Jada Pinkett Smith has expressed her intention to potentially pursue legal action against Brother Bilaal, the former assistant to her husband, Will Smith. Brother Bilaal alleged that he once walked in on Will and another individual engaged in sexual activity in a dressing room several years ago. Although it remains uncertain if Jada will proceed with legal action, sources close to Will suggest that he is genuinely assessing his legal options, lending credibility to Jada's reaction. However, a representative for the couple has firmly stated that the claims made by Brother Bilaal are entirely false and fabricated. Brother Bilaal initially made his claims during an appearance on the Unwine With Tasha K podcast, asserting that he had witnessed Will and another person, named Duane, engaging in anal sex on a couch in a dressing room. It should be noted that Duane is the former spouse of actress Tisha Campbell, with their marriage lasting from 1996 to 2020. These allegations by Brother Bilaal have sparked a public debate surrounding the integrity of Will and Jada's relationship.
Jada Pinkett Smith has been vocal in dispelling various rumors about her marriage to Will while promoting her memoir, Worthy. During an interview with Today host Hoda Kotb, Jada responded to inquiries about their relationship status, denying claims of an open marriage or swinging lifestyle and refuting rumors of either of them being gay. Jada has also emphasized that she and Will have led separate lives since 2016, explaining that they are still navigating how to publicly present their partnership to the world.
Despite remaining legally married, Jada has disclosed that there is no romance between her and Will, describing their love as "fractured." Over the years, she has contemplated the possibility of divorcing him. These revelations have shed light on the complexities of their relationship, attracting significant attention from the public and media.