Controversy Behind Jada Pinkett’s Link To August Alsina’s Nunya
In 2009 around April, Alsina Nunya released the hit track Nunya. Somehow, the video and the lyrics of the song gave an impression that the song was meant for Jada Pinkett-Smith. This was because, in the video, the emoji of Alsina is talking to a female emoji called Koren. No one knew if it was just a coincidence, but Koren in another language meant the middle name of Jada. The song got famous more for this controversy as the fans began to come up with theories that the two were in an extra-marital relationship.
August Alsina Denied Jada’s Link In Nunya
Alsina realised that his song was hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons. However, he immediately came up with a clarification denying all the theories. He said, “So Here’s To Clarity, The Song is not about Jada. It’s simply JUST A SONG, & a free artistic expression of a made-up narrative already put in place by its ORIGINAL format. Thank you for all of your love around the music & more is to come but please know that I & my BEST (@jadapinkettsmith ) are good!!! & We will always be, 4Life! We’ve been talking every day while all this has taken place. Now you stop trippin’. lol ..U know We got BiG LoVe for the Goddess over on this side.”
August Alsina Claims He Was In A Relationship With Jada Pinkett-Smith
In the past week, Alsina has given an interview to Angela Yee. Moreover, the video has hit the Youtube and created controversy due to sensational claims by Alsina that he was in fact in a relationship with Jada for a few years while she was married to Will Smith. He said while referring to Jada, “I really loved a person, I experienced that. I know what that feels like and some people never get that in this lifetime, so I know that I’m completely blessed.”
August Alsina Assures His Claims Are Authentic
Alsina even said that splitting up was one of the toughest things he had faced in his life. He also backed his claims and said that they are completely authentic. He said, “I want to honour myself, and I want to honour my authenticity. If honouring my authenticity means you hate me, stone me, shoot me, crucify me, whatever—bury me an honest man.”