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Hollywood actress Jada Pinkett Smith is this week diving deeper into past relationships on a media junket, as she continues to offer bizarre twists about her marriage for a public audience – who are now starting to regret unwillingly learning so much about Will Smith via his wife’s non stop confessionals.
After revealing that she and husband Will Smith have been living “completely separate lives” since 2016, Pinkett Smith told the Hollywood press about her friendship with the late rapper Tupac Shakur in early September.
Pinkett Smith said Shakur, another rapper from the similar era to her current husband who died after being gunned down in 1996 – was her “soulmate” and that they shared a “real connection”.
But the bombshells keep coming throughout a press tour for her new memoir “Worthy”
Pinkett Smith has this week delved into the “Oscar Slap” incident, in which her husband slapped comedian Chris Rock at the 2022 Academy Awards and told him to keep his wifes name out of his fucking mouth.
The latter had made a joke about Pinkett Smith’s shaved head, a product of her struggle with alopecia and infuriated her husband who went on to embarrass himself before then immediately having to accept the award for Best Actor – effectively spoiling his night of nights.
Speaking In an NBC News primetime special, Pinkett Smith said that she was “shocked” Smith had called her his “wife” at that time since they had been separated for so long. Which is not really something you should reveal to the media after your husband has jeopardised his career and public profile while defending you in front of billions of people.
However, the cruelty continues this week, as Pinkett Smith reveals that Tupac wasn’t even her TRUE soulmate.
And no it isn’t Will Smith.
“He was a Canadian actor that was making a lot of movies around the same Fresh Prince was on the air” says Pinkett Smith.
“John Candy, you remember him?”
“He was quite the… um… Enthusiastic lover… I could say”
Known for his roles in blockbuster family comedies such as s such as Spaceballs (1987), Uncle Buck (1989), and Cool Runnings (1993) – John Candy had never previously been linked to Jada Pinkett Smith, but at this point, sure anything makes sense.
“Yeah. He was my true soulmate. He was a little older, and not what most people would expect to be my type”
“But his raw sexual energy and don’t give a fuck attitude is what did it for me”
“Will, Tupac… Everyone comes second to Big Daddy Candy”