different kind of entanglement with August.”
The 48- year-old starlet likewise stated she desired “to clear up” reports that Smith, 51, had actually provided her “permission” to roaming.
In a radio interview with The Breakfast Club, Alsina had actually verified that he and Pinkett Smith dated during the marriage and stated it was with the full- understanding and “blessing” of Smith – leading to speculation the couple remained in an open marriage.
Pinkett Smith clarified: “The only person who can give permission in that particular circumstance is myself”.
She stated she might see how August “would perceive it as permission – because we were separated amicably”.
“I think he also wanted to make it clear that he’s not a homewrecker, which he’s not,” she stated.
Pinkett Smith stated she pursued the relationship around 4 years earlier in a quote “to feel good” however stated that she and Alsina are no longer in contact.
She stated she did not take a look at her time with the singer as a “transgression”.
Smith and Pinkett Smith wed in 1997, after fulfilling on the set of 1990 s comedy The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
The couple have 2 children together – kid Jaden, 22, and child Willow, 20 – both of whom operate in the show business.
Later on in the couple chat, Smith confessed he as soon as believed that he and his spouse would never ever speak once again.
The couple are now fixed up, with Pinkett Smith explaining their union as “unconditional love”.
They concluded the interview with a fist-bump, joking around with a catchphrase from Smith’s Bad Boys franchise: “We ride together, we die together. Bad marriage for life”.