Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith: Petition calls on media to stop interviewing couple

Appearing on the petition-hosting website Change.org, the appeal was begun by user Dexter Spirits on November 26, with the caption “Stop interviewing Will and Jada smith!”

While Morales did not expose his inspiration for beginning the petition, signatories revealed their aggravation at the celeb couple’s propensity to reveal intimate information of their personal lives.

“everything i learn about this couple is against my will. free us,” one user commented.

“It’s honestly too much. Celebrities don’t usually share more information than we’d wanna know, but these two are an exception. They need to sidestep the limelight for a bit,” another user composed.

The petition follows the release of Smith’s narrative “Will,” where the Hollywood star explores his marital relationship to Pinkett Smith, and his divorce from his very first other half, Sheree Zampino.
Smith exposed that he fell in love with “Six Degrees of Separation” co-star Stockard Channing throughout his marital relationship to Zampino, stating: “I found myself desperately yearning to see and speak to Stockard.”
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This isn’t the very first time the Smiths have actually shared discoveries about their individual lives.

Previously this year, Pinkett Smith welcomed Gwyneth Paltrow onto her “Red Table Talk” Facebook reveal to have an honest discussion about their sex lives, where she stated “It’s hard.”

“The thing Will and I talk about a lot is the journey. We started in this at a very young age, you know, 22 years old,” Pinkett Smith stated. “That’s why the accountability part really hit for me because I think you expect your partner to know (what you need), especially when it comes to sex.”

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She later on required to Twitter to clarify her remarks, publishing “Will and I have NEVER had an issue in the bedroom. Thank you.”
In July 2020, the celeb couple appeared together on “Red Table Talk” to verify Pinkett Smith’s previous relationship with vocalist August Alsina while the set were separated. This followed a radio interview in which Alsina had actually he had been romantically included with Pinkett Smith.

“Coming to the table was like we just felt like it got to the point where you gotta say something,” Smith stated of the couple’s look on the program.

At the end of the discussion, the set priced quote a well-known line from Smith’s “Bad Boys” movie in jest, stating: “We ride together, we die together. Bad marriage for life.”

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.