Will and Jada Pinkett Smith vacation in Bahamas after August Alsina reveal

Will and Jada Pinkett Smith vacation in Bahamas after August Alsina reveal

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are soaking up the sun at a swanky resort in the Bahamas, days after Pinkett Smith sensationally admitted to a relationship with August Alsina.

The couple, who revealed they split up before Pinkett Smith, 48, embarked on an “entanglement” with the 27-year-old R&B singer, was spotted at the Albany, which is part-owned by Tiger Woods, Page Six is told.

They were joined by their daughter Willow, 19, at the Caribbean getaway Forbes dubbed “one of the most exclusive resorts in the world.” Smith, 51, has previously posted photos of himself on vacation at the celebrity hotspot, where Justin Timberlake and Kate Hudson are also members.

The couple jetted out to the Bahamas shortly after filming an episode of “Red Table Talk,” where they addressed Alsina’s claims that he and Pinkett Smith had a relationship with Smith’s blessing.

During the episode, Smith admitted, “I was done with your ass,” adding: “Marriages have that. We decided that we were going to go separate for a period of time, and you go figure out how to make yourself happy, and I’ll figure out how to make myself happy … I really felt like we could be over.”

Pinkett Smith agreed, saying, “At that point in time, it was indefinite.”

However, seemingly reconciling their differences, the couple then made a joke referencing Smith’s role in the film “Bad Boys: For Life,” quipping “We ride together, we die together, bad marriage for life.”

Deadline reported that Friday’s episode set a record for the most number of views for an original Facebook Watch series, drawing some 15 million viewers to the platform in the first 24 hours. The previous record was held by another “Red Table Talk” episode featuring Jordyn Woods which drew in 7.6 million viewers.

Meanwhile, Variety called the couple’s decision to film the episode “extremely savvy,” writing, “Bringing their own relationship to the Table in as stark terms as they just did may not have been something either Pinkett Smith or Smith wanted to do before.

“And yet, that upfront offer of real time honesty, paired with a contentious edit they could control, is exactly in line with how they’ve been steering their professional lives in recent years. Setting the record straight like this is, in a way unique to the Pinkett-Smiths, both the means and the end.”


Source : Sara Nathan Link

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