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I don’t have strength to satisfy Jada’s sexual desires: Will Smith

Will said he and Jada once “drank every day, and had sex multiple times every day, for four straight months.”

• November 11, 2021
Will Smith and Jada Smith
Will Smith and Jada Smith

American actor Will Smith says he can’t fulfil his wife, Jada Pinkett’s sexual desires.

In a recent interview with Oprah Winfrey, the renowned actor said he could “die trying” if he attempts to keep up with Mrs Pinkett’s sex drive.

He talked about how exciting their sex life used to be at the beginning of their relationship and how he is unable to keep up with the initial drive.

Speaking with Ms Winfrey, Will said he and Jada “drank every day, and had sex multiple times every day, for four straight months.”

The actor said he started to wonder if the back-to-back sex was a competition.

“As far as I was concerned, there were only two possibilities. I was going to satisfy this woman sexually, or I was going to die trying,” Will said.

He commended their “spectacular” relationship over the years, and how they communicate a lot. “To this day, if we start talking, it’s four hours. It’s four hours if we exchange a sentence.

“And it’s like, it’s the center of why we’ve been able to sustain and why we’re still together, not choking the life out of each other. It’s like the ability to work through issues.

“I’ve just never met another person that I connect with in conversations that are blissful and productively than Jada,” Will said.

Recently, Jada came out to publicly confess she had an affair with American singer August Alsina, and the couple has been very expressive about their marital journey since then.

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