Predatory Entanglement: Jada Pinkett-Smith Opens Up About Relationship With Singer August Alsina
Singer August Alsina sat down with Breakfast Club's, Angela Yee to speak on new music and overrall experiences in his life and throughout his career. During this converstaion the artist enlightened all of us about his relationship with Jada Pinkett- Smith, where the singer stated:
"Will gave me his blessing. “I totally gave myself to that relationship for years of my life, and I truly and really, really, deeply loved and have a ton of love for her,” referring to Jada.
Alsina added, “I can die right now and be okay knowing that I fully gave myself to somebody … Some people never get that in this lifetime.”
This interview sparked so much constroversy and red flags that it forced Jada Pinkett- Smith to bring herself to the red table to have an intervention with herself to speak on her side of the entanglement, as she referrs to the relationship with August Alsina.
During the Red Table Talk Jada speaks on not being in positive headspace, fighting her own demons, while seeking her own healing. As it pertained to August Alsina, she stated it gave her instant gradification to be able to help August heal as he was dealing personal situations along with a illness. During that process is when the entaglement begain.
So many people made a mockery of Entaglement while others had speulations that Jada was actions was there of a perdators. In this situation after hearing both sides many felt that Jada took advantage of August Alsina's circumstances to use to her own advantage.
Look at it the situation from a different perspective, if Will had moved in and one of Willow's 22-year old friends and proceeded with a relationship while he was suppose to be helping her heal, would Will be Canceled after being dragged through the mud?
Why is there a double standard? Jada actions are being glofied and uplifted for healing while the finger is being pinpointed as August not following side piece guidelines.
Tell me your thoughts below was this predatory behavior? and is there a double standard as to how we choose to view Jada and her actions?