American actor and rapper, Willard Smith popularly known as Will Smith and wife, Jada Pinkett Smith have been married since 1997. Jada Pinkett Smith has finally addressed her alleged romantic relationship with singer August Alsina for the first time on the Red Table Talk show.
The Smiths and Alsina were the top news on July 1st when August Alsina during an interview with Breakfast Club co-host Angela Yee announced that he had a romantic relationship with Jada. August alleged that Jada’s husband, Will Smith gave him ‘his blessing’ to go into a relationship with his wife, as they were supposedly in an ‘open marriage’. This sparked an outrage on social media as many wondered if it was true.

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According to the superstar couple they "were going through a very difficult time" and had broken up when Pinkett Smith started a romantic relationship with the 27-year-old singer.

Jada later promised to invite herself to her show to properly react to Alsina’s revelation. Keeping to her promise, the celebrity couple have now addressed this on Friday during an episode of the actress’ Red Table Talk show hosted on Facebook, which she usually hosts alongside her mother, Adrienne Banfield Norris and daughter, Willow Smith

On Friday's episode the pair said they felt compelled to speak out because there was so much speculation after Alsina's interview.
She confirmed the relationship with Alsina describing it as an ‘entanglement’ that happened while herself and Will Smith were going through a temporary separation about 4 and half years ago.

"I got into an entanglement with August," Jada said.

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She also said she wanted to clear up Alsina having said her husband had given permission for the affair, though she added that she understood why the young singer may have believed that to be the case.

"The only person that can give permission in that particular circumstance is myself," she said. "I could actually see how he would perceive it as permission because we were separated amicably and I think he also wanted to make it clear that he's also not a homewrecker. Which he's not.",Jada said, she was "in a lot of pain" and "broken" during the relationship.

"I told you the first year we were married, that I could love you through anything," Will Smith said.
The couple bumped fists as they jokingly recited their rendition of his "Bad Boys" movie motto: "We ride together, we die together. Bad marriage for life."

Friday’s conversation was significantly shorter than Smith‘s usual ‘Red Table Talk’ episodes, which usually clocks in around 40 minutes. The episode was about 13 minutes long.

Watch the Red Table Talk discussion video below;

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