Jada Pinkett-Smith's Rep Reportedly Denies August Alsina's Claims of Their Alleged Affair
Movie star, Jada Pinkett-Smith, is opening up about the recent rumors that have been circulating concerning her alleged affair with music star, August Alsina.
Fans were amazed after R&B star August Alsina revealed that he had an illicit affair with Hollywood icon, Jada Pinkett-Smith.
According to TMZ, a rep for Pinkett-Smith has come out to debunk the rumors concerning her alleged relationship with singer, Alsina, saying it is "absolutely not true."
Pinkett-Smith has often voiced out on not having a conventional marriage with Will Smith. On the "Red Table Talk," the mom-of-two once told fans about going through a moment when she felt "caged" in marriage.
Page Six reports that Alsina's allegation was made during a recent episode of "The Breakfast Club" where he joined Angela Yee to talk about his new album, "The Product III: State of Emergency."
At a point, their conversation took a turn as Alsina broached the topic of his supposed affair with Pinkett-Smith, which has now ended.
Alsina shared that Jada's son, Jaden, introduced her to him in 2015 and they started a romantic relationship. The "No Love" crooner added that Pinkett-Smith's spouse was aware of their relationship and "gave his blessings." Speaking about their relationship, he said:
"I totally gave myself to that relationship for years of my life, and I truly and really, really deeply love and have a ton of love for her. I devoted myself to it..."
E! Online reports that while Alsina spoke about his alleged affair with Pinkett-Smith, he got emotional and made it known that the end of the relationship was devastating for him.
He explained that he had "literally never been in love in that kind of a way" and that walking away from her "probably will be the hardest thing that I've ever experienced in this lifetime."
Oprah Mag reports that Pinkett-Smith and "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" alum Smith have been together for over 20 years. The two tied the knot in 1997 and are known for how open-minded they are concerning their marital ups and downs.
USA Today shares that Pinkett-Smith has often voiced out on not having a conventional marriage with Smith. On the "Red Table Talk," the mom-of-two once told fans about going through a moment when she felt "caged" in marriage and knew she "wasn't built for conventional marriage."
Pinkett-Smith stated that the thought almost killed her but her friends helped her overcome the "tough" times.