Jada Pinkett Smith, star of Red Table Talk and the estranged wife of Will Smith, has recently released a tell-all memoir. In response, Will Smith, who has two children with Pinkett Smith, wrote a letter to Jay Shetty in which he openly shared his thoughts about Pinkett Smith’s book.
What was Will Smith’s reaction to Jada Pinkett Smith’s memoir?
After reading the book, Will Smith sent a letter to Jay Shetty, the host of the On Purpose podcast. Shetty was tasked with relaying the message to Smith’s former partner on the most recent episode, which read: “I applaud and honor you. If I had read this book 30 years ago, I definitely would have hugged you more. I’ll start now. Welcome to the author’s club. I love you endlessly. Now go get some Merlot and take a rest.”
Will also wrote: “When you’ve been with someone for more than half of your life a sort of emotional blindness sets in. You can all too easily lose your sensitivity to their hidden nuances and subtle beauties,” noting that he hadn’t realized how on edge his partner had been living up until now.
What do we know about Jada Pinkett Smith’s memoir ‘Worthy’?
The memoir that has been titled Worthy, which will officially be released on October 17, discusses Jada’s friendship with Tupac Shakur, how she survived suicidal ideation, the Will-Smith-Chris-Rock Oscars slap that reverberated around the world, and the truth about her marriage to Will, from whom she has been discreetly separated for seven years.