Are Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith Scientology devotees?
While Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith very well might be Hollywood’s biggest movie star couple, they’re also one of the more frustrating celebrity couples that we’re aware of, given their complex ideals surrounding a healthy relationship as well as how to raise their kids. Just off the top of our heads, they’re in an open marriage, don’t believe in punishment for their children, and even hook up with friends of their kids. Huh?
To make matters even more interesting, there were even accusations back in 2017 from actress Leah Remini that Jada Pinkett Smith was a “long time” down-low member of Scientology, a science-based church notorious for their peculiar methods and active celebrity participation. Pinkett Smith was less vocal about these rumors, shutting them down at the time. However, that doesn’t mean she’s completely right with her logic.
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are into some interesting things, and regardless if Scientology is one of them you simply have to read on and see just how the Men in Black actor feels about the love of his life via a recent interview with GQ. Care to learn all the details of both Will Smith and Jada Pinkett’s Smith bizarre arrangements? We think you should.
Will with GQ
Many will recall the bombshell interview last year, where Will and Jada candidly discussed the actress’ “entanglement” with singer August Alsina, a close friend of their son Jaden who was twenty-seven at the time. However, the Aladdin star admitted to GQ that his wife wasn’t the only one engaging in other sexual relationships outside of their marriage.
However, he simply alluded to his sexual activity without going into detail, telling GQ the following: “It may seem hard to believe, but I would lose sleep over not giving you the answer that I know you could use. I want to help you, I want you to succeed, I want you to have a headline. But by the same token, I don’t want to deal with the backlash of that in the world.”
The Wild Wild West star singer also disclosed a number of fantasies he would have, sharing them with his intimacy coach and even going as far as to make a list of the famous women he wanted, including Halle Berry and Misty Copeland. “I don’t know where I saw it or some s#!+ as a teenager, but the idea of traveling with twenty women that I loved and took care of and all of that, it seemed like a really great idea.”
While Smith ultimately concluded that the process was “horrific”, he did go on to note how it was helpful to discuss his fantasy in depth. “What she was doing was essentially cleaning out my mind, letting it know it was OK to be me and be who I was.”
He continued: “It was OK to think Halle is fine. It doesn’t make me a bad person that I’m married and I think Halle is beautiful. Whereas in my mind, in my Christian upbringing, even my thoughts were sins. That was really the process that Michaela worked me through to let me realize that my thoughts were not sins and even acting on an impure thought didn’t make me a piece of s%!+.”
Bizarre marriage story
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith seem to have some inconsistencies regarding their marriage. Of course, many will recall when Pinkett Smith sat down with Oprah years ago and said how Will could be with any woman he wants, so long as he can look at himself in the mirror. Equally, in 2015 she told Howard Stern how she’s not here to be “his watcher”, and that Will was a “grown man”. Oh how the tables have turned.
Of course, Jada turned the tables last year when she told her husband how she had a relationship with a close friend of their son, due to a rocky marriage that they both thought wasn’t long for this world. According to Jada, it was during a period where the two had separated. Luckily, it appears as if the two have long since reconciled their marital agreement.
As we said, it may not be Scientology for the couple, but it’s just as interesting . . .