Jada Koren Pinkett–Smith (born September 18, 1971) is an American actress, dancer, singer-songwriter, and businesswoman. She began her career in 1990, when she made a guest appearance in the short-lived sitcom True Colors. She starred in A Different World, produced by Bill Cosby, and she featured opposite Eddie Murphy in The Nutty Professor (1996). She starred in dramatic films such as Menace II Society (1993) and Set It Off (1996). She has appeared in more than 20 films in a variety of genres, including Scream 2, Ali, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions, Madagascar, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, and Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted.
Pinkett Smith launched her music career in 2002, when she helped create the metal band Wicked Wisdom, for which she is a singer and songwriter. Smith also created a production company, in addition to authoring a book, published in 2004.
May we continue to build and nurture this solidarity from here forth.
And to Trump… thank you for the fire.
Tmrw we will see women from all stations of life marching in solidarity as well as extended groups who support the hearts & souls of women.
When a man can love a woman...
As an autonomous spirit...
Vs. as his possession...
The heart sings.
A blessing from Trump… a new level of consciousness.
Tomorrow we will see women from all stations of life marching in solidarity as well as extended groups who support the hearts and souls of women.
May we continue to build and nurture this solidarity from here forth.
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Amy Adkins-JonesI don't think people are understanding the meaning of your words or maybe I have it wrong...I don't think this is a support Trump post. I think it's a thank you for uniting women from all races to take a stand together....and thanking Trump for igniting the fire that made it possible2 months ago · 2062
Rebecca ArvinIf the people in our country put as much energy and passion into saving our neighborhoods from drugs and helping the children , instead of attacking Trump think what you could do..... march all you want.... our babies will still be hungry when the sun comes up... march all you want... the homeless will still be sleeping in the alleys.. travel hundreds of miles just to tell trump you don't like him.... while our children die with needles in their arms.. it makes me sick2 months ago · 273
Lori Brooks CardenWishing I could attend the March, but my belief that the unborn human is as precious as the human that has been born precludes me and leaves me discriminated against; how odd that someone who stands for the voiceless woman in the womb would be denied access to the Women's March. Sad.2 months ago · 59
Calandra PaigeI've never seen such racist posts. All claiming to be tolerant yet the racists bigotry ever. It goes both ways. Choosing to not like someone based on the color of their skin, how dare a black person support a white person??give me a break you keep your own self stuck in slavery. What are you marching for. Majority of you don't even know. Just sheep2 months ago · 30
Celia McCartyThe ignorance of this country is baffling. Why do people get so butt hurt when someone says they dont support trump. People protested and bitched and complained when obama became president. Freedom of speech people. Also for everyone saying dont speak for me, dont flatter yourself. Jada stated something on her personal facebook page about her thoughts and feelings. Move on.2 months ago · 26
Lucas Van Der MerweThese celebs are morons.. actually I'm starting to think that they are being paid by the banking or/and business elites to try and sway large numbers of the public.. they are so transfixed on mean things he said, but couldn't care less about the atrocities committed by Obama.. actually praising him.. wtf?2 months ago · 17
Sarai MichaelOh please go to bed. I don't need to March around anywhere to prove anything. And I don't need to prove how fabulous I am. I'm NOT losing any rights. No time for this BS! #Goneskiing #freshair #livinthedream 💙☃❄⛷🌞💪 #Godisincontrol2 months ago · 15
Bobby WilliamsGrab em by the pussy!!! I will never forget that he said this. I hope you women march until you break your heels. Life is to short for some of us males so its up to the females to carry the child and carry the torch of a nation further than its ever been. Don't worry Hilary I see your vision baby. God bless America2 months ago · 7
Tracy ParkerI'm actually confused! So trump is in power and obviously won the majority and Obama obviously didn't do a good job anyway! Why is everyone kicking off?? I'm UK based so not a major us follower but he won so obviously has the majority? I watched the Trump family documentary last night and found it really eye-opening .. no haters just interested please!2 months ago · 4
To my little princess of all things... you are 16!!!!! I was always afraid to have a little girl, worried that I wouldn't have what it took to equip her for this world. You were born with so much spirit and you are a powerhouse. You are navigating through this world beautifully. You make me so proud.
