Jada Pinkett Smith has responded to recent claims involving her husband, Will Smith, who has been accused of engaging in intimate activities with fellow actor Duane Martin.
Jada has hinted that legal action may be taken when questioned by photographers on Wednesday. In a video obtained by TMZ, Jada responded to queries about the situation, stating, ‘We suin’!’
The allegations surfaced when Brother Bilaal, self-described as the actor’s ex-personal assistant, made the shocking accusation during an interview with internet personality Tasha K.
Bilaal claims he once walked in on the Smith and co-star Martin engaged in a sex act in a dressing room.
‘I opened the door to Duane’s dressing room and that’s when I see Duane having anal sex with Will,’ Brother Bilaal said. ‘There was a couch and Will was bent over on the couch and Duane was standing up killing him, murdering him – it was murder in there.’
Will Smith has vehemently denied the claims.
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s marriage has been in the public eye since they started dating in 1995, following the end of Will’s first marriage to Sheree Zampino. ‘
The couple got married in 1997 and shares two children, Willow and Jaden Smith.
Recent headlines have brought attention to their relationship, especially after Jada disclosed that they had been separated for several years.
The revelation coincided with an incident at the Oscars where Will slapped comedian Chris Rock for making jokes about Jada.
Despite their separation, Jada clarified that they have no plans for divorce and are actively working towards reconciliation, even though they currently reside in separate homes.
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