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Janelle Monáe came out as nonbinary during the season premiere of Jada Pinkett Smith's "Red Table Talk" web series on Facebook Watch.

Janelle, 36, previously came out as pansexual - a catchall phase for people who are sexually fluid and attracted to everyone.

Then, in 2020 Janelle flipped the script again and identified as nonbinary - another catchall term that is loosely defined as a person who does not identify as male, female, heterosexual, homosexual, or bisexual.

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On Wednesday, Janelle told Jada, her daughter Willow Smith and mom Adrienne Banfield Norris that she decided to come to terms with being nonbinary.

"I'm nonbinary, so I just don't see myself as a woman," she explained.

"I feel all of my energy. I feel like God is so much bigger than the 'he' or the 'she.' And if I am from God, I am everything. I am everything. But I will always, always stand with women. I will always stand with Black women. But I just see everything that I am. Beyond the binary. I feel like that opens you up to fall in love ... with any beautiful spirit."

Janelle, 36, coped with homosexual rumors by choosing not to come out as either lesbian or bisexual because of the impact that revelation might have on her deeply religious family.

"Somebody said, 'If you don't work out the things that you need to work out first before you share with the world, then you'll be working it out with the world.' That's what I didn't want to do," she said.

"So I thought I needed to have all my answers correct, I don't want to say the wrong thing. And also I hadn't had the necessary conversations with my family. I wasn't ready to have my family question my personal life or get calls from people who still look at me as Little Pumpkin — that's what they call me back home.

"My whole family is church, church, church and I'm just like, 'Well what does it meant to go against your whole family on this thing?' But I was ready. I needed to have those conversations. I didn't want to work that out with the world."

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Janelle, who briefly dated actress Lupita Nyong'o, said it "took me some time" to have the nonbinary conversation with her mother and father.

"I needed to talk to my dad who was just great. My sister knew already because I've been in monogamous relationships, I've been in polyamorous relationships. But I knew that I couldn't be Little Pumpkin. I couldn't be little Janelle."

 

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Jada Pinkett Smith appears in a new trailer for her "Red Table Talk" web series as her husband Will Smith's career lays in ruins.

Facebook Watch released the new trailer on Tuesday for the season 5 premiere featuring actress Kim Basinger and bisexual singer/actress Janelle Monáe..

Monáe opens up about coming out in her thirties. She explains how she overcame her daddy issues amid "fears of abandonment and healed from the traumatizing effects of her father's drug addiction."

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The episode will also feature a special appearance by Monáe's "feisty and fierce-loving mom" Janet Hawthorne.

Monae identifies as pansexual, queer, non-binary and bisexual. She has dated both men and women, including a brief romance with actress Lupita Nyong'o.

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Pinkett Smith's mother Adrienne Banfield Norris and children, Jaden and Willow, will also return for season 5 on April 20 at 9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET.

Will Smith is notably missing from the season premiere.

Smith's stellar career was canceled after he slapped Oscars presenter Chris Rock when the 57-year-old comedian joked about Pinkett Smith's hair loss.

Smith, 53, has been banned from attending any Oscars events for the next 10 years. Additionally, all of his upcoming projects have been canceled and no one in Hollywood will work with him.

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50 Cent was dragged on social media for questioning why Jada Pinkett Smith discusses her marital problems in public.

Fiddy's followers reminded him that he frequently disparaged his eldest son on social media.

The television mogul shared a recent headline in which Jada, 50, said she didn't have sex with husband Will Smith.

Fiddy caption the post:

"Why she keep doing shit like this? it makes the relationship appear weak. first entanglement now this, come on!"

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50 Cent was referring to the scandalous affair that 50-year-old Jada had with troubled musician August Alaina, 29, in 2018.

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In a trailer for a recent episode of Red Table Talk, Jada alluded to trouble in paradise.

The mom-of-two confessed she feels "uncomfortable" even talking about sex with the A-list actor.

"It's uncomfortable, but it's deeply healthy and I think around sex, because it's something that we don't talk about and there's so much fantasy around it."

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However, in a tweet on Wednesday, Jada denied having a frigid sex life with her husband.

