New Orleans rapper August Alsina visited Lil Wayne’s Young Money Radio to mention his widely publicized past relationship with Jada Pinkett Smith who is the wife of actor Will Smith.
Last week, Alsina claimed to have had a relationship with Jada Pinkett Smith, with the approval of Hollywood’s famous name Will Smith. So 48-year-old Jada Pinkett Smith denied the 27-year-old singer’s claims. Then Jada invited her husband Will Smith to her show called ‘Red Table Talk,’ and she clarified this important issue. Pinkett admitted that she cheated on the actor during the show. However, she also stated that there is no such thing as Alsina mentioned. She said:
“This is a very personal journey that became very public for whatever reason. When Aug first came around, he was really sick, and the outpouring from our family was initially about his health. I was done with your a–. I was done with you. We broke up. I got into a different kind of entanglement with August.”
“One thing I want to clear up that was swirling around in the press was you kind of giving permission. The only person that can give permission in that certain circumstance is myself. But what August was probably trying to communicate… I think he wanted to make it clear that he’s not a homewrecker.”
However, rapper Lil Wayne invited August Alsina to his radio show and Alsina has promoted his new song ‘Entanglement’ and cleared the air on his past relationship with Jada. The 27-year-old singer confessed that he will always have feelings for Jada Pinkett after she described her past relationship with Alsina as an ‘entanglement’ during the Red Table Talk. He said:
“I will always have love for her as a person. The experience really did help to transform me and really bring out the king in me. As two men, we had a conversation and that’s what it was.”
Alsina also paid attention to the criticism that he used his past romantic relationship with Pinkett Smith to help publicize his new album. The singer explained:
“Absolutely not. What’s perplexing to me is that I never think it’s anybody’s business to know my business. But when my personal business starts to affect my lifestyle and my livelihood, like I lost partnerships and deals behind that situation — because it looked to the world as if August Alsina was some reckless New Orleans n—a that I’m just pushing up on somebody’s wife.
Here’s the deal, man, nobody’s wrong here. Nobody’s a bad person. She didn’t prey on me, or whatever that people are saying.”
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