I love you my little spooky girl:)
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Kennetta Lar VeseJada, i was just like you! When I had my daughter, Stacey Cimone, i was so afraid i would not know how to raise a girl in a peaceful, loving and kind way. i didnt fill i would be equipped also! (I came from such brokenness and a mother that was not a mother to me. ) Jada, she is now 24, beautiful spirit and very independent! And a mind to think on her own! i am proud of you Jada! You are a very good mother to your children! Happy Birthday, Ms.Willow! You Rock Girlfriend!!!!Haha!5 months ago · 50
Maritza Cevallos RutlandWell said, I love what you said about feeling worried you may not have what it took to be equip to raise a daughter. I understand that feeling and I pray that the tools I have learn will help guide my two daughter. Many blessing for your daughter on her birthday.5 months ago · 4
Charlie HardenYou probably won't see this but. Sunday I was like what what ever happened to those two kids Jay and willow smith. So I YouTube and was amazed. I have litteraly listen to almost every song they put online this whole week at work and commuting home. Her voice and style of singing plus his mixture of melody and quintessential vernacular with representation blew my mind. I can't wait to finish going through the rest of the music. Not really sure why I went on this rant other then to say I enjoyed the music. I'm pretty sure you and will helped direct them in there musical journey and have done a great job. Again sorry for the long message you all be blessed.4 months ago · 2
Eric MaravinKids do not come with a manual to help us raise them you do the best you can and love them and nurture them and tried to make the best choices and decisions for them while you can preparing for the world it's not easy I have a 11 year old son and I worry about them each and every day I'm just trying to be the best dad that I can be for him5 months ago · 1
Friday Albert Ellis NelsonWow Jada! Don't know if you remember me, but we did a little film together early in your career called The Freedom Station. It's Friday Nelson. We spent several weeks together in Owings Mills, Md way back in 1987 to 88, I believe. Since then I have watched your career blossom as well as the many blessings in your life. It's been amazing following your great successes and the noble work and beliefs of you and your family. I remember you and your mother, and believe it or not, I became an RN as well which had a lot to do with her inspirations talks with me in the green room. I'm moving to Oregon to work with one of the best forward thinking hospitals in the country and would love to hear from you. Don't worry. No frills. Your children are amazing by the way! I have two daughters. Cant you believe that our children are older now than even we were back then? Wishing you and your family the best and most sincere blessings in this holiday season. Sincerest Regards, Friday. (Matthew in The Freedom Station)3 months ago · 2
Arshaunna Giddens MorrisHappy Birthday Willow, you have amazing and beautiful parents, I saw the interview with your mom and grandmother, Willow you are ready to take on this world, you are very intelligent, beautiful, courageous, you have very powerful women to help continue your growth.... Have fun and enjoy every moment of this day fit for the princess you are. Jada you did an awesome job5 months ago · 4
Rick LeeAnd listen to your mom and dad Willow! Don't mess up your future like other girls with great talent and opportunity. Just saying 😉 May God Bless you on your Birthday with tons of Love, Light, Health, Wealth, Happiness and Peace! --Rick Lee and Family4 months ago · 2
Rosie M. Bruner-FinleyHillary Clinton our first and soon to be Madam President/Commander in Chief, please let me encourage you with these words. #WeGoHigh Isaiah 59:19 So shall they fear the name of the Lord from the west and His glory from the rising of the sun. When the enemy shall come in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord shall lift up a standard against him. **It doesn’t say If the enemy, but WHEN the enemy shall come in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord shall lift up a Standard against him. Isaiah 54:17 (AMP) “No weapon that is formed against you will succeed; And every tongue that rises against you in judgment you will condemn. This [peace, righteousness, security, and triumph over opposition] is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, And this is their vindication from Me,” says the Lord. Stay Focused! this is Prophetess Rosie M. Bruner-Finley and I approve this message. [email protected]:39p.m. #hillaryclinton #stayfocused #Prophetess #Rosie #NoWeapon #strongertogether #Imwithher5 months ago · 5
Wayne RobbinsHello Jada... You will may never read this, but I worked with you at Merry Go Round at Security Mall. As a matter of fact I was one of your bosses. I can not remember the other managers name , but it was Anthonys uncle.. any way I IBM Debbie I have .. I remember you came to me crying because someone stole your leather thrench.. I think you and your mom shared it., I hope you remember me, just want to say I will always remember you as a5 months ago · 2
Joi N Payne-TyisonWow 16 already???? We've watch you grow from a lil face baby looking like your mom now looking like your dad lol. Now into a very unique young lady like your mom... Hope u Njoi this bless day sweetie. God Bless 🎊🎉🎂🍫5 months ago · 2
Larry BrittHello Jada my name is Larry bread Junior owner of Brent handyman services and Ridgely Maryland just heard that you was tracing your roots back and and found out where your family come from and I was just wondering if I could be a part of that since I'm so close to that area and help you rebuild that structure sites and be your handyman my number is 443-769-4994 small black-owned business but I'm trying to be bigger than what I am now it's been a long time coming just trying to do better for my community and bring better jobs to my area for people is less fortunate for the young folks in my area please just give it a shot by the way say hello to Will and kids I'm a complete stranger but I'm a good down there young black man just trying to do better and help out are people1 month ago · 1
Quinta JacksonYour daughter is everything Jada Pinkett Smith! She is confident, socially aware and conscientious. Her Chanel ad had me in tears. Both of your children are amazing, critical thinkers! You are a great mom and role model. How you accomplished that in Hollywood, while working no less, is a testament to your strength and value system.2 months ago · 1
