Will Smith and Jada Pinkett looking upset
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett looking upset

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett’s ‘Entanglement’

Let’s face it! Putting your relationship history out in the public eye is actually genius PR. Will Smith and his wife, Jada Pinkett-Smith are no strangers to this tactic. They’re controlling the media narrative by coming out with their ‘trapitos al sol’ about their private life, letting their audience speculate – brilliant!

The couple expressed no regrets as the Gotham actress explained during an episode of Red Table Talks that she needed a break from her marriage in order to learn about herself and confront “a lot of emotional immaturity, emotional insecurity,” and do “some really deep healing.”

Will and Jada’s marriage dynamic was one that caught the attention of the public, making everyone wonder: Will this situation have a positive or negative effect on their relationship?

If you’ve followed Will and Jada’s relationship since the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” era, you’d know that they’ve been couple goals for a lot of us. However, according to sexual health and wellness technology expert Tino Dietrick, complex (and public) romance issues like the ‘entanglement’ of the Smiths and August Alsina can be healthier than we realize. Here are a couple of things the Miami-based expert shared:

-Addressing relationship issues in an open way is always the best way forward. Understanding our emotions is the best way to have a happy relationship and a happy life.

-Being open-minded and sharing our weaknesses with our partner will strengthen relationship bonds. After all, a relationship is about building and working on problems as a team.

There are definitely signs that Will and Jada have a strong foundation in their relationship; otherwise, they wouldn’t come out face to face on camera to talk about their marital conflicts.

Whether or not the couple felt it was the best move to publicize the situation, their true fans are happy they brought long-running rumors to the red table. 



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