Jada Smith acknowledged that she "never" wanted to marry
Amid Will Smith 's problem, after the slap he gave Chris Rock, a harsh confession came to light during the Oscar Awards ceremony, where Jada Smith acknowledged that she "never" wanted to marry the now father of now her sons.
The revelations are so harsh that even Jada admitted that her wedding was nothing spectacular, she felt bad, and it was not how she imagined it; even her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, added that "the wedding was horrible" during the "Red" program Table Talk" that during 2018 and 2021, the Smiths launched on the air in the company of Willow Smith, Will's daughter.
On the show where Jada's mom, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, is the show host, the former "Matrix" actress kept nothing to herself and was honest with the audience.
Jada Smith said in an episode of the talk show; I never wanted to get married. "I was under a lot of pressure, you know, being an actress, being young, I was like getting pregnant, and I didn't know what to do.
Will Smith's current wife added I was distraught because I had to get married. I was so angry that I cried down the hall. I kept crying down the hallway.
This rigorous interview showed the different views of each member of the family; Adrian Banfield Norris, the grandmother of Willow, Jaden, and Trey Smith, has assured that she would like to see her daughter's wedding to the actor who won an Oscar in the movie "King Richard: A Winning Family."
Will even took a stand on what was going on in his head in 1997 when he took Jada to the altar, where he acknowledged it was the "right decision."
Will Smith said during the 2018 episode; There has never been a day in my life when I wanted more than to be married and have a family. Since I was literally five years old, I imagined what my family would be like.
At the end of the video, Jada and Will agree that they have no guilt about living together.