Joseph Uwabunkonye AfurobiTHE “COCOA NUT” ENCOUNTER AND THUNDER Sometime ago, an old woman begged a young school boy to climb her cocoa nut tree, and pluck some cocoa nuts for her. She had the evil intention of getting the boy killed. But, it boomeranged on her and her accomplice. The small boy, the only child of his parents, told the woman he was just back from school (primary School), and very tired. He insisted he needed a rest. The woman begged him the more to pluck some cocoa nuts for her. She assured him of good reward. After much persuasion, the tired boy reluctantly dropped his school box by the side of the tree, and began to climb. He reached the top and started to kick down cocoa nuts. They were falling on the ground with interesting rhythm. As they were falling, the wicked woman put her two hands on her head, and raised alarm. She was crying and shouting that a thief has invaded her home. She yelled for help from the villagers. Instantly, a mob gathered in her compound, and was furious at the boy. They went there with all manner of local weapons: catapults, clubs, local guns of hunters, kitchen knives, name them. They commanded the ‘thief’ to come down quickly. Meanwhile, there was a law in the community that whoever stole, should be buried alive, no matter how insignificant the items stolen might be. The mob was raining curses on the innocent boy, calling him rogue and all sorts of derogatory names. As he was getting down, people were digging his grave. When he landed, he tried to explain to them what actually transpired: how the woman appealed to him to pluck cocoa nuts for her. He told them he was tired, after closing from school. He showed his school box beside the cocoa nut tree. They insisted he had stolen, and must be buried alive, according to the law of the village. Only one elderly man objected to their evil plan. He counseled them to leave the boy alone; that he was innocent. He explained to them there is God in heaven, who looks down in the kingdoms of men, to pay everyone according to his deeds. They refused, and ordered the boy to go and lie inside the grave, and they began to cover him with sand. As the sand was covering him, the old man with contrary view left in anguish along with his walking stick. There was pandemonium in the land. Suddenly, the weather changed, as if it was about to rain. Then, God released a mighty thunder on the people who gathered there. The thunder struck and made a mince meat of them all; with exception of the man opposed to burying the child alive. Their dead bodies were all over the place. Instantly, a mighty and mysterious hand went and drew out the boy, who was half buried in the emergency grave. The boy, who is now a man, has a scar on his left hand when he was pulled out. He is well and hearty. Later, there was mass burial, and wailing in the community. After the mourning, the remaining inhabitants gathered in the village square, and deliberated on the unfortunate incidence. ..................Visit: powertrumpeter.org/blog1/?p=365.4 months ago
Jungle Fever-DreamJada, please don't say those african horns in the david blaine special arent real. you have no idea how vile a practice it is to collect animal horns especially elephants. my grandfather fought to protect african elephants and its a tragedy to see someone collect them.4 months ago
VerSa SandFrom one Halloween baby to another happy birthday Willow!!! Job well done Jada and Will Smith. Great jobs as parents. I love your kids originality! Thank you for allowing them to walk their own path with wisdom, love, strength, patience, power and guidance as their foundation.5 months ago · 2
Antionette HamiltonLincoln Rose really! Its not a celebrities job to fix all the problems of the world! This is for this young lady's bday well wishes! It is not your " do the right thing that I say is right" platform! GTFOH5 months ago
Ladaryl Raynard RoseRight there with you on the whole "Afraid to have a little girl, worried that I wouldn't have what it took to equip her for this world." Hope I have as much parenting success as you wth Ms. Willow. <35 months ago · 1
Avril Queenahhartz JamesYasssssss Jada my baby girl turns sixteen today too...we got knocked.up.at the same.Dame.time..I wonder what time she had willow..HBD5 months ago · 1
Shataya JeffersonHappy Sweet 16th Willow I hope and pray God blesses and keep you to see many more to come, Enjoy the rest of your evening to the fullest and be safe5 months ago · 1
Allan HarrisI wish you & daughter a happy holloween...I hope it not any bother about me in, what take a good story before next year. That holloween won't be as scary as what I'm going throught...with of kids & people.. Like the position I roll play to out the united states.. Well I'm OK. With woman like u that can speak. I will be in touch...I gave a good ideas in most less of up coming artist..president Obama is one to ask about me or Michelle. I'm very smart Jada..n happy holidays. & happy belated birthday sept. I'm a real man at Dec.. 3 birthday...for you.. My regaruds to understand being more that you can be.. Ones of billions..my wife.. Jada. Allan Harris Jr...as fade the artist. Martin Luther king ....to James e. Carter...look me up....gorgeous. Jada.5 months ago · 2
Aunshae ForsterHappy birthday Willow.... enjoy ur born day.... just remember u can just b u that's all u can do and if ppl don't like u for u then they have two feet let them walk... trust me wit our personalities ppl misunderstand us scorpios and my BDAY is on Halloween also so enjoy n b U.....5 months ago · 1
Charmaine A. Blake HansonYour son Jaden was born one day before my Jaedon . I also remember Willow's birthday. Not very easy to forget her special day.💖 happy birthday Miss Willow spooky and all5 months ago · 3
I saw this video yesterday and it reminded me of all the wonderful ways you and I have made a difference together on this planet. We do so much good in this world together, Will and there is so much more to come. You have been the greatest gift to me in that way, by being a fire of inspiration in my heart.
I love you always. To the king of kings...Happy Birthday!!!!
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Maoulida HamidouIn Africa we might look down by many things but trust me the reason we are living a tough life today is because of the colonizations our grand parents faced. The European stole from us and build Europe and left us with nothing but We the new generations are working hard to be the new Mandelas and fix our issues.6 months ago · 465
Yenny EspinozaAre you calling him King of Kings??? Did you know or ever read the bible ...Do you know what is your position in this world?? we are humans and that is...for more help and money that we could have, we cant buy the position of God...God bless you and Mr. Will, but dont forget that God is live and He is jelous too, dont take Him for granted..and Happy Birthday to Mr. Will.6 months ago · 46
Alexandro Lubaki YahzambiThe bible says: " Don't let your left hand know what your right hand is doing" why is it that whenever famous people do something they have to let the world knows?? Can't they do it quietly?? That's why our enemies knows every move we make so how you wanna save or do something good for your people whenever you put everything for the world to know???6 months ago · 35
Annie ClyburnCan we get some help in Philly y'all I don't know if you guys have been. They closing school so temple can take over north Philly trying to put us out trying to get rid if pre k no after school program its beginning to feel hopeless here6 months ago · 8
Cecile PrinceMay Jehovah God bless you Queen Jada P. Smith and To your King Will Smith for the good life saving work you all are doing for The Thousands of Children's People and the their Country nothing more life saving as water and clean water beautiful acts of love...keep your fire burning.. 1 Corinthians 10:24) Colossians 3:14)6 months ago · 5
Ericka BowmanReading this gave me chills! That's what its about, a unit working together to make a change in this world. This is why we are here. This life will pass by quickly, but while we are here we have something to do and that is not sit back and grow old... we have a purpose. Healing! Heal and remind our people of the greatness that's within us!6 months ago · 12
Shelia PerezHappy Birthday Will, the Lord has blessed many ppl and you are truly an inspiration. May the Lord continue to guide you in your journeys and bless and protect you on theses journeys to help those in need. God bless you each and everyday and with many more years to come!6 months ago · 7
