Jada Pinkett Smith reportedly writing book about ‘complicated marriage to Will Smith’. According to the publisher, the untitled memoir will detail the actress’ “lessons learnt in the course of a challenging but compelling journey.” The account of Jada Pinkett Smith’s “difficult marriage to Will Smith” is ready to be written.
According to the Associated Press, the 51-year-old actress and Red Table Talk host will release an as-yet-untitled memoir in 2023 that will focus on her “lessons learnt in the course of a difficult but exciting journey.” According to a summary published by Dey Street on Thursday, Pinkett Smith’s life has been “a rollercoaster trip from the depths of suicidal melancholy to the heights of personal revelation and the celebration of real feminine power.”
Pinkett Smith’s background in Baltimore, her connection with rapper Tupac Shakur, her courtship with Smith, and her experience as a mother of three are some of the other subjects that will be covered in the book. While Pinkett Smith is best known for her roles in blockbuster movies like The Matrix trilogy and Girls Trip, she and her husband were at the heart of a media frenzy earlier this year after Smith slapped comedian and Oscars host Chris Rock. Rock made a joke about Pinkett Smith’s hair when she revealed publicly that she had alopecia, which led to the smack.
The Oscar winner for King Richard later expressed regret for what had happened, but for the following ten years he was prohibited from attending activities sponsored by the Academy, including the Oscars. Earlier this year, Pinkett Smith discussed the incident in an episode of her Red Table Talk podcast.
“Regarding Oscar night, my sincerest wish is that these two smart, accomplished men will have the chance to mend fences, work this out, and reconcile. the current situation of the world? We genuinely need each other more than ever, and we need them both “She spoke. “Until then, Will and I will keep doing what we have been doing for the past 28 years, which is working together to figure out this thing called life. I appreciate your attention.”