Will Smith cheers for Jada Pinkett Smith’s bestseller “Worthy” on NYT list
Will Smith applauds Jada Pinkett Smith’s recent literary success as her memoir, Worthy, claims the coveted #3 spot on the New York Times bestsellers list. The actress shared the news on Instagram, expressing her gratitude to supporters and emphasising the importance of delving into her life beyond the headlines.
The Hardcover Nonfiction list’s top positions were initially secured by authors Rachel Maddow and Cassidy Hutchinson, with Jada’s memoir following at #3. Dolly Parton’s “Behind the Steams” tales rounded out the top four.
Will Smith, Jada’s estranged husband, couldn’t contain his excitement and pride. In the comments section, he celebrated Jada’s achievement and coined her a “New York Times Best Selling Author.” Their enduring connection and deep love remain evident, despite the couple having lived apart for seven years and quashing divorce speculations during their 26-year marriage.
Jada Pinkett Smith’s memoir has garnered attention for its revelations about her experiences, including the infamous Oscars slap and her relationship with Tupac Shakur. However, it also offers an insight into her evolving relationship with Will. The couple continues to work through their dynamic and explore what the future holds for them.