Johuan Florance ThompsonYou are a beautiful couple and example to many. I wish more people would applaud your example of love, devotion to one another and respect for your union instead of criticizing you for being famous and holding your husband in high esteem. My husband is truly MY king and I have read the bible plenty. Completely irrelevant to your post. Keep shining Mrs. Smith and may your husband and family continue to shine as well.6 months ago · 5
Bersy MulugetaGod bless you two abundantly. And wish you many many more years to come Will. Happy birthday to you. I know that meant so much for my fellow Ethiopians. Simple things we take for granted here in the USA can be a luxury else where.6 months ago · 5
Toyin AramideCongratulations on your birthday, wishing many more years with good health.You are such a rare gem, you are blessed with good family especially Your heartthrob Jada. She's such a good personality too and your beautiful and talented kids of yours. God bless you all and HBD Will.6 months ago · 3
Abedulsemed KedirThe time I see this post I feel cry what they did this wonderful couple .Allah give them long and healthy life .I am from Ethiopia I know what a great thing they did and I wish you happy birthday Will Smith.6 months ago · 8
Annette TrentSo what if they decide to share what they are doing. Celebrities are often criticized by the public when they are perceived as doing nothing or not doing enough to give back. When in fact, many are contributing to various causes without public fanfare. Then on the other hand, celebrities are also criticized when they allow the public to see the contributions they made . Either way, they can't win. Just be grateful, they decided to give of their resources.6 months ago · 9
Joanna VillalongoI get what you're saying. And to a degree, you're right. That scripture means don't yell across the airwaves and stations about what good you've done, or bring a full camera crew to watch you for the sole purpose of going back and telling everyone. I think taking home videos is okay, though, to have memories of where you've been and what you've done. I've never seen this, or any other video like this, aired on national television. The Smiths are just one Hollywood couple I know of who doesn't broadcast their charity or good deeds. Fantastic video Jada and Will.6 months ago · 2
Sergio SierraThat's why god will continue to bless you. Stay blessed please lead by example in Hollywood of the couple that stayed married. Bless marriage is a healthy life in god's eyes6 months ago · 6
Andrew SmileyJada, your and Will's contributions to society and humanitarian efforts are substantial. I just wanted to share that there are millions of people that wish to contribute to this effort just as you two have however, they lack the funding and resources. I was thinking that wouldn't it be great if there was a way these people could be activated somehow by some type of resource? You two do pretty good already but I think you could multiply this by starting chapters and recruiting helpers that could reach further, deeper, and provide feedback that is quantifiable. I would like to open the Downey, Ca. Chapter so that we can begin our outreach to homeless or needy families, at risk kids. Together we can impact even more before the second coming!5 months ago
Sue Hovey RobinsonAwesome! That's the way to help!! Now if you could only lend your help with stopping the pollution of our water right here in the US by standing behind the Native Americans at Standing Rock - the pipeline will move oil but could ruin the water supply for half of America if anything ever happens to that pipe "under" the river. #NODAPL #waterislife6 months ago · 3
Lawrence Keener Sr.Just read this: Lady Pickett has addressed her husband properly in he sight of the True King of Righteousness; The Lord Jesus Christ. Addressing him as he king of kings is written in lower case proclamation; recognizing him as the greatest man on earth in her sight; her king of kings. All women, married and covered by great men should be and do the same. This does not contradict scripture as we Christians are referred to as king as and priest in a spiritual sense, rather. This woman is addressing her husband, in a natural sense, and doesn't profess to be a saint nor identify with the same expression/connotation in a spiritual-context point of view. Jesus, was never, and is not, a natural king he is a spiritual King King of all kings. This statement is not in the same league as THE ONE called Christ. In fact, on occasions when the world, humanity, attempted to make Jesus a natural king he never allow them to make Him a natural king. Just as Abraham was addressed as lord by his wife, Sara, also recorded/written in the New Testament scripture below. This connotation, or expression, does not contradict nor does it blaspheme the title of The Lord Jesus Christ. All women, who are covered by great man, in Christ or in the world, should view there husbands as king of kings and lord of lords in a natural since; the greatest! The King of kings, Yashua/Jesus, Sovereign Ruler of ALL authority in Heaven and on earth is not moved, threaten, nor contradicted by this. Again, His Kingdom is not of this world! She is justified in HIS eyes and far more submitted to the leadership and authority of her husband, in this since, then most professing Christian women. Bible thumpers: scripture reference below. Minister Lawrence F Keener Sr 1 Peter 3:5-7 ( NKJV) For in this manner, in former times, the holy women who trusted in God also adorned themselves, being submissive to their own husbands, as Sarah obeyed Abraham, calling him lord, whose daughters you are if you do good and are not afraid with any terror. Husbands, likewise, dwell with them with understanding, giving honor to the wife, as to the weaker vessel, and as being heirs together of the grace of life, that your prayers may not be hindered. Revelation 5:8-10 Now when He had taken the scroll, the four living creatures and the twenty-four elders fell down before the Lamb, each having a harp, and golden bowls full of incense, which are the prayers of the saints. And they sang a new song, saying: “You are worthy to take the scroll, And to open its seals; For You were slain, And have redeemed us to God by Your blood Out of every tribe and tongue and people and nation, And have made us kings and priests to our God; And we shall reign on the earth.” John 6:15 Therefore when Jesus perceived that they were about to come and take Him by force to make Him king, He departed again to the mountain by Himself alone. Psalm 82:6-8 I said, “You are gods, And all of you are children of the Most High. But you shall die like men, And fall like one of the princes.” Arise, O God, judge the earth; For You shall inherit all nations.2 months ago
Rhodes CarverThx u for helping those people,i did my best when i was working in a remote area in Mozambique,wish to go there again to help those kids.Big thumbs to you guys,keep,it up.God bless u & family.6 months ago · 1
Thea FankemWhile you guys are helping the world you had a MAJOR loss in your family I'm sending my condolences to you guys you your husband mr. Smith I'm sorry for the loss your father-in-law and who is Will's father, may God keep you guys strengthen during this time.4 months ago
Onyebuchi JosephWith time, We will rise (Africa), Our mineral resources is natural, Now our problem is not Europeans ,Americans or Asia's but our problem is greedy leaders in Africa because almost all of the leaders has no insight because leaders of Africa does not build for the future once but they only believed in their pocket today and forget future once which makes Americas and Europeans great. Building for the future once is the key of life. Christ Jesus please give Africans a good leaders that will realize the important of solid future. God bless the world with love and understanding6 months ago · 1
