Will Smith told Jada Pinkett Smith off for swearing

Will Smith told Jada Pinkett Smith off for swearing

Will Smith had to give a stern talking to his wife Jada Pinkett Smith after she swore around his son Trey.
The 50-year-old actor has Trey, now 25, with his former wife Sheree Zampino, and has said that during the start of his marriage to Jada, he was forced to tell her off after she cursed at him whilst he was holding his then-baby son, because he didn’t want to create a home with "profanity and violence".
Will – who has 20-year-old son Jaden and 17-year-old daughter Willow with Jada – said: "I grew up in a household where I watched my father punch my mother in the face. I will not create a house, a space, an interaction with a person where there’s profanity and violence. If you have to talk to me like that, we can’t be together. We’re not gonna use any profanity in our interactions. We’re not gonna raise our voice. We’re not gonna be violent. I can’t do it. … It was 20 years before we used any profanity in any conversion we’ve had."
Now though, the family unit is stronger than ever, and Will praised himself and his wife for "parenting the hell" out of their brood.
Speaking during an episode of Jada’s Facebook Watch show ‘Red Table Talk’, he said: "Together we win. We rule the material world. ‘Karate Kid’. ‘Whip My Hair.’ ‘Hawthorne’.Nobel Peace Prize. Our family did that within a six-month period … I was like, ‘I’m parenting the hell out of these kids! We’re killing it.’ Externally, our family was winning."
His comments come after a preview clip for the episode revealed Will felt as though he was "failing miserably" when Jada was left in tears for 45 days straight during a rough patch of their marriage.
Will said: "There was a period where mommy woke up and cried 45 days straight, I started keeping track."
Jada jokingly replied that he "missed some days," and Will continued: "Every morning, I think that’s the worst I’ve ever felt in our marriage. I was failing miserably."