Will Smith has posted the following message on his Facebook page;
"Under normal circumstances, I don't usually respond to foolishness. (Because it's contagious) But, so many people have extended me their "deepest condolences" that I figured - "What the hell... I can be foolish, too!"
So, in the interest of redundant, repetitious, over & over-again-ness... Jada and I are...
NOT GETTING A DIVORCE!!!!!!!!!!!!! : -)
I promise you all - if I ever decide to divorce my Queen - I SWEAR I'll tell you myself!
#Dumb People Should Have to Wear Scarlet D's"
I guess that's one up for the Gossipcop.com team!
The A-list couple is said to have already worked out a confidential settlement in respect of their $240 million fortune and have spoken to their children, Jaden, 17 and Willow, 14 to prepare them for what's to come.
An inside source reveals;
"For Will and Jada, holding it together these past few years has been tough because their marriage has been on life support for a long time.
They’re exhausted from trying to maintain the façade of a happy union. They’ve decided to pull the plug in a carefully choreographed manner, [and] agree announcing their split at the end of the summer is the right move.”
There was a hint that all was not well earlier in the year when Pinkett Smith, 46 admitted that their marriage had 'died' during an interview. She told Howard Stern;
"I'm not his watcher. He's a grown man...as long as Will can look himself in the mirror and be okay."
The Smiths have long been rumored to have an open marriage, but the gossip has changed in recent years to full blown affair speculation—him with Margot Robbie, his Suicide Squad co-star, and her in 2011 with Hawthorne co-star Marc Anthony.
However, another inside source told Gossipcop.com that the reports of a divorce are not true and that that marriage is very much intact!
Looks like it's a battle of the 'inside sources'—keep coming back to Popdust to find out the latest!
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