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‘Now We Got A Problem’ The 1 Condition That Would Cause Divorce Amongst The Smiths



If he did something bad to the kids – Now We Got A Problem“, said Jada Pinkett in an interview to the US Weekly in 2013.

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The Smiths have been married for two decades now, and they have been through various turmoils and storms together. They are one of the most adored couples in the industry. But throughout all the problems and rumors they have together and have just turned stronger with each passing day.

The entire world was shocked when Jada Pinkett Smith revealed during the interview on the Red Table Talk about her ‘entanglement’ with August Alsina, the musician. They were more astonished by the fact that Will Smith was okay with the affair.

This shows that the Smiths are so supportive of each other and they believe in communication and forgiveness, which just makes their marriage stronger. Amidst this, everyone is having just one question,” Is there anything that can break up the Smiths?” And we finally got the answer.

‘Now We Got A Problem’, What Made Jada Say It?

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If you all thought that the Smiths were ‘unbreakable’, now there is one condition that might make Jada leave Will Smith. As the entire world has seen that the Smiths have been through thick and thin, even if their thoughts and ways of living are different.

Jada said the one condition that would make her leave Will would be ‘if he hurts the kids’, after saying this she even added,” Now We Got A Problem”. The chances of Will hurting the kids are ‘highly unlikely’.

On the other hand, Will said,” There are no deal-breakers. There’s nothing she could do — ever. Nothing that would break our relationship. he has my support till death and it feels so good to get to that space.” in a podcast interview in 2013.

Different Views On Marriage Amidst The Smiths

'Now We Got A Problem'

Will Smith doesn’t believe in divorces. Marriage is all about forgiving each other, understanding, and accommodation.

Will Smith met Jada Pinkett during the screening for ‘The Fresh Prince of Belair’. They both fell for each other immediately, but the timing was not right. Will Smith at that time was married to his first wife, Sheree Zampino. Even, she was the one who filed for divorce, because she could sense that Will Smith no longer loved her.

Whereas, Jada Pinkett never wanted to get married. marriage to her was just a fancy word for being caged and losing freedom. “I knew that I was not built for conventional marriage,” she said, in an interview with The Guardian.

She even added,” Even the word ‘wife’: it’s a golden cage, swallow the key. Even before I was married, I was like, ‘That’ll kill me.’ And it damn near did!” She here referred to the perfect image of ‘ the family’ Will Smith wanted to portray.

‘At The End Of The Day, We Are All A Family’

Everyone in the Smith Family is very supportive and caring towards each other. They all consider each other family. Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith, Jaden Smith and even Trey Smith, Son from Will Smith’s first wife, everyone is loving and considers each other family at the end of the day.

According to them, family is above all, even above their respective careers. Pinkett said in an interview with the US Weekly,” Here’s the thing about Will and I — [we] are family. That is never going down.”

Jada further added,” We are family. Take out all that whole marriage/relationship crap, at the end of the day, Will and I are family. I am going to hold him down, doesn’t matter… At the end of the day, that is a man that can rely on me for the rest of his life, period.”

At the end of the day, there is nothing but love in their hearts for each other, even after the statements such as, ‘Now We Got A Problem’.



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