Jada Pinkett Smith’s Latest ‘Red Table Talk’ Episode Breaks Facebook Record

The latest episode addressed the rumors that the actress dated singer-songwriter August Alsina.

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The latest episode of Jada Pinkett-Smith’s widely popular Facebook Watch original show Red Table Talk has hit an all-time high record for the most views in 24 hours with more than 15 million views for a single Facebook Watch original episode. 

Although the numbers have not been made official, the controversial episode has shattered its previous record Facebook Watch of 7.6 million views during another Red Table Talk episode with Jordyn Woods addressing the Tristian Thompson cheating rumors, according to People

The recent episode that aired on July 10 featured Jada and her husband Will Smith addressing the rumors that the actress had a relationship with singer-songwriter August Alsina who first exposed their relationship during an interview with Angela Yee.

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Confirming the relationship that she labeled as an “entanglement” Jada Pinkett Smith said that Alsina and her got together when she and her husband separated. 

Having now reconciled their marriage and gotten back together, the Smith’s said that moving into the new chapter of their life was hard for Alsina to accept. 

"As I came through and started to realize certain things about you and I, he decided to break all communication with me, which was totally understandable," Pinkett Smith said. "And I let that be and hadn’t talked to him since."

Clearing up why the rumors that Alsina had received permission for the affair from Smith's blessing, Jada Pinkett Smith had to say this: "What August was probably trying to communicate, because I could actually see how he would perceive it as permission because we were separated amicably. I think he also wanted to make it clear that he’s not a homewrecker, which he’s not."  

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