Shugri SalhThat African rhythm just took me to my feet. This is the root that unites us all humans. I just felt happy when I saw the young men dancing with Jada. You did not see me, but I was with you in sprit, dancing and smiling with you!!6 months ago · 101
Wanja Wa SanchezAnyway this post is not meant for haters....appreciating fun times...in the midst of all adversities..thumbs up kenyan boys choir...represent!!represent!!6 months ago · 18
Marion C. HamptonWow! Beautiful! Gifted! Great Harmony! Loved the way they danced. Showing brotherly love and including everyone to join in and be a part of all that loving energy. "Great Feeling!" Even From Afar. "Thanks For Sharing."6 months ago · 11
Akinyi OluochAwwwwwww Jada. You Rock. And you are flexible. Some of us were born and bred in that culture but are not as flexible, lol. You nailed it.6 months ago · 4
Vikmas Nyakwar NdongaThose boys are singing in President Obama's and Lupita Nyong'o ancestral Luo language. A Luo generation marginalised but a blessed people from Africa.6 months ago · 1
Todd BaconNo matrer how I look, if you see me as looking like You, you SEE me! No matter what my bloodlines if I seem the same as you, you SEE me! No matter how you see yourself, if you see your self as no different from me, than You SEE yourself. We are not separated unless we think we are, I not above you, unless I think I am which lowers me, far below you! We are equal, we are one race, if we disagree, we disagree with reality, scientific fact and worse we dissgree with the beauty of our united family! I am not not black, I am not white, I am not bative American I am no more than a reflection of you, and only You decide if the reflection is SHALLOW or DEEP!!!3 months ago
Juliet SharpeI watched bad moms again this week I love that movie I also loved the way they interview you & your mum it was wonderful xxxxx6 months ago · 5
Ollievita WilliamsA historical biography that had not been written, but should have been. I truly believe that you would agree. I wrote it and would love for you to read it. It is a narrative that is almost too unbelievable, except that it is true. I have given her story voice. She was a brave, intelligent, beautiful, explorer.4 months ago
Yolanda SmithDo you or anyone you know donate to educators? Would you please consider donating to my GoFundMe page? Please pass on to your celeb friends. See part of my story here!www.gofundme.com/2c22d8xkI am reaching out to many celebrities for help with this because I feel that my debt is a hindrance to my success in being an effective educator. Please help or pass on to friends!6 months ago · 2
LaToya LaShawn RobertsThis is why I have always loved Jada..her spirit just exudes pure realness!!!!6 months ago · 14
Gathoni Wa SheiWaoh!My Kenyan brothers doing their thing!#mycountryisbetterthanyours#💕💕💕👏👍🏻🤗🤗💯✔️✔️✔️🇰🇪💞💖🇰🇪🇰🇪🇰🇪6 months ago · 5
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Angela UnbotheredHow do u get on someone's post and say "no disrespect" right before you disrespect her and her son? You don't understand him or his way of life and can't fathom having his talent and wisdom. Admit that truth instead of bashing him and speaking negativity over his life.6 months ago · 527
Terry U G IfeakaJada ( no disrespect meant) but your boy is weird and thinks outside the box all the time. I just hope it's just publicity stunts because if he continue like that, he might later have problem like Michael Jackson (when people can tell outrageous lies about him and the public would believe it). Anyway, you are ageing well, you have always been a beautiful woman. HBD6 months ago · 70
Blanca FergusonHow about we all just say Happy Birthday Jada Pinkett Smith!!! Hope you have a wonderful day! No matter what my kids give me I love it and I'm sure you do too. 🙂 Here's any idea for people saying negative things; if you don't like someone get off of their page!!!!! I'm so tired of HATERZ!!!6 months ago · 42
Bonzie Wherry-WellsLOL!! too funny!! u go gurl! that means u aready have 'everything', and u don't need anything else!!!6 months ago · 19
Rare Jewel#NiceOutlinesJ #StillGrownAndHoodSexy Your not the average 45 years young mother either, your Jada Pinkett Smith baby! He's a Smith kid so #HeShopsDifferently (in my Jay-Z voice) 😉6 months ago · 35
Shataya JeffersonLove it 😍 Wishing you a very Happy Belated Birthday I hope you enjoyed every minute of your day to the fullest and I pray God blesses and keep you to see many more to come6 months ago · 19
Shy HarrisonYesss....i don't care what nobody say she already look younger than 45 lol......the grill jus set her back 15 yrs for sure heyyyyy mama 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😂6 months ago · 31
Rob FieldsSaw you this morning on Live with Kelly and it's good to see the grill your son gave you for your birthday. I am still waiting for you to get off that bus, if you don't know what I mean here it is. Tales of the crypt one of the first ones I think it was Demon Knights and you got on the bus at the end. You were now the chosen one and there never was a second part with you, I would just love to see another part of Tales from the Crypt Demon Knights where you got off the bus years later and kick butt. Just one man's opinion keep up the good work on Gotham. Fish Mooney 🙂6 months ago · 5
Sultana HazuriWhat a great gift! Your kids give me life...they are so creative and in tune with themselves. It should be every mothers dream to produce self aware,honest,loyal and cultured young people to carry on a legacy. Job well done my sister. May you enjoy the fruits of your labor <36 months ago · 7
Barissa LeslynHappy Happy Happy Birthday Jada , you're truly phenomenal and appreciated here alot in Guyana. Wish you lots of successful ventures in what ever you do and what ever you set your mind to . Also wishing you all the best,love and lotssss of happiness on your birthday and years after next. Love you Jada6 months ago · 8
Angela Dodds-SandersOh btw .. i love the gift from YOUR SON ! As long as you love it that's all that matters . Happy Birthday Jada. Enjoy it. Blessings for many more. And i too enjoyed jayden very much in the Get Down6 months ago · 6
Kizzy PressleyUmmmm. Really ..! Those look like skeleton teeth if he can afford those at least .buy the full grill ,maybe some pink diamonds grill or blue.6 months ago · 6
Fanettra JohnsonI love it Jada!!! And all the negativity needs to cease...too much going on in the world to be expressing negativity and disrespect...didn't your momma teach you..if you don't have nothing good to say don't say nothing at all...but that's ol skool and some of you may not understand..lmao...btw...Jada I love you in Gotham!!6 months ago · 4
Erica Monique WhiteJada I love you and am in love with Wil Smith. My all time crush. And you are beautiful but whatever plastic surgery you had done to your cheeks is not pretty. Please keep your natural beauty.6 months ago · 4
One of the dearest people in my life died this day 20 years ago and I still feel it as deeply today as I did Sept 13th, 1996. Pac is quite a force that after 20 years so many of us still feel his presence so strongly. The beauty of it all is that his spirit still thrives in our love for him and in our memories of him and of course through the legacy of his art. He is missed but NEVER forgotten.