"Only because I got time today. Stop making up headlines. Watch the @RedTableTalk I did with @GwynethPaltrow for yourselves. Will and I have NEVER had an issue in the bedroom. Thank you."

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Jada Pinkett Smith admits her life sex with husband, Will Smith, is dull and nearly non-existent.

The 50-year-old actress confessed she feels "uncomfortable" even talking about sex with the A-list actor.

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Jada opened up about their lack of communication in a recent Red Table Talk episode with guest Gwyneth Paltrow. Jada said:

"The thing Will and I talk about a lot is the journey. We started in this at a very young age, you know, 22 years old.

"That's why the accountability part really hit for me because I think you expect your partner to know (what you need), especially when it comes to sex.

"It's like, 'Well, if you love me, you should know. If you love me, you should read my mind.' That's a huge pitfall."

Gwyneth, 49, sympathized with Jada: "Isn't it weird, though? It's like someone doesn't read your mind and we feel crushed."

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Jada, who married Will in 1997 and shares two children with him, added that she "really tries" to communicate with Will about their sex life.

"It's uncomfortable, but it's deeply healthy and I think around sex, because it's something that we don't talk about and there's so much fantasy around it."

Also during the episode on Facebook Live, Jada and Gwyneth talked about female orgasms and used a vulva puppet to talk about the female anatomy.

Last month Will opened up that he and Jada have an open marriage and that they no longer practice monogamy.

He said divorce is not an option because neither of them wants to transition into old age without a companion they can depend on.

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Willow Smith revealed a cyberstalker broke into her home while she was away on holiday with her family.

In a PEOPLE exclusive clip of this week's "Red Table Talk" episode, Willow spoke to her mother Jada Pinkett Smith and her grandmother Adrienne Banfield Norris about being cyberstalked by a man she didn't know.

Willow shared that she was granted a temporary restraining order against her stalker earlier this year.

A judge ordered the man to stay 100 yards away from Willow.

"Cyberstalking is a little bit more insidious and scary," the 20-year-old says in the video clip.

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"This guy was doing that to me. And he was actually doing that to me for a couple of years, actually.

"He basically got my patterns. During December when we were gone for a family vacation, he actually came to my house and broke in while we were away. Crazy, crazy times."

The man reportedly hopped a fence and camped out behind her house.

Willow was asked by her grandmother, Banfield Norris, how it felt for her to go back inside her home.

"Besides, just feeling violated, were you fearful?" she asked.

Jada went into mother bear mode and "Shored everything up" to protect her child.

"We shored it up. We got you loaded and protected," Jada said, apparently referring to a firearm she gave her daughter.

Jada added she threw out everything the man may have touched or tampered with.

"Once [the police] got all the evidence that they needed from inside, we had to take all the stuff out of the refrigerator because we were afraid maybe he put something in the drinks or in her food to knock her out.

"We had to go through everything. Toothpaste, everything. Everything in the house had to go."

Jada added that they even checked the vents in her home, because they weren't sure whether the man "put cameras up" to spy on her.

"We had to really strip the whole house down. We shored her up, strongly."

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Like mother, like daughter. Jada Pinkett Smith and her 20-year-old daughter Willow Smith considered undergoing Brazilian butt lift (BBL) surgeries.

In a teaser for Wednesday's episode of Red Table Talk on Facebook, Jada, Willow, and Jada's mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris discuss peer pressure to follow risky trends.

Jada, 50, said she once considered following the popular Brazilian butt lift trend after checking out her butt in the mirror.

"I'm glad we're here talking about this today, the BBLs, because I was considering getting one," she said.

"Me too!" said Willow. "I considered getting the tiniest little bit, but then I just got into the gym and got it anyway."

Jada added:

"I told her. I said, 'You want a butt? One thing your mother know how to do is build a butt.' And you built it to the point that people thought you got surgery."

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Banfield-Norris, left, touched on the peer pressure that causes young women to risk their lives for inflated butts.

"I just feel like there's always so much more pressure on women to look a certain way," she said.

