Jada Pinkett Smith’s ex denies reports he laughed at Chris Rock’s ‘entanglements’

Jada Pinkett Smith’s ex denies reports he laughed at Chris Rock’s ‘entanglements’
Jada Pinkett Smith’s ex denies reports he laughed at Chris Rock’s ‘entanglements’

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Earlier this week was New York Post published a report saying that Alsina found Rock’s jokes about the couple’s affair “funny”.
“August saw the Netflix special and he laughed,” a source told the paper Mail. “He found it not only funny, but truthful. That was the best part for him.”
“This is a lie,” said a representative of Alsina Entertainment tonight. “MR. Alsina hasn’t seen Chris Rock’s special at all since he’s been busy on tour.”

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Telling the audience that Smith’s bangs made him hear “Summer time ringing in my ears”, Rock blamed Pinkett Smith’s “entanglements” for the actress’ outburst.

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“His wife was having an affair with his son’s friend. I wouldn’t normally talk about this… But for some reason, [they] put that s— on the Internet. We have all been deceived. Everyone in here has been duped. None of us have ever been interviewed by the person who tricked us on TV. ‘Hey, I sucked someone’s d—. How did that make you feel?'” Rock said, referring to the couple’s decision to publicly address infidelity in their relationship on a Red Table Talk episode.

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In 2020, Jada confessed to an “entanglement” with the R&B singer in 2015 when she and Will briefly separated.

“We were over. From there, as time went on, I got into a different kind of entanglement with August,” she continued Red Table Talk.

Smith, who appeared with his wife, said the breakup of their marriage was necessary so they could both “figure out how to be happy.”

In an interview with Vulture the same year, Alsina raised the issue of the use of the word “entanglement”, insisting that he does not “know why that word is such a problem”.

“I agree (with Jada). If you look up the definition of ‘entanglement’, it’s a complex and difficult relationship. It was exactly that,” the 30-year-old explained.

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“But I definitely have to agree that it’s an entanglement. It was definitely something complicated, a complicated dynamic.”

In a separate interview with Breakfast Club host Angela Yee, Alsina said he had “literally never been in love” before meeting Jada.

“I gave myself completely to that relationship,” he said [per Us Weekly]. “I devoted myself to it. I gave myself to it.”

August Alsina and Jada Pinkett Smith. Photo by Getty

Since the special aired, Rock has been accused of being “obsessed” with Jada.

“It’s been going on for 30 years,” a source told me HUMAN BEINGS. “See where he chose to film his Netflix special. Her hometown [in Baltimore]. Possessed.”

The insider went on to add that Rock’s beef with the actress stemmed from her criticism of his hosting of the 2016 Oscars after she helped lead the #OscarsSoWhite campaign over the lack of nominees of color, including Will’s performance in Concussion.

“Back in 2016, she helped start a movement with the Academy Awards by asking why there are so few Black members, and Chris took it to this?”

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In his special, Rock addressed the jokes he made at Will and Jada’s expense at the 2017 Oscars.

“I made some jokes about her. Who gives af—? That’s how it is. She starts it, I finish it,” Rock said. “That’s what the f— happened … She started this s—.”

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