Jada Pinkett Speaks About Her Relationship With Tupac & Open Marrige

Jada Pinkett stopped by at WJLB Morning Show with Coco, Foolish & Mr. Chase yesterday morning to promote the new season of Hawthorne. And whilst there gave a really interesting interview where she opened up about her relation with the late Tupac and her alleged open marriage to Will Smith.

Here are son extracts frm the interview:

On her relationship with Tupac Shakur:

“Pac and I were never in a romance but I feel as though we had those feelings. It was more of a “platonic romance” between each other. We knew us being together in a romantic way would destroy everything because we were both fire. We would burn everything up! So we knew in order to preserve our relationship there was no way we could ever add romance to it cause we probably would’ve killed each other!”

On her rumored open marriage to Will Smith

We always have people that we’re attracted to that we talk about. That don’t stop just because your married. Somebody’s always gonna catch your eye. That’s real. Somebody’s gonna always be prettier than me, and somebody’s always gonna be more in awe of him than me, and he gonna be like *in Will’s voice* ‘yo she really like me’ (laughter) but as far as somebody being right for us… is there somebody right for a nice night? Maybe. But somebody that can sustain our life and sustain what we’ve built together, absolutely not!

Click  here to listen to the entire interview.

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8 responses

  1. I’m not really down with open relationships, especially n open marriage that’s crazy, but hey, most celebs split up just cheat o eachother, so if these two are open with eachother and it works for them, then good for them. They’ve got beautiful kids and have been together for well over 10 years – which is rare in hollywood

  2. I guess it’s good to have an open relationship in marriage, Jada and Will seem to be doing just fine so please tell us all the secrets. Tupac must have broaded her out look in life coz he was very dynamic.

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