Jada Pinkett Smith And Will Smith Probably Have An Open Marriage

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I guess after almost 20 years, Jada Pinkett Smith doesn’t sweat, like ANYTHING.

The Gotham starr sat down with Howard Stern on Wednesday to discuss her marriage to Will Smith, which to be honest makes it seem like they’re in a pretty open relationship, even though she doesn’t say that directly. Us Weekly reports:

On marriage being a journey: “We have traveled and you’ve gotta be strong. It takes work — you know that!” she said to Stern. “Here’s the deal, Howard. You’ve gotta trust who you’re with. And at the end of the day, right, I’m not here to be anybody’s watcher. I’m not his watcher. He’s a grown man.”

On the basics of marriage: “Here’s what I trust: The man that Will is… is a man of integrity. He’s got all the freedom in the world,” she dished. “As long as Will can look himself the mirror and be okay? I’m good.”

On Any “affairs:” “I’m gonna know anyway,” she continued, saying not all Hollywood couples were on the same page. “It can sometimes [suck] if you’re not clear about where your man is.”

On Will being attracted to other women:  “When you can look in your man’s eyes and know that he’s holding you down and that he loves you,” she dished. “Here’s what’s real: I’m not the kind of woman that believes a man is not going to be attracted to another woman.”

What do YOU think? Is this about men in more general terms or do you think that this marriage is open and she’s cool with it?!

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Thursday, June 4th, 2015 at 8:08am
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