Jada brought herself to the Red Table to share her side of the story, as Will asks the pressing questions.
Celebrities have started to weigh in on Jada and Will’s intense episode of “Red Table Talk.”
On Friday night, rappers 50 Cent and Meek Mill shared their thoughts on social media, with the former posting a screenshot from what appeared to be an Instagram DM conversation with Will.
According to the screengrab, above, 50 messaged Will and asked, “Yo Will you alright over there?” to which the actor replied, ‘Yes I’m cool, I appreciate your concern brother.”
When 50 asked Will why Jada revealed her indiscretion on “RTT,” Will appeared to respond with, “We broke up so she did her and I did me.” 50 then replied, “Then [Jada] said only SHE can give permission for somebody to blow her back out.”
“F–k you 50,” Will told 50, to which he asked, “Wait what I do?”
“Damn it’s like that, 🤷🏽♂️what i do? 😟#bransoncognac #lecheminduroi” 50 captioned the alleged conversation.
Meanwhile, fellow rapper Meek took to Twitter to express his views on the “RTT” episode.
“Entanglement….” he wrote in a tweet, referring to Jada’s term for her relationship with August.
In another post, Meek added, “Jada being a woman and being real about her actions was refreshing to see a woman do in that type of situation!”
Jada Pinkett Smith just gave a lengthy response to recent claims from family friend and musician August Alsina, who previously said Will Smith gave him “his blessing” to pursue a relationship with his wife.
Appearing on her own Facebook Watch series “Red Table Talk,” Smith directly addressed Alsina’s interview with The Breakfast Club’s Angela Lee — in which he said something blossomed between the two after he met the Smith family in 2015.
During the episode, done alongside Will, she admitted she and August had a relationship during a separation from her husband. The conversation quickly started trending on Twitter — see the best reactions after the full breakdown below.
While a rep for Jada previously said his allegations were “absolutely not true,” she clarified Friday that it wasn’t a statement she made herself. Will echoed her sentiments, saying he never released a personal statement either.
“At the end of the day, I don’t like how all of this came to be. That doesn’t matter, it’s all love, honestly,” said Jada. “That would be something I wouldn’t comment on at all. I feel like it’s a situation I consider private.”
“But now Black Twitter has claimed it as they business,” said Will with a laugh.
Talking about their “personal journey” that “became very public,” Jada said that about 4 and a half years ago, she started a “friendship” with August and they became “really, really good friends.”
Jada admitted she and Will were going through a rough patch, with Will saying, “I was done with you.” During a separation, they agreed they would try and find a way to be happy without each other.
“From there, as time went on, I got into a different kind of entanglement with August,” said Jada. When it came to Will giving “permission,” Jada said “the only person who could give permission in that particular circumstance is myself.”
“What August was trying to communicate … I think he wanted to make it clear he’s not a home wrecker,” she added.
Ever the dutiful host, Will then asked Jada to say “clearly what happened” between her and August.
“I got into an entanglement with August,” she said, as he pushed for more details. “A relationship, it was a relationship, absolutely. I was in a lot of pain, I was broken and in the process of that relationship I definitely realized that you can’t find happiness outside of yourself. And luckily enough, you and I were also going through a process of healing in a much different manner.”