"You know it's all about youth, so for somebody like me, the struggle has been extremely real. Like I've had botox, then you get to the point where how much you're gonna do, but then it almost becomes addictive."

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Paris Jackson is "still figuring out" how to talk to her famous family about her sexuality.

The daughter of the late pop icon Michael Jackson was interviewed by her close friend Willow Smith in Willow's very first one-on-one interview on the Red Couch on Facebook's Red Table Talk.

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Paris, whose godmother is R&B icon Diana Ross, talked about her struggles addressing her sexual preferences with her relatives, many of whom are Jehovah's Witnesses.

"Some of my family I talk to about it openly, some of my family I don't," Paris said.

"I've reached a point right now where I have love and respect for my family, their beliefs, their culture, their religion and if I'm to expect them to set that aside just so I can feel accepted, expectations lead to resentments for me.

"I'm still kind of figuring it out. My family is very religious and a lot of homosexuality is very taboo, so they don't like to talk about it, it's not really accepted. As long as I'm living a life of love and being of service and honesty and I'm not hurting other people, I think I'll be alright."

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Paris, who came out as bisexual in 2019, has said in previous interviews that she considers herself to be homosexual, although she has dated more men than women.

Paris, 23, was conceived via IVF and delivered by Michael's first wife, Debbie Rowe. Paris' biological father is unknown. She has a close relationship with Rowe, 62.

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Rowe signed over custody of Paris and her brother, Michael Jackson Jr., aka Prince, 24, to Michael after their divorce in 1999. The siblings have a non-blood brother, Prince Michael Jackson II, aka Bigi, 19.

An intravenous drug addict by age 14, Paris spent time in a drug rehab facility and attempted suicide several times.
 

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Bobby Brown blames Nick Gordon, who he helped raise, for the deaths of his former wife Whitney Houston and daughter Bobbi Kristina.

Brown made the revelation during an episode of Facebook series "Red Table Talk" with host Jada Pinkett Smith and her co-hosts, daughter Willow Smith and mom Adrienne Banfield-Norris.

Brown said he believed foul play was involved in Bobbi Kristina's death in 2015.

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When asked if Nick provided Bobbi Kristina with drugs, Brown replied, "Definitely." He also blamed Nick for Whitney's death in 2012.

"He was the only one there with both situations with my ex-wife and with my daughter and they both died the same way."

"Yeah I think... this is my opinion of who I think this young man was. Being around my daughter and being around my ex-wife, I think he was more so of a provider of 'party favors.'"

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Brown opened up about the effects drugs had on him and his family.

He partially blames himself for exposing Bobby Jr. to his own drug use following the 28 year old's overdose death last year.

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The coroner's office ruled Bobby Jr. died after accidentally ingesting a deadly cocktail of drugs and alcohol on November 18. But the singer insists his son wasn't a drug addict.

"He wasn't a user. He would experiment with different things. It wasn't like he was dependent on drugs like when I was in my situation," the "My Prerogative" singer said.

Addressing his own history of substance abuse, he said, "I depended (on drugs), I needed it. He was a young man who tried the wrong stuff and it took him out of here."

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Brown regrets not confronting Nick about providing drugs to Whitney and Bobbi Kristina.

"Did you ever have a chance to confront that young man?" Jada asked.

"No, no I didn't," said Brown. "In fact, before his death, I was in rehab at the time when he passed [in January 2020]. I had planned on once I left rehab to approach the young man just to find out how my daughter was in the last days, but, no, I never got a chance to find out from him or talk to him."

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Actress Jada Pinkett Smith is just like you. The mom-of-two is not willing to loan money to broke family members because "I'm not trying to have fallouts over money."

In other words, Jada will give loved ones her pocket change, but if a family member needs a loan for a new car or a new house, they are out of luck.

The Girls Trip star has set strict rules for herself when it comes to sharing her wealth, because she doesn't want relationships to be ruined over someone's failure to repay a loan.

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Jada explained her stance on the latest episode of her Facebook Watch show Red Table Talk, as she helped a wealthy viewer named Samantha to navigate the "awkward" situation of feeling obliged to lend cash to relatives.

