Sunday, November 28, 2021

Body Language Expert Says Will and Jada Pinkett Smith Not ‘Honest’ About August Alsina ‘Entanglement’

Will & Jada Pinkett Smith

*Body language expert Traci Brown analyzed Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith’s “Red Table Talk” conversation, and believes they were holding back about the “entanglement” with August Alsina.

Pinkett Smith, 48, admitted during the episode to having relations with Alsina four years ago while separated from Smith.

“We see that they were holding back, just a little bit, kind of towards the latter part, because both of them at different times would roll their lips back over their teeth, and that’s just saying that they are not saying everything,” Brown told Page Six on Monday.

She also noted that lack of honesty happening during their conversation.

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“[Jada] puts her hands over her heart several times, which says she’s been feeling it, about this situation, and also when she does it, it’s about gratitude and love and when they get in to talk about unconditional love for each other I think they are really congruent about it,” Brown said. “I didn’t see any deception going on.”

 The couple have long been shrouded in tales about their open marriage, and that both have had plenty of “entanglements” with other people. 

“We can see that under the table, [Will] extends his foot towards [Jada] when they’re talking about unconditional love, and the feet are the most telling part of our bodies because we have the least control over them and so our feet will move towards what we want,” Brown said.

“His feet move towards her. And so, we see that, I think it’s genuine. I think that they are in the place that they say they are in and they’ve been through a lot of problems to get there and I think they really are in the good side of things,” she continued. 

Brown, author of “How to Detect Lies, Fraud and Identity Theft,” does not see divorce in the couple’s future anytime soon. 

“I think what they have is very evolved … They’ve grown and evolved and I think they are at this really mature place,” Brown said. “Now, does that mean that there’s never going to be a bump in the road? No, but I think the chances of them knowing how to handle what comes next are pretty high.”

She added, “I really saw a lot of evolution in them, and love and genuine care for each other, in their conversations, even though they had different energy levels about it.”

Ny MaGee
Ny MaGee is a screenwriter and freelance reporter from Chicago -- currently living in Los Angeles and covering A-list entertainment for various outlets, including Emmys.com. She has worked for: Miramax, MTV & VH1, The Jim Henson Company, Hallmark Channel, Paramount Pictures, and for iconic indie film producer Roger Corman.

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