Jada Pinkett Smith Addresses The August Alsina Romance Claims - Says She's 'Healing' And Teases Red Table Talk Episode All About The Allegations!
Jada Pinkett Smith seemed to address the allegations that she and August Alsina were involved romantically while she was married with Will Smith. The actress took to social media to seemingly address the other’s claims, writing: ‘There's some healing that needs to happen…so I am bringing myself to The Red Table.’
Of course, she made reference to her Facebook Watch talk show, which sounds like she is going to be discussing the situation more in detail in a future episode.
This comes after the singer claimed that there was something between him and Jada while on The Breakfast Club.
During that chat with Angela Yee, the man stated that Will Smith was all for it, giving them his ‘blessing’ after the two men ‘had a conversation due to the transformation of their marriage to life partnership that they have spoken on several times and it not involving romanticism.’
Soon after the interview, reps for Jada made sure to release statements on the allegations via Page Six and TMZ, vehemently denying that Alsina was telling the truth.
Regardless, fans are definitely looking forward to having the actress herself address the claims on her show.
This would not be the first time that the Smith family would use Red Table Talk as the platform to get candid about very personal matters, including marriage, polygamy, parenting and more!
Furthermore, last year, Jada opened up about the way the show has affected her life, during an interview on Lorraine.
She stated: ‘For me, I think that in this day and age there's so much transparency—but what we are actually watching is—how healthy is it? How is it improving our lives? So, I felt like having a show which shows communication. Everybody is in a struggle and we are just trying to figure out how to do this thing called life...so, that is what our show is about and us sharing our own experiences of what we have been through and how we have navigated through struggle.’