Will Smith Responds to Jada Pinkett Smith’s Confessions About Their Marriage in Memoir, Which He Says ‘Woke Him Up’ Will Smith has responded to spouse Jada Pinkett Smith’s statements approximately their turbulent dating in her forthcoming Oct. 17 memoir, “Worthy.”
In an e-mail to the New York Times, Smith expressed that Pinkett Smith’s revelations about their marriage in her memoir “woke him up.” He found out “she had lived a life more on the edge” and that “she is greater resilient, smart, and compassionate” than he’d understood.
“When you’ve been with someone for greater than half your existence, a form of emotional blindness sets in,” Smith wrote. “And you may all too without problems lose your sensitivity to their hidden nuances and subtle beauties.”
Pinkett Smith is presently out on a “Worthy” press tour, on which she’s already revealed key information about her memoir.
Previously, Pinkett Smith had dropped the bombshell to People magazine that she and her husband had been separated for 6 years earlier than the notorious “Oscars slap” incident, wherein Smith slapped comedian Chris Rock at the 2022 Academy Awards.
The latter had made a comic story approximately Pinkett Smith’s shaved head, made from her conflict with alopecia.
“Jada, I love you. ‘G. I. Jane 2,’ can’t wait to peer it,” Rock had joked, referencing the 1997 film “G. I. Jane,” which stars Demi Moore with a shaved head.
Smith had gone up on stage and slapped Rock across the face before sitting backpedal and yelling, “Keep my wife’s call from your fucking mouth.” Smith was forced to resign from the Academy and banned from attending Academy events for the following 10 years.
In an NBC News primetime unique, Pinkett Smith said that she turned into “taken aback” by Smith referring to as her his “wife” at that point because they had been separated for See you later.
“I assume by the point we were given to 2016, we were exhausted with attempting,” Pinkett Smith told People. “I suppose we had been both sort of simply still caught in our fantasy of what we thought the opposite character have to be.”