Will Smith's take on Jada Pinkett Smith's revelations

    In a candid and emotional moment, Will Smith shares his personal perspective on the revelations, shedding light on his feelings and thoughts regarding the situation.

    Will Smith and Jada (Source: CNN)

    Will Smith and Jada (Source: CNN)

    Will Smith has reacted to the series of revelations that have emerged during his wife Jada Pinkett Smith's press tour for her latest memoir, "Worthy."

    According to The New York Times, Smith shared in an email that the memoir had a profound impact on him, awakening a deeper understanding of his wife's life experiences. He expressed that he had not fully grasped the extent to which she had lived life on the edge, and he now recognizes her as even more resilient, clever, and compassionate than he previously believed.

    A New Perspective

    During a series of candid interviews promoting her book, Pinkett Smith has opened up about a wide range of topics. She delved into her relationship with Tupac Shakur, her teenage involvement in drug dealing, the highly-publicized Oscars incident, and her marriage to Will Smith. 

    Notably, she revealed that she and Will have been living separately for the past seven years, dropping one bombshell after another in these discussions.

    Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith (Source: Entertainment Weekly)

    In a recent interview with The New York Times, Pinkett Smith candidly expressed her feelings about Chris Rock's recent Netflix special, admitting that it had a profound impact on her emotions. She recalled the moment, saying, "I remember my heart piercing, my heart cracking, and I remember my feelings being so hurt. And then I remember being able to smile and wish him well at the same time."

     Pinkett Smith also shared that she has embarked on a unique journey toward what she calls "clarity and emotional sobriety." She described herself as something of an "urban nun," emphasizing her commitment to daily meditation and the study of sacred texts like the Bhagavad Gita, the Quran, or the Bible.