August Alsina is talking about why she chose her bombing affair with Jada Pinkett-Smith, which led to the actress discussing everything with husband Will Smith in the Red Table Talk series in July .
48-year-old Jada confesses to a relationship with 27-year-old musician August, as she was 51 years old, who confesses to him that this is a full-blown relationship, rather than an ‘entanglement’ that she tried to describe. this.
However, August has claimed in a new interview with PEOPLE that his friendship with the super couple is ‘not broken’, saying that ‘there is a lot of love’ and that he said he came forward with the story because it affected His professional career as a singer had begun.
Speaking: August Alsina says that her relationship with Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith is ‘not broken’ … and reveals that she revealed the blatant story (pictured above with Jada in 2017)
He said, “I never cared what people thought of me, but my personal life began to diverge from my professional life.” “There were some mistakes about me, and it affected my business relationships.”
He said, “I could understand why it would feel like I am careless or abusive, so it really started to affect my livelihood, and I’m never okay with that.” ‘I got three children to look after. Kill me, hate me, stone me, but bury an honest man. All I can do is tell the truth. ‘
August is referred to as his three nieces, Chailin, 14, Amaya, 13, and Kayden, 11, who were shot dead in 2010 by their father (August’s brother Melvin) and his mother Chandra. He died of cancer in 2018. On christmas day.
Telling- Jada faced music in July as she sat down with husband Will about the affair in August
The singer said in the interview that he never meant to make Smith a ’cause for trouble’ and that his relationship with her was ‘not broken.’
‘There’s a lot of love there. Sometimes the truth is complex and difficult. but [my relationship with them isn’t] He absolutely broke down. ‘
They have created further controversy for themselves since the revelation, releasing a single titled ‘Entanglements’ giving Jada a clear indication of their choice of words for their relationship.
No regrets: August says in interview that his relationship with Will and Yada is ‘not broken’ and that ‘still love’
Understand: She will have an affair with Jada when she had an affair with Red Table Talk
But he explains in the interview that the single was ‘nothing personal’ and was just a business move for her, as she is eager to take care of her niece – or her ‘daughters’ as she fondly calls them.
August says she is single now and is focusing on healing after her entire experience with Yada.
‘I’ve spent a lot of time in a relationship. This is the first time you are back to your type of thing. There has been a lot of reconstruction in itself, a lot of healing in itself. But I’m very fine, ‘he explains.
In her words, Jada revealed that she was found through her son Jaiden on 22 August, and recalled the singer, who was 23 at the time, was ‘really sick’.
Jada said: ‘And it all started with him, just needed some help, I wanted to help his health, his mental state.
He said, “His health was poor for him from our family in the beginning.” ‘We found all the different resources that were going through very difficult times to help pull him and me from there.’
After Jada’s confession: ‘I was done with you,’ while Jada said that he decided to separate for a ‘period of time’.
Moving on: August was featured in LAX after JAX’s Red Table Talk
Professional: The singer said he came forward because it affected his career
The mother-in-law went on to react to August’s claim that Will had ‘given’ her permission to have an affair.
He said, “The only person who can give permission under that circumstance is that”.
‘But what August was trying to communicate maybe because I could see how he could see it as permission because we were cordially separated, and I think he wanted to make it clear that He is not a householder, because he is not. ‘
When Will pushed Jada to clarify what he meant by ‘entanglement’, he replied, ‘It was a relationship, of course.’