"You know what? I could do a throuple," Jada said. "I could. I could probably be romantically engaged with somebody else, but I can only have sex with one person."
Jada Pinkett Smith is her own woman. From the start of her acting career to marriage and motherhood, she’s never let anyone else define who she is and what she can do, enabling her to pursue acting, producing, music, philanthropy and raising a family all on her own terms. As she puts it, “It’s just a matter of really having the courage to create the life that’s specific to you and no one else.” You can’t tell me what being a woman means for me and what that looks like. You’re not allowed to tell me what my motherhood should look like. ...
The "Girls Trip" actress left the red carpet to deliver a joint speech onstage with Michelle Obama, Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys and Jennifer Lopez.
Jada Pinkett Smith's Red Table Talk has taken the internet by storm — and now it's commanding the 2019 MAKERS conference.