Jada Pinkett Smith Gives Howard Stern The Scoop On Will’s ‘Freedom’ In Their Marriage

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People are still intrigued and fascinated with the dynamics of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith‘s 18-year marriage.

Whether it’s whispers of them allegedly swinging, chatter about an open marriage, or tabloid reports of their impending divorce, Will and Jada have stood the test of time.

What’s the secret ingredient to their delicious marriage? Jada says it’s trust.

In a recent interview, Mrs. Smith told Howard Stern:

Here’s the deal with that, Howard…you’ve got to trust who you’re with. And at the end of the day, I’m not here to be anybody’s watcher. I’m not his watcher. He’s a grown man.

Here’s what I trust — I trust that the man that Will is, is the man of integrity. So, he’s got all the freedom in the world. As long as Will can look himself in the mirror and be okay, I’m good.

Listen to the audio on page 2. 


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2 thoughts on “Jada Pinkett Smith Gives Howard Stern The Scoop On Will’s ‘Freedom’ In Their Marriage”

  1. Whatever they do in their marriage is their buisness. I really honestly don’t think Will cheats. I think he may get attracted to his movie co-stars and flirts and stuff. But honestly, I don’t feel in my bones he dips out, or they swing or have an open marriage. I just feel like they’re totally honest with each other. If he’s attracted to another woman, he tells her. But I just feel like it doesn’t go further than that. Who the heck knows…lol. But I do believe they’ll be married until they die.

  2. I live by a similar philosophy.

    My husband and I made vows. I believe my husband is a man of integrity and upholds those vows so I dont check his email or phone logs nor prevent him from going on trips or other outings with his friends and I don’t question his platonic friendships with women, etc.

    It’s worked out for us thus far (15 years). My peers often comment on how good I have it. Since I don’t post on social media or discuss my marriage with others (outside of anonymous posts like this) they must be going off of what they see and hear when I’m not around.

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