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Jada Pinkett Smith’s New Memoir Crashes And Burns

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Jada Pinkett Smith’s memoir, “Worthy,” has been met with a severe lack of interest from fans.

Despite sharing personal details and dragging Will Smith’s name, the book has failed to perform well in terms of sales and rankings.

In contrast, memoirs from Britney Spears and John Stamos, released on the same day, have seen far better success.

Pinkett Smith’s oversharing about her separation from Will Smith and her “entanglement” with August Alsina has seemingly led to a loss of interest in her personal life.

With the book’s failure and the cancellation of her show, she may need to accept the lack of enthusiasm to avoid further embarrassment.

During an interview, Pinkett Smith discussed her book titled “Worthy” in an NBC News prime-time special with Hoda Kotb.

She revealed that she and Will Smith are still legally married, but no longer romantically involved with each other for two years when he assaulted Chris Rock on stage.

“It was not a divorce on paper,” Kotb said.

“Right,” Pinkett Smith said.

“…but it was a divorce,” Kotb added.

“Divorce,” Pinkett Smith said.

Pinkett Smith said they haven’t made it public due to “just not being ready yet … Still trying to figure out between the two of us how to be in partnership … In regards to, how do we present that to people? We hadn’t figured that out.”

Pinkett Smith said, “Why it fractured…that — that’s a lot of things… By the time we got to 2016, we were just exhausted with trying. I think we were both kind of just still stuck in our fantasy of what we thought the other person should be.”

“I made a promise that there will never be a reason for us to get a divorce. We will work through … whatever,” Pinkett Smith said.

“I just haven’t been able to break that promise,” she added.

Smith and Pinkett Smith married in 1997 and have lived “completely separate lives” since 2016.

Smith and Pinkett Smith talked about their marriage, during the Red Table Talk interview in 2020 and Smith’s relationship with Alsina — or the “entanglement,” she called it. Pinkett Smith and Smith said that before her relationship with Alsina, they had been “going through a very difficult time.”

“I was done with your ass,” Smith said.

“Yeah, you kicked me to the curb,” Pinkett Smith said. And, “We broke up.”

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