top of page
Search
  • Writer's pictureVolume 82 Magazine

Will Smith's Ex-Employee Outs Him as Gay in Recent Interview: Jada Says, "We Suin'!"


Will Smith. Photo/Instagram (@badboys)

Will Smith's former employee, who goes by "Brother Bilaal," alleged during a recent interview with blogger Tasha K that Will Smith is gay. He told Tasha that he walked in on the Bad Boys star and actor Duane Martin having sex on a Hollywood set. Duane co-starred on Will and Jada's former show, "All of Us" with LisaRaye McCoy. The Smiths, Duane, and his ex-wife, Tisha Campbell Martin, have reportedly been great friends for years. Jada was reportedly in Duane and Tisha's wedding. According to The Sun, Smith's spokesperson called the allegations "completely fabricated and unequivocally false."


Brother Bilaal. Screenshot/YouTube (Unwine with Tasha K)

Jada Pinkett Smith has refuted the claims, calling them salacious and malicious stories. During her interview with The Breakfast Club, Jada said, "We're going to take legal action because it's one thing to have an opinion about somebody versus just making up salacious, malicious stories." Jada continued, "It's not true; we're going to take care of it, and that's that." TMZ also saw Jada, and when asking her about the claims, she said, "We suin'!"



Brother Bilaal also claimed he and Will's friendship became one-sided; he said, "During the latter years of our relationship, Will was not my friend; I was his friend. I was around before they had Tre. Jada was the woman that everyone wanted. And Will needed that type of validation to have that type of woman. I can tell you what goes on in the inside, everybody else is just speculation. He continued to tell graphic details about how he walked in on Will and actor Duane Martin having sex on a film set. Bilaal also alleged that the Smith family forces new hires to attend rehab before working for them.


Brother Bilaal and Will Smith (holding Will's memoir). Screenshot/YouTube

Although Will showed favor to Bilaal and acknowledged him in his self-titled 2021 memoir, Will, Bilaal's claims have "conveniently" come to light during the release of Jada's memoir Worthy, which debuted last month. The book reveals many interesting aspects of her personal life and marriage. The Hollywood starlet's book has received a lot of public criticism due to certain confessions about her marriage and her close relationship with the late rap star Tupac Shakur. Duane has not commented on the interview. Sources close to Martin revealed to TMZ that the actor has no plans to address the allegations, according to The Sun.


To follow this story and other news, click the link to become a Volume 82 site member.


0 comments

Commenti


bottom of page