"For people like us, who came from backgrounds where we didn't have much, don't feel guilty," Jada advised. "I spent so many years feeling guilty and my guilt made me feel like I owed everybody and I wasn't allowed to say, 'No.' And that's just not true, right?"

Will Smith's wife continued, "First of all, I don't lend money. I only give money that I am willing to give like, 'This is a gift.'

"I do not lend money because that turns into a lot of problems, just as far of the expectation of people paying you back or what have you. So I tend to not give where I can't just say, 'Here's a gift to you.' Specifically people who are close to me, 'cause I'm not trying to have fallouts over money."

Jada says she will only come to someone's financial assistance if they are truly ready for the help.

"So it's like, somebody's like, 'I want a new house,' but they don't have a job to support the house they're trying to buy. It's like, 'Well, you're not ready for that.' So I'm not about to help you get into something that ultimately is going to make more difficulty for you, right? And so, I really had to look at that. So I've also learned to help people with resources, with education."

Concluding her money advice to Samantha, Jada added, "Don't feel guilty just because we got our grind on. You don't owe nobody nothing."

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Cuban-American singer-songwriter Gloria Estefan is bringing her personal family drama to the Red Table by launching her own "Red Table Talk" series.

Gloria's new web series, titled "Red Table Talk: The Estefans," is a spin-off from Jada Pinkett Smith's popular Facebook Watch web series, which Gloria will co-host with her daughter, singer Emily Estefan and her niece Lili.

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Gloria, 63, wants to break taboos in the Latin community by tackling Emily's coming out story in an upcoming Red Table episode.

"Emily came out three years ago," Gloria told The Talk on Tuesday, "and no one knows because we really never had the reason or opportunity to talk about how we dealt with it as a family."

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Emily is pictured with her parents Gloria and Emilio Estefan at The Cutting Room on February 8, 2017 in New York City.

Gloria continued: "It was important for [Emily] to talk about it (on 'Red Table') and it was important for us to put it on the table. We share so much of our personal lives and private lives through (social media) that we wanted to use it in a good way, a healing way."

The "Turn The Beat Around" singer notes the LGBT discussion "got a little heated here and there" and her niece even had to be "kind of the referee".

"It's important, because some people are going through these types of things. We hope to at least get it out there and speak about it, especially in the Latin community. So many things are taboo - like everything is taboo. My mother never even kissed my father 'til they were married by the church."

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Emily, pictured with her famous parents in 2010, is a talented singer-songwriter who plays multiple musical instruments. She revealed her LGBT lifestyle in interviews last year and has performed at the 2019 Miami Beach Pride, Essence, SXSW, and GroundUp Music Festivals. The 25-year-old graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in 2016.

Red Table Talk: The Estefans premieres on Wednesday. Watch the sneak peek trailer below.
 

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Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith finally brought themselves to the Red Table to discuss the August Alsina allegations that she had a torrid love affair with August for years.

In an interview with NY radio personality Angela Yee, August said Will Smith gave him his "blessing" to pursue the lonely actress.

Jada admitted in so many words that the affair happened -- during a break in her marriage to Will -- but she never needed her husband's blessing to get her back blown out by a young stud.

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"I felt like it was really important to come to the table and clear the air," Jada said on her popular Facebook Watch show. Added Smith, "We were purposely not saying anything... We specifically never said anything. So coming to the table was like, we just felt like it got to the point where you gotta say something."

Will took his wife's usual position at the table and interviewed her about the events that rocked social media.

The couple stated they "befriended" August, who had addictions to drugs and "just needed some help" with his mental health issues.

Eventually, Jada and Will went through a rough patch. "We broke up," as Will put it.

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"We decided that we were going to separate for a period of time and you go figure out how to make yourself happy and I'll figure out how to make myself happy," Will said.

It was during that time that Jada and August grew closer -- if you hear August tell it.

Jada explains that she "got into a different kind of entanglement with August."

She said she wanted to make one thing clear: Her husband never gave her permission to pursue the young stud in a relationship, because it was not his to give.

