There will be no need to read between the lines of Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith‘S relationship again. Jada, 51, will publish her untitled memoir with Dey Street Books, a William MorrowGroup publication at HarperCollins Publishers, in the fall of 2023, according to a press release obtained by EVERYONE. In the announcement, Jada will talk about her journey, and the focus of this powerful book, “[there] are two unexpected love stories, one by Jada complicated marriage with Will Smith, the other being the one living with herself. “
Jada “documents the lessons learned in the course of a difficult but fascinating journey” in her memoirs, each EVERYONE. This is “a roller coaster ride from the depths of suicidal depression to personal heights rediscover and a celebration of true feminism. With nothing out of the way, Jada reveals her unusual upbringing in Baltimore – from the child of two addicts to becoming a promising theater student and a violent man as a drug dealer minor – followed by a parallel rise of a star. with her best friend [Tupac Shakur]then fall in love and get married [Will Smith, 54]and a happy embrace of motherly love. “
“The world has imposed many labels and stories on Jada Pinkett Smith,” says Carrie Thornton, Dey Street Books vice president and editorial director, who brokered the book deal with Creative Artists Agency (CAA), in the announcement. “The world has imposed many labels and stories on Jada Pinkett Smith. This depends on the realities of our media landscape, but also the role of women culturally. ” Thornton added that Jada is a woman surrounded by “speculation and false stories“And This Memoir Is Jada” tells the world her truth, taking readers on a journey from a lost girl to a warrior woman. “
The past few months have been quite remarkable for Jada’s family. Will is famously slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars after the comedian spoke about Jada’s hair loss. In June, Jada talked about above incident The conversation on the red table. “My deepest hope is that these two intelligent, capable men have a chance to heal, talk and reconcile. In the state of the world today, we need both. And we all really need each other more than ever. “
Amid reports that Will and Jada were being treated to get through the situation, Jada said she was standing by her husband as they navigated a world after the slap. “Until then, Will and I are continuing to do what we have been doing for the past 28 years, and that continues to find what is called living together,” she said.