August Alsina Insinuates That Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith Knew He Was Going to Talk About the Alleged Relationship
Will Jada Pinkett Smith really go on Red Table Talk to address all of the conversations about her and August Alsina? It seems like it, though we aren’t entirely sure yet. Regardless, Alsina has taken to social media and defended his stance on what he said during the viral interview when he strongly hinted that he was in a romantic relationship with her.
It looks like Jada Pinkett-Smith will address the situation on ‘Red Table Talk’
Everyone has been buzzy on social media about Alsina seeming to verify rumors that he and Jada Pinkett Smith were in a romantic relationship during a period of time when he stayed with the family. He first met the couple through their son, Jaden Smith.
In 2017, Alsina said that he and Pinkett Smith were just really good friends. He also said that and he had a close relationship with her and Will Smith. The latter apparently helped him through a Percocet addiction.
Though Alsina denied that he had a fling with Pinkett Smith, the rumors plagued them for years. The rumors really reached a new high when Alsina posted a lengthy birthday post for Pinkett Smith. Many people believed Alsina’s post for her birthday was detailed and longer than her husband’s.
Now in a new interview with Angela Yee, Smith seems to confirm all of those rumblings. “I actually sat down with Will and had a conversation. He gave me his blessing,” he said. “And I totally gave myself to that relationship for years of my life, and I truly and really, really, deeply loved and have a ton of love for her. I devoted myself to it. I gave my full self to it. So much so that I can die right now, and be OK knowing that I fully gave myself to somebody. Some people never get that in this lifetime.”
In a tweet on Thursday, Pinkett Smith seemed to hint that she will talk about the situation on Red Table Talk, despite denying Alsina’s claims in the media via her representatives.
August Alsina makes it seem like he told the Smiths that the interview was happening
In a lengthy post on Instagram, Alsina says that he stands by what he said in the interview with Yee. He also seemed to address a lot of the responses on social media that seem to take hits at the lifestyle that he allegedly lived with the Smiths.
“The only attack here is against the invisible walls of silent societal construct and ‘code’ we place upon each other & upon ourselves hidden behind the desires of others approval & acceptance,” he wrote in part. “Another form of slavery & bondage that blocks one’s truest self from showing & spirit flow. Be blocked and stuck for what? Live silent, pressed down crippled in fear for who? Adversary is but a gift given to you to flourish. We are surround [sic] by so much disharmony in this external world, so it is my forever job to do whatever’s necessary to reach the gift of harmony within myself.”
He continued, “My heart has no malice or hate toward anyone on this planet. I just simply want the chains off & I’m willing to DIE getting there. The gift of freedom is yours to have, God promises us that, but only if you’re willing…..no one was side swiped by any conversation, everyone got courtesy calls time in advance.”
No word on when the new Red Table Talk episode will air in which Pinkett Smith will presumably address what’s going on.