Jada Pinkett Smith
Jada Koren Pinkett Smith, known as Jada Pinkett Smith, was an American actress, singer-songwriter, and dancer. The multi-talented personality was a business woman as well. She effectively began her acting career in the American comedy series, titled A Different World, where she appeared in a supporting role, playing a character named Lena James. Throughout her career, she has appeared in several popular films such as Menace II Society, The Matrix Revolution, and Magic Mike XXL. She was recently seen in movies such as Bad Moms, which was directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore. The movie was a commercial success. She was one of the co-creators of All of Us, an American comedy series, which aired on the UPN Network.
As a singer, Jada Pinkett Smith formed the metal band Wicked Wisdom. She became the lead vocalist of the band, and four years after its formation, the band released a self-titled album. As a businesswoman, she created her own fashion label Maja, which features women’s T-shirts and dresses. She was also a shareholder of the Philadelphia 76ers, a professional basketball team that plays for the NBA. Along with her husband, she created the Will and Jada Smith Family Foundation to support needy people. She was also associated with organizations such as the Lupus Foundation of America, and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
Red Table Talk Overview
Red Table Talk was focused on Jada Pinkett Smith, her daughter Willow, and mother Gammy, three generations of women, who opened their home for a series of candid conversations with family and friends about the most important and provocative topics of the day. In addition, it was on this show that Jada Pinkett Smith admitted to Will Smith, her husband, that she had indeed had an affair with a very good friend of her son. However, she did not call it an affair. She called it an entanglement. The friend of her son was rapper, August Alsine and was 21 years her junior. Follow Red Table Talk for new episodes, only on Facebook Watch.
Announcing The Separated
Jada Pinkett Smith says she originally wanted to announce that she and Will Smith were separated on Red Table Talk back in 2020, but the Bad Boys star was not ready for the news to be made public. She revealed that the pair have been separated since 2016 in an interview with Today show host Hoda Kotb, ahead of the publication of her new memoir, Worthy. She also denied the rumors that the couple were in an open marriage. In a new interview on the Let's Talk Off Camera with Kelly Ripa podcast, Jada Pinkett Smith addressed why it took so long for her and Will Smith to announce their separation. She told Kelly Ripa that she planned to open up about the split in 2020 after singer August Alsina discussed his relationship with her in an interview with Angela Yee.
Jada Pinkett Smith went on to say that she originally planned to appear on Red Table Talk alone to address the situation, but Will Smith offered to join her. On the 2020 episode of Red Table Talk, the Smiths openly discussed Jada Pinkett Smith's entanglement with Alsina. However, Jada Pinkett Smith told Ripa that she sensed Will Smith was struggling to discuss the issues in their relationship, so she changed course. She also said that she did not want to pivot away from the conversation, but she was conscious of her husband's feelings.
Bring Back The Show
It may be time for Jada Pinkett Smith to bring herself back to the red table. For years now, the actress and personality known for movies like Set It Off and Girls Trip, as well as for her high-profile marriage to Will Smith and family life has traded on a sort of tactical openness. Red Table Talk, a streaming series in which she, her daughter Willow Smith, and her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris discuss personal matters has helped rebrand a performer already recognized for her flair and edge as a say-almost-everything matriarch. Now, though, Jada Pinkett Smith seeks to thread a very narrow needle: Correcting a record that she has helped to establish in the first place. Her publicity blitz around her forthcoming memoir Worthy, to be released October 17, has been a lengthy announcement that much of what people know about her was wrong.