The reason why Jada Pinkett didn’t want to be Will Smith’s wife

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith made some surprising comments about their marriage in an interview. Jada Pinkett Smith confessed in an interview that she “didn’t really want to marry” Will Smith and that her wedding was “awful.”

Before marrying the star of “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” on New Year’s Eve in 1997, Pinkett Smith admitted that she “cried in the huge aisle.” “It was a lot of pressure, being a young actress, being young and pregnant, and I didn’t know what to do,” she says in the video for “Red Table Talk,” which has since been resurfaced on social media.

She went on to say, “I never wanted to get married.” The video, which dates from 2018, has sparked debate over his relationship with R&B singer August Alsina, with whom he was involved at the time.

According to nypost.com, Pinkett Smith sincerely remembers her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, also known as ” Gammy “, 68 years old, forcing her and Smith to marry after she became pregnant with their first son together, Jaden, now 23 years old, in the 2018 clip, which resurfaced amid controversy over her affair with 29-year-old R&B artist August Alsina. As she sat around the round table with her mother, Smith, 53, and their 21-year-old daughter Willow, Pinkett Smith reiterated, “I really didn’t want to get married.”

“We only got married because Gammy was crying,” chuckled a Smith at Willow. Smith. “And now Gammy has gone to Will and said, ‘I don’t want a wedding,’ and now I’m compelled to have a wedding,” she explained. “Because I said, ‘This is a serious business,’ I just wanted the two of us to be on a mountain.

“It Was a Horrible Wedding” Jada and Will married at Gothic Cloisters Castle in Baltimore, Maryland, a suburb of her birthplace. Despite their idyllic setting, Pinkett Smith and her mother admitted that she wasn’t quite up to par. Banfield-Norris stated, “The wedding was dreadful.” “It was just brought to our attention at the time. “She didn’t cooperate with anything,” says the narrator, who is already ill.

Smith, on the other hand, was dizzy on their wedding day after winning his first Oscar in March for a brilliant depiction of Venus and Serena Williams’ father, Richard Williams, 80, in the feature film “King Richard.” During the episode, he claimed, “There has never been a day in my life when I wanted anything more than to be married and have a family.” “I envisaged what my family would be like since I was five years old,” Smith added.