It has been noted that Will Smith’s wife Jada Pinkett Smith feels Ana Navarro and other detractors should look beyond the headlines before judging her journey.
While on The Breakfast Club this week, Jada, 52, was asked to respond to Navarro criticizing her on multiple episodes of The View in October.
The talk show co-host, 51, had said Jada was “emasculating and embarrassing” her husband Will Smith by talking about their marriage while promoting her book Worthy.
Jada said, “Well, I think if she took time to read the book, you know? I think that … if you wanna just read headlines, I could see how that could be confusing. But the book is right here.”
However, the Girls Trip actress continued, “People have a right to their opinions. I always know that anybody who’s saying that hasn’t really done their homework.”
“But, you gotta expect it too because of what the headlines are, what ‘clickbait’ is,” said Jada. “Will knows what it is, I know what it is, my kids know what it is, and, more importantly, Great Supreme does too.
That’s really all I’m concerned with at the end of the day.” When asked if Jada keeps track of people who speak negatively of her, she said no, explaining, “I let it go. Because let me tell you — I’ve been there.
I’m not gonna sit up here and act like I haven’t. I’ve been there, thinking I know based on headlines. … I have no judgment because I’ve been there.”