EXCLUSIVE: Will Smith & Jada Pinkett-Smith Are 'NOT' Getting A Divorce!
We thought this story was already covered a couple months ago, but according to a new source, a...
Now, we've received word that the reports are completely false, and the two are so in love and divorce will never be an option. Here's what the insider had to say:
"Hi, GossipWeLove...A few website's recently reported that actor Will and his wife Jada have filed for a divorce, which turns out to be another false news trying to get picked up. The duo do have their differences just like any other normal married couple.
They both love eachother, while trying to keep their family together-- so divorce is just NOT an option. Please report this story to your readers while letting them know that until our reps confirm the reports, the story is not true."So there you have it.
Plus, last week Jada penned a romantic letter , where many fans are claiming it's dedicated to Will. Here's what she had to say:
A message to a friend:
Romantic love makes us believe, every time, that we don't have to be responsible for our lives. The intoxication of love gives the illusion that we found the ONE to erase the pain and make life easy forever. We go from one person to the next when the intoxication is over chasing this high.
Love is not a high...Love is a challenge. Love is the gateway to our greater selves through the trials she delivers in order to find the "love with no illusions" that can weather the storms of disappointment, betrayal and misfortune.
First wait to discover if you can get past the stage of romanticism,of intoxication. Wait to see if there is any real substance in this to help you both survive the pain that "love with no illusions" inevitably delivers in order to experience its true glory. If so...you may have a reason to give him your life and he to give his to you. Only time can tell you. Wait for time to speakOnce again, Will and Jada are 'NOT' getting a divorce. Can we now move on to juicier gossip?? I'm just saying!
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