Lately, I've been hearing your laughter in the midst of my own stillness. I find a lot of solace in those moments. Thank you for that;) I love you forever and always Pac. You are always with me.
Much love to all those who treasure him just as much. Use every day to love fiercely because tomorrow is never promised.
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Rushil PatsI will never ever forget the conversation me and you had Jada at Heathrow airport about Pac, its been one of my greater moments having the oppertunity to speak to you about Tupac and seeing the compassion and love that resulted when i mentioned his name. Your an inspiration to many Jada thanks for being you!6 months ago · 117
Noquise DreadNone ParkerPac was like a big brother to me. That was a hard week for me. I was a fifth grader dealing with the thoughts of my larger than life big brother being hospitalized during class and recess, hoping he would pull through. I would look forward to updates from the news, but as the week progressed the less optimistic they became. I remember that Friday evening too vividly. We cried and then celebrated his life, reminiscing and reciting his lyrics while dancing to his music, deep into the night. 🙏🏾#LongLiveThePanther #LegendsNeverDie #2Pac4Ever 🐐6 months ago · 67
Marketta SmithI cried a storm when I heard the news.... Tupac, a authentic General, Pioneer, Activist, Writer, Storyteller, Artist, Dreamer, SUN, Genius, God and all around King.... He can't be duplicated and will forever remain in my heart and in heavy rotation musically.... Even if Heaven does not have a ghetto, I know your gift has made room for you.... I Love You, Tupac and wish you were still here.... Blessings.... #Tupac.... #Afeni....6 months ago · 29
Tango JordanBounce TV played the episode of "A Different World" where Piccolo came to visit Lena. It was a joy to watch the two of you on-screen together.6 months ago · 29
D Self WorthR.I.p. PAC remember just like yesterday I was 17 when I heard the news crushed to a lot of us growing up in the hood PAC was a daddy forever missed6 months ago · 17
Sharonda Y. BraxtonWho else but Pac could defy death. Words he shouted to the world from that gallant soul of his still hold as much relevance in today's world as they did twenty years ago. Do you know how special and powerful a soul he had to be to remain as much alive in spirit today, as he was when he was flesh and bone? God sometimes send people here to say the words people need to hear. To touch the hearts and souls of all who need it. Forever leaving their fingerprints on all they come into contact. They don't stay long, but their words, as well as the power behind them, how they make an impact on our lives, are remembered forever more! As I said, Who but Pac could defy death?? And to make it even more amazing, is that he said it! He said this was going to happen. And he was right ❤6 months ago · 5
Constantina BräutigamYes, Pac is deeply missed for sure 💗 And yes, we should all treasure each day for we have no idea what awaits us at all ❤️❤️6 months ago · 8
Jeffrey WhaleyYou just covered it all, Mrs. Pinkett-Smith....It music is still inspiring...Much love to you and your family...So many of us have to a degree grown up together....I don't know you guys personally, but I am just as proud...Thank you Jada, Will,& Pac for some great memories..6 months ago · 10
Shyrnayle BrownI grew up with him...id be alone in my room... Only i wasnt alone...cause me against the world was playing...when he died.. I was in the backseat..riding to a restaurant... The radio announced it.. I cried my eyes out... I stopped listening to 🎶... I felt like my bestfriend died.. It hurt then... It hurts now..But he'll forever live in us all.6 months ago · 8
Vanessa CastilloI love your words I agree with u Jada I grew up listing to PAC his music I grew up in the 90's decade I miss PAC so much he is one of my role models I would have loved to have able to meet him in person he was such a great human began n rapper there will never another 2 PAC we were lucky that he graced us with his presence he is still doing that long after he has been gone we miss u PAC 😢😭😒😞6 months ago · 3
Gretchen MitchellJada , your words in remembrance of Pac are heartfelt and beautiful.I often wonder how would Pac express himself through his music or acting in these times,I know he would be doing something spectacular. Thank you for the advice of loving fiercely everyday,I'll try my best to do that.6 months ago · 3
Shaneria AbrahamToday is the day that God decided to take my dad's breath. I think God decided to allow me not to actually be there when he took his last breath but to approach afterwards because he knew I would be way more stronger that way💪. Daddy I just wanted you to know even though I was not there at that moment in time i was on that phone when they were trying to bring you back 🙏.I made it to you and I'm sorry you had to go💗❤. I think you was with me then because I felt like I was flying to you but I was driving the car✈🚘I kept praying and hoping and praying and hoping that you was there just until I got there. I used to feel like god was selfish because he didn't lat you wait for me😢😥. But that thought went away the next day yes after i got there i cryed but a couple of minutes later JeRon picked me back up off that floor wipe my eyes out and i became very strong .I remember and I know you do too after I gain strength. I knew it was time. I made sure that your stock was correct on your feet. Put me on some and sat your head Up sit in the chair next to you all night and put my foot on top of your feet to still keep your feet warm. I know you knew that because I felt your spirit and your presence there. I know you was watching over me then. At that moment In time I begin to think that I was the one being selfish for thinking that you should have waited until I got there. Silly me i was selfish to think that because now you are in a better place🙏. I enjoy every moment from a little girl two my adult years from hearing your voice to just talking to you while you listen. I just want you to know that I'm thankful for you and 👊I'm thankful that you made it through when I mean through I mean to the heavens and I just want you to know that I'm very proud of you. I love you because you fault a good fight and even though you passed away to me you still have won the fight you will never be a loser because you have gained so much more than this world could ever give you💋🙏💋. R.I.P DADDY💋. R.I.P to you Pac.6 months ago · 14
