If so, I wonder if we're entitled to some type of compensation. By now, you've probably heard about Jada Pinkett Smiths new memoir, "Worthy." Have you read it? And if so, what did you think? For a lot of people, Jada's new book is a hard no because so many of us feel like her life is being played out on social media. Is that wrong?
What celebrity's life isn't being played out on social media? Ever since there were signs of trouble in paradise, for this power couple, we've been the judge and jury to their relationship. A relationship where Jada's the villain and Will is the victim. But is that fair? There's constant talk about Jada not loving Will or Jada emasculating Will, and that both are downright narcissistic. Says who?
To see the people go on interviews to speak on a relationship they know nothing about, to criticize people they don't know outside of television and movies and disrespect their family for not being the societal norm, is crazy. Both are amazing actors, who happen to be married, and who wrote books about their truths. THEIR TRUTH! So why do people put so much time, stock, and emotion into their life and relationship? Is their relationship triggering? Will and Jada's relationship/family may not be traditional, but who says it has to be?
Don't get me wrong, I like a little tea every now and then and from what I hear Jada's new book is piping hot! I'm here for it all! My question to you is, are we tired of Will and Jada? Have we had enough? Or are we going to tune in for the next episode of Will and Jada? Let me know what you think below: