Will and Jada Pinkett Smith have determined that having an open marriage is beneficial to them. Will confirmed allegations that had followed the pair for years in a 2021 interview with GQ, claiming they gave up monogamy when they recognized their relationship wasn’t working. “Marriage cannot be a jail for us. And I don’t recommend our path to anyone “he stated “However, the experiences, freedoms, and unconditional support that we’ve given one another, to me, is the highest definition of love.”
Will claims that his wife “never believed in conventional marriage” in the first place, so by being open-minded and willing to experiment with non-monagamy, the two actors were able to strengthen their bond rather than simply giving up on their relationship — to the point where Will felt compelled to defend Jada’s honor at the Oscars when comedian Chris Rock made a joke about her shaved head. Will’s punishment for storming the stage and hitting Rock was severe, and it has the potential to entirely wreck his acting career. According to People, he resigned from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and was barred from attending the Oscars for ten years.
“It was a case of his overreacting in the heat of the moment. He and she are both aware of this “The Slap, an insider told Us Weekly. Will and Jada have both acknowledged to losing their cool in the past, with two particularly heated clashes threatening their marriage.