"The only person that can give permission in that particular circumstance is myself," she said. "But what August was probably trying to communicate - because I could actually see how he would perceive it as permission, because we were separated amicably. And I think he also wanted to make it clear that he's not a home-wrecker. Which he's not."

Jada admitted she was a broken woman after her husband left her.

"I was very broken. Now in the process of that relationship, I definitely realized that you can't find happiness outside of yourself. And luckily enough, you and I were also going through a process of healing in a much different manner," she told Will.

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Jada admitted the relationship - or an "entanglement" as she calls it - with August made her feel younger and scratched an itch she had for years.

"I just wanted to feel good. It had been soooo long since I felt good. And it was really a joy to just help heal somebody. I think that has a lot to do with my codependency. Which is another thing that I had to learn to break in this cycle... There's something about that childhood trauma that feels as though it can be fixed through fixing people. Versus fixing me."

During their conversation, Will and Jada laughed about the experience. "I think it could be weird for people that we're laughing and talking about it," Will said, "But --"

"It happened so long ago," Jada explained.

"And our experiences of working through it, fighting through it, talking through it, and therapizing through it," Will said.

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At another point, Smith joked, "I'ma get you back [for the relationship]."

"You gon' get me back? I think you got me back," Jada laughed. "I think we're good on that, okay?"

To which her husband replied, "Okay, that's probably true."
 

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Jada Pinkett Smith teased a revealing new episode of her Red Table Talk online series after denying allegations of an extramarital affair with singer August Alsina.

The Girls Trip star hit headlines this week after the 27-year-old singer claimed he was involved in a secret years-long romance with the mother-of-two.

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He confessed that Jada's husband, Will Smith, gave him his blessings to pursue his lonely wife.

In a heart wrenching interview with NY radio personality Angela Yee, August said, "I actually sat down with Will and had a conversation. Due to the transformation from their marriage to life partnership that they spoke on several times, and not involving romanticism, he gave me his blessing."

August described the devastation he felt after Jada allegedly used him for her sexual needs then abruptly cut him off.

"I totally gave myself to that relationship for years of my life. I truly and really, really deeply loved, and have a ton of love for her. I devoted myself to it, I gave my full self to it. So much so to the point that I can die right now and be OK with knowing that I truly gave myself to somebody. I really loved the person that I experienced that (with) and know what (that feels) like - if some people never get that in this lifetime."

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But the actress' spokesperson insisted the accusations were "absolutely not true", and on Thursday, Jada took to social media to announce she would be discussing the rumors on her Facebook Watch series.

"There's some healing that needs to happen... so I'm bringing myself to The Red Table," she tweeted.

Jada didn't directly mention the tumultuous affair with August, but her Twitter followers were quick to pounce on the news as they awaited further details.

"Date and time honey bc (because) we will alllllllll be attending (sic)!!!" replied one fan, while another commented, "it was only a matter of time".

Jada has been married to Will since 1997 and they share daughter Willow, 19, and 21-year-old son Jaden, who is said to have introduced his mother to Alsina in 2015.

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Tip "T.I." Harris says he was joking about comments he made regarding his daughter Deyjah's annual virginity check-up. The 39-year-old father of seven appeared on Jada Pinkett Smith's Red Table Talk FACEBOOK web series in an episode that aired on Monday, Nov. 25.

T.I. admits the remarks he made during a recent podcast chat were said in a "very joking manner", but he is determined to protect his daughter from sticky-fingered boys in heat.

"I think that in the age or the time when our women - black women - are the most unprotected, unattended, disregarded women on the planet, I'm being criticized because I'm willing to go above and beyond to protect mine," he said in the chat, which premiered on Monday.

"Anything that is the most important thing to me in my life, I am going to deal with that with very extreme care," he continued. "And I don't understand how that is looked at as being so wrong."

The musician, real name Clifford Harris, was heavily criticized for making the controversial comments to singer Miguel's wife, Nazanin Mandi, during her Ladies Like Us podcast.

After confirming that he had the "sex talk" with his teenage daughter, he went on to joke about going to her gynecologist's visits to make sure her hymen was intact.