Paola Karina JuradoThank you Jada. I feel him more than I have previously and it's precious moments in life that his presence is felt even more. I wish for him to be here today and even though not physically he is always close. Thank you for the man tu fuiste Pac!6 months ago · 1
Lo KeyI've been thinking about Pac, all day. I often watch his interviews, documentaries etc....I just saw the episode of A different world this morning when Tupac played Picalo, and Bumper Robinson 'Dorian, fought over you. Lol. Damm, what was it like to kiss Tupac? Lol. He was a beautiful man, and his poetry even more beautiful and spirited. I'm still saddened by the loss, but prayerful that he's in Heaven right now with his mother Afeni. His music is still getting much rotation in my CD player. RIP to one of the greatest .....I love you Pac, dearly missed.6 months ago · 6
Katherine HakalitzHi Jada... Not sure if you will see this but I just shared on my page a tribute to my son who idolised 2Pac and also passed on the 14th September 2002, a day after his idol. Ironically, my son really did look like his idol Pac as well 😥6 months ago · 2
Tonja PittsYes indeed many of us have spoken of Tupac all day remembering the night he was shoot and the night he passed away..Tupac was an amazing actor rapper just multi talented it's hard to believe he's gone..On that fatal night my friends and i sent up many prayers but God had other plans..So we pay homage on this day in honor of one our own because no matter how much money he had he never changed..He loved his fans and we love him..Rest in peace with your mom..Much love..6 months ago · 5
Guy CanaleRead my song hailmary remix Hail Makaveli #hailmarychallenge @theoutlawzofficial He's heart in the dark gave me the spark to tare the world apart we must rebuild and restart made it make its state-of-the-art but every person must play our part I ask Mother Afeni to guide us, let the words of the son lead us so let's us pray to Black Jesus, He died to teach us he sacrificed for us but there still hasn't been many changes they still run us like mice in mazes, they have our minds locked in cages Understanding is our path to freedom, knowledge of self is the key to wisdom we are one man on one lands Guided by the universal hand What is planned is so Grand that everyone will get involved And with all the problems of the world resolved The only question now is Could You Be Loved I'm asking questions like marley would I'm trying to ask like pac would a rebel with a cause busting down doors with rhymes and metaphors A Prince of Peace that's a project preacher Trying to be a leader trying to fight the oppressor , a teacher and messenger Trying to tell us no life is greater than another Every woman is my sister every man's my brother It doesn't matter your color you are unique and like no other Why can't we look past each other's cover Treat every person like they are your lover Open up your heart to everyone like a first time mother 9-8-16 Average Guy6 months ago · 1
MO Dlungwane2Pac Amaru Shakur. What a guy. My entire youth was with this guy. Comforted me in my fatherless ness, I was young feeling betrayed and angry about it just like him, 2 Pac rap was therapy, to not be the only one, and now I communicate best through my rhymes too. Strong guy, strong heart, imperfect, but the best to ever eva for me. The original Realis rapper eva. I hope my music and rap Is heartfelt by someone too. You are not alone pal, whoever you are. We are all for each other through our arts and many other ways. #StayReal. 2Pac was my friend, but I never met him.6 months ago
Marlinka Bumawith his fans he had a Family again...and now he's still around as our guardian angel❤ I will always keep him and his wise words in my heart. So much love for him that will never be forgotten6 months ago · 1
Tammi HardyGOD be with you Jada..I just realized your friend Tupac died a few days before your birthday. Afeni passed, his Mama passed almost 20yrs after him in beautiful Sausalito, CA.6 months ago · 1
When your love interest in your movie is younger than your eldest son:) lol. It's been a Girl Trip fo' sho'! ... See MoreSee Less
Simone MoniqueNot sure why so many are certain she's had surgery. Have you seen her Mother? #genes ... Plus she eats healthy and drinks plenty of water, so it's no surprise that she's aging well. With that said, if she has had surgery, then sign me up with THAT surgeon because he does a superb job! She is GORGEOUS! 😉7 months ago · 144
Ann BreckenridgeAbout time it was reversed, the men have been doing this for years, both in their movies or just in their lives. You go Jada, you look great, by the way, so does Will. Love you all.7 months ago · 9
Erica Ailawishes GillespieHi Jada... I'm glad you put "in a movie" bc these internet trolls would have taken this pic and made all kinds of assumptions. Keep doing what you do... been a fan since A Different World.7 months ago · 9
Sonia DolceJada , you're a very special woman .... and I do not know if it ' came the news that an earthquake in Amatrice and neighboring countries have destroyed homes and caused nearly 300 casualties .... if you could wonder if you could make a prayer. Today in Italy and ' national mourning for the 292 people who were buried under le.macerie ... I thank you for this little gesture if you want to do .... you strong hug to you and all your wonderful family ... Me and my family we want so well7 months ago
Mark McduffyYah stop hating on Jada. You look great ,my crush on you started back in the early 90s.N it continues to this day ,I love you as a person ,I love your work to..Will is a lucky man ,and a good dude..Jada ,I'm looking forward to all of your future projects to,Have a good life ,with your FINE self.7 months ago · 2
