Will Smith is one of Hollywood’s most prominent stars, but his personal life has also been difficult. After being married for over 20 years, he recently disclosed to the New York Times that he was “psychologically blind” to his wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s feelings and wishes.
A famous actor and producer, Will and Jada have been husband and wife since 1997, and they have two children, Jaden and Willow. Their marriage hit a rough spot in 2016 when they chose to live apart.
Jada later revealed that she had a romantic relationship with rapper August Alsina during that time.
He said he did not know what his wife was going through, and that he was too busy with his own work and reputation. He said he had unrealistic expectations of his wife and was tired of trying to make their marriage work. Jada’s affair with Alsina hurt and embarrassed him, but he still loved her and wanted to be with her.
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Jada said that she was unhappy and unsatisfied with their marriage, and wanted to discover herself and her own identity.
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It made her feel trapped by the pressure and expectations of being a famous couple, and she needed to break away from them. Additionally, she said that she still loved and respected Will as a father and a partner, but that she had to be honest with him and with herself.
Their relationship has been working on since their separation, and they have been doing some “hard work” together. In their statement, they said they love each other deeply and are trying to figure out what their partnership means to them.
They also said that they promised never to get divorced, and that they would overcome whatever difficulties they face.
A role model for many fans and followers, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are one of the most admired and influential couples in showbiz. But their recent confessions have shown that they are also human beings with their own problems and emotions. Their honesty and courage have also inspired many people to think about the complexity and beauty of their own relationships and lives.