"Deyjah's 18, just graduated high school now, and yes, not only have we had the conversation (about sex), we have yearly trips to the gynecologist to check her hymen," he said during the since-deleted podcast. "I will say, as of her 18th birthday, her hymen is still intact."

T.I. told Jada he regrets sharing personal details about Deyjah publicly. He admitted Deyjah was disturbed by his comments.

"She did have a problem with me talking about it," said T.I., "and I understand that, and I am incredibly apologetic to her for that. She understands my intentions and she knows who I am, who I've always been."

A family friend who begged for anonymity told Sandrarose.com that he hoped the rapper would admit he was "exaggerating" about the gynecologist visits. The friend said T.I. took a lot of heat for a joke that was considered in poor taste. "He should just come clean and admit he was kidding," said the friend.

FYI: Gynecologists do not perform hymen checks or Pap smears on children. A doctor would not perform a "virginity check" or "hymen check" on girl children unless there was a medical reason for the exam.
 

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Jada Pinkett Smith is often asked about her close relationship with Tupac Shakur, who died from injuries he sustained in a drive-by shooting in 1996 at age 25.

The 48-year-old mother of two opened up about Tupac during a discussion on her Red Table Talk web series with guest Robyn Crawford, a lesbian who wrote a book about her relationship with the late Whitney Houston.

Both Jada and Robyn have been accused of embellishing their relationships with the dead superstars.

During the chat Jada explained that she understood Whitney and Robyn's close bond because of the friendship she shared with the rapper before his death.

"I understood because of the complex relationship I've had with 'Pac and those moments of "Who's that?" Knowing damn well there ain't nothing like that between us."

Jada said Tupac confided his fears that he would "go off the rails" if they were no longer friends because she gave him "stability".

"Him feeling like, 'You're the only stability I got, I can't afford for you to put that attention elsewhere'," Jada explained. "For him, it was, we were an anchor for each other. Anytime he felt like that anchor was threatened, oh my God."

"When you said (the book is) a love letter to Whitney, that resonated as so powerful," she told Robyn, 55. "It was so healing for me in so many different ways," Jada said of Robyn's new memoir, A Song for You: My Life with Whitney Houston.

"It's hard to live with someone who has had a legacy at the level she has had and then to lose them under tragic circumstances. I have a very similar situation," she continued.

The Girls Trip actress and the bad boy rapper both studied at the Baltimore School of the Arts before finding fame in their respective fields.
 

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Jada Pinkett Smith is an expert of sorts when it comes to spotting narcissists. It's so much easier to pick a narcissist out of the crowd when you've been in intimate relationships with them.

According to PEOPLE, the 48-year-old Real Table Talk show host sat down with her co-hosts — daughter Willow, 18, and mom Adrienne, 66 — and a guest, clinical psychologist Dr. Ramani Durvasula, to discuss the negative impact narcissists can have on people's lives.

"In this industry, you come across all kinds of narcissists," Jada said on Monday's episode of her popular Facebook Watch show Red Table Talk.

She told Dr. Durvasula she was hurt and devastated "big time" by a narcissist.

"Definitely. Big time. Big time. Devastated," Jada said. "Because you bring people into your inner sanctum. They make you believe that they're one thing, and then something happens, and you realize that they are something completely and utterly different. It can be very painful and dangerous."

A new study shows that narcissists are happiest when they are making other people's lives miserable.

The study shows that narcissists who have an inflated sense of self-importance and disregard for others, are less likely to be depressed and stressed out than normal people.

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Dr. Durvasula says certain personalities are drawn to narcissists despite being hurt by them in the past.

"People pleasers are very vulnerable to narcissism," she said. "They fall for it because they want to fix... they run around in circles, and they keep giving that narcissist all the supply the narcissist wants."

"Oh, God. Yeah," Willow agreed. "Low key, I might have a little bit of that."

"A lot of people do," said Durvasula. "A lot of people - again, especially women - grow up believing they have to do to earn love."

Jada, admitted she may be co-dependent on narcissists for her emotional well-being. "I need to start seeing her for my co-dependencies!" she said, referring to Dr. Durvasula.

Watch the Red Table Talk trailer below.