Tupac And Will Smith’s Children Were Dragged In The Jada Pinkett-Smith And August Alsina Entanglement In Now-Deleted Video

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Some critics are determined to keep the wild entanglement story about Will Smith giving his wife, Jada Pinkett-Smith, permission to have an affair with singer August Alsina heating up the media.

One very famous troll has decided to drag famous late rapper Tupac Shakur into the drama with a very bizarre video.

Power actor and retired New York MC 50 Cent has opted to ridicule Will once more by sharing a video that is a voiceover of a very iconic scene from Fresh Prince Of Belair between Smith and Uncle Phil played by late actor James Avery.

In the clip, the voiceover says: “This ain’t five years ago, you know? Ain’t like I’m a be sitting up every night asking my wife, ‘when’s August comin’ home?’ Who needs them. I don’t need her then, and I don’t need her now. You know what, Uncle Phil. I’m gonna do Bad Boys 4 without her.”

It then mentionned Tupac and Will and Jada’s two children — Willow and Jaden.

The voiceover went on to say: “I’m gonna do I Am Legendary without her. I ‘m a do a CD. I ‘m a do a whole bunch of songs. It’ll be the best CD there ever was… All she gonna do is throw Tupac in my face in front of my kids!”

50 Cent, who was forced to delete the video, went as far as offering to hire the video editor who did the voice-over video.

Will was laughed at by the Instagrammer: “When your girl finally do what you’re doing, that hurt hits different 😭I knew their marriage was too good to be true.”

This backer shared this positive message: “That’s the Fresh F*cking Prince. He’s gone be fine.” A fan of the hit 90s show claimed: “He doesn’t even have uncle Phil no more. 🤬”

In a recent interview with The Breakfast Club’s Charlamagne Tha God, Will was asked about Tupac’s relationship with Jada.

When he was asked about being jealous, he said: “F–k yeah, and that was in the early days. That was a big regret for me too because I could never open up to interact with ‘Pac. We had a little bit of a thing because they grew up together and they loved each other but they never had a sexual relationship.”

The actor added: “‘Pac had a little thing on that, but she just loved him. He was the image of perfection, but she was with the Fresh Prince. That was a huge regret of mine, and I couldn’t handle it. I was the soft rapper from Philly, and he was ‘Pac. I was deeply insecure and wasn’t man enough to handle that relationship.”

Will and Jada are slowly opening up about heir marriage.

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