Will Smith gives details about his open relationship with his wife

Will Smith
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More than a year ago the news that Jada Pinkett Smith had had a relationship with rapper August Alsina shocked the entertainment world, as she and her husband, Will Smith, were considered one of the most stable couples in Hollywood.

Now the international media is back on the subject. This time the actor of ‘Looking for happiness’ He confessed that, although at first they were a monogamous marriage, they decided to give themselves the freedom to have sexual relations with other people.

Memoirs of Will Smith

Will Smith spoke for the magazine ‘GQ‘about the book of his memories that will be released in November, in which he talks about his childhood, his personal and acting life, but also his relationship with Pinkett.

The actor acknowledges that from the beginning of their marriage there were moments when she put aside her values ​​to please him. For example, Pinkett did not want a traditional ceremony, but agreed at Smith’s insistence. “This would be the first of many commitments that Jada would make over the years that painfully denied her own values,” said the singer.

In fact, he revealed that the actress did not believe in conventional relationships and they had many discussions on the subject.

Jada never believed in conventional marriage. Jada had relatives who had an unconventional relationship. So she grew up in a very different way than I did. There were meaningful endless discussions about, what is relational perfection? What is the perfect way to interact as a couple? And for most of our relationship, monogamy was what we chose, without thinking of monogamy as the only relational perfection “, recognized the interpreter of ‘The Prince of Bell Air‘.

But he also stated that, although it is a ‘model’ of marriage that has worked for them, he does not recommend it, since each couple must find their own way.

“Marriage for us cannot be a prison. And I am not suggesting our way to anyone. I do not suggest this trail for anyone. But the experiences of the freedoms that we have given each other and the unconditional support, for me, is the highest definition of love, “he assured the aforementioned media.

Finally, he stressed that in his book he seeks to show the real Will Smith. “I want this book to show people who I really am.”

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