Sorry fellas, Will Smith is not divorcing his wife, actress Jada Pinkett Smith -- despite all the rumors of a split. "We are family," she tells West Coast radio show Sway's Universe.
Will and Jada have been plagued by breakup rumors throughout their 20-year marriage, but Jada insists they will always be family -- and she'll never move out or move on with another man or woman.
Rumor had it that Will, 49, and Jada, 46, were swingers who often entertained couples in their bedroom. Then there's that persistent rumor about Will and his bestie, actor Duane Martin, that just won't go away.
"Here is the thing about Will and I, we are family, that is never going down," the actress tells Sway. "It's just not."
"Take out all that whole marriage, relationship crap, at the end of the day Will and I are family. I am going to hold him down, doesn't matter. All that relationship and what people think of ideas of a husband, partner and all that, man whatever. At the end of the day, that is a man that can rely on me for the rest of his life, period."
Jada and Will wed in 1997, following the actor's divorce from Sheree Zampino, the mother of his 25-year-old son Trey Smith.
Sheree was a recent guest on Jada's popular Facebook web series, Red Table Talk, where Jada discussed her adulterous behavior that broke up Will and Sheree's marriage.
The red table is symbolic for women who are branded with the scarlet letter for committing adultery.
"I feel as though Trey needs to feel that dynamic between his two parents," Jada said. "That's very important that he can feel that connection and feel where they do meet. So he can feel that parental connection. I think that's important."
Meanwhile, Will and Jada will open up about their "unique" relationship on new episodes of Red Table Talk. Facebook has ordered 13 more episodes.
"He's coming to the red table for sure!" she told talk show host Megyn Kelly.
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