Will Smith accuses Jada Pinkett of ruining his career and then declares, “I’m Divorcing Her.” Jada Pinkett was the one who forced him to give up his acting career.
Will Smith has had enough of Jada’s harmful behaviour in her life and wants her to put an end to it. He wants her to quit. Have you seen how he decided to be really honest in front of everyone about his desire to divorce her? Will Smith, Jaden Smith, and Will Smith have now reached the breaking point, when they can no longer tolerate their mother throwing the entire family into disgrace? Continue reading to find out what they had to say about Jada and the things she has done in the past by following along with the story.
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Due to the exclusion of Will Smith from the Oscars, Jada Pinkett Smith has been quoted as claiming that she shed many tears while watching the programme. It would appear that Jada’s need for perfection cannot be satiated by anything at all.
What, in point of fact, did take occur that led to the breakup of their family, and why did it take place? When Jada and Will were meant to get married in the past, but things began to go awry, the wedding was cancelled.
She finally came clean and admitted, “I never wanted to be married.”
While Pinkett Smith sat between her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris, her daughter Willow, and her husband Will Smith, she reiterated that she “truly didn’t want to be married.” Will Smith was also present. Will Smith claimed, with a chuckle, that the sole reason they were married was because Gammy Banfield-Norris was crying. “It was almost as if Gammy was like, ‘You have to get married, so let’s speak about the wedding,'” Pinkett Smith is quoted as saying in the interview. After afterwards, Jada’s mother admitted what she had been hiding and said, “I remember feeling really passionately and wanted you guys to be married.”
She said, “I do remember [wanting you and Will to get married], but I don’t recall you rejecting the idea of marriage.” “I do remember [wanting you and Will to be married]” “Well, I do recall wanting you and Will to be married,” the person said. I seem to recall that the notion of getting married was not opposed, but the idea of having a wedding was. Banfield-Norris acknowledged that the wedding was a dreadful event for everyone involved. “That was a complete and utter disaster. Because of her condition, Jada was behaving in a very displeasing manner… She did not take part in any of the activities that were being held.