Christine Graham-CooteJada, please don't get caught up in Hollywood's standard of beauty. You are a natural beauty. There is nothing wrong with aging gracefully. Any man would be honoured to be next to you. With age comes wisdom and a chance to share your inner beauty with the world.7 months ago
Michele JohnsonMs Jada Pinkett Smith, thank you for commenting to my son when he pased you in LA. He was most humbled that you complimented him on his attire and hair.7 months ago · 1
Kim RobinsonJada I'm a huge fan and you were beautiful then as you are now, you do not need surgery, pills or any other remedy to make you look younger all you need is to stay exactly who you are. Like that old saying. "White's alright, but black don't crack."1 day ago
Jill W. LowryWell, whether she is or she isn't is really only her business, but I will say, the last thing anyone wants to hear is someone callin it out. Most of us do something to help us feel better about ourselves, creams, injections, etc., lets all stay focused on who's looking back at us in our own mirrors.6 months ago · 1
Napoleon Daggywow jeda I've been a fan since "set it off" I still have it on VHS. from Ethiopia,Africa! can't wait fo this 2 come out! PS. will is ma favorite actor in z world!7 months ago · 3
Murriel WatsonYeah but u look good & holding us sisters over the age of 40 down. These younger guys always trying to holla at me. Truth. Tired if being by myself. I may have to give in.6 months ago
Char Takemeto NirvanaJada I just read some nasty comments about you on dailymail people are soul less. I think you Rock . They are sleep walkers not in tune with their true spiritual essence.7 months ago
Carrie JonesOk, people stop being so judgemental! Respect to Will but Jada has always been fine! Her mama looks oooh wee fine too! As long as Jada is happy...focus on her talent that she tries to share with all of you! It is hard to be a celebrity and criticized for everything you do, how you look, how you raise your children and so on...just chill7 months ago · 2
Debby MacFirst of all, You're such an Amazing Mom! You're so beautiful and gifted in spirit! Also, you are amazing in Gotham, and I love the way you play the character Fish!❤️Hugs!!6 months ago
David ShoneJada I wrote this for you. I hope you like it. www.screenplaysbydavidshone.com/sneak-peek--grace---the-public..html A story about 3 women sharing life and Grace.7 months ago · 1
Last night was rough. I have heard Black Lives Matter countless times. I have spent a majority of my life trying to reinforce my strength and power within, but after writing my last post about Michelle Obama's 2008 speech controversy, I realized how much I suffer from the "I don't matter" epidemic. My rage in this realization, by the grace of my Higher Power, surrendered me to tears last night. I cried all night. I was devastated by the fact that at 44 I still feel as if I don't matter enough not only to others but mostly to myself. That within me, there are places that lack the love needed to uplift every human being I meet . The love I lack is the very love my spirit is hoping that others give to each other in our community no matter their mental condition, crime, religion, gender, economic status or... the color of their skin. But it can't be that unless I am that.
The turmoil ran deep as I watched how we rallied around our First Lady illuminating how solidarity is one of the strongest components we need in our effort to matter.
But the pain struck hard in recognizing that that kind of solidarity does not happen often amongst us. Then so many other thoughts flooded in that made me so anxious and terrified that my only wish in that moment was for Will's arms to wrap around me so I could hide. I've never in my life, wanted to hide! The helplessness, the fear, anger, rage all became too much.
Our power is only nourished through how much we are willing to love ourselves and one another. Without this kind of solidarity we have only uncertain ground to stand on. It may be someone else's fault why we don't have the strength of it in the first place, but it's our responsibility to get it back.
Today, Higher Power, I ask you to help me temper my rage so that I may surrender to the love for myself and ALL those around me.
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Elizabeth Voyles-UzzellMy truest wish is that we could only see each other's souls instead of the vehicle in which our soul drives. My soul was put in a white body (vehicle) and my husband's soul was put in a black body. Our daughter's soul is in a brown body. Let's not focus on the body we drive, but the love that is inside that body (vehicle). Much love to eveyone😘8 months ago · 286
John EngleI am a big white country boy. I understand what the BLM movement means, and how difficult it is for some people to understand what we are saying when we reject that slogan in preference of ALL lives matter. It is NOT a slight to the BLM movement...it is the voices of many people from ALL different beliefs, colors, and backgrounds coming together to say that we are with you...that we all see the injustice and we all stand together against the storm. I understand how that may be difficult to understand, or accept...especially when there also seems to be such hostility being displayed from all directions. But I feel in my heart of hearts, that the only way that we will be able to change what is wrong in our society...in our community, is if we are able to set aside our differences and stand together. Raise our voices together. Protect each other when needed. Defend each other, and be relentless, until they have no choice but to listen, and make changes. With all due respect...All lives matter to this white guy...peace and love to all. Let's get it together. Bless you Jada...i hope you find peace within yourself. i hope you find your inner strength. Be well.8 months ago · 86
Bridget A. KessonYou're not alone jada. I sometimes find it hard to accept my look, my body and my skin color. But I know that's what I got and I can't change that I just have to hold my head up high and appreciate what God have done for me and what he's still doing. I know somewhere I matter. Just like you matter to many people including your love ones.💖💖8 months ago · 66
Agosto MadelinA Prayer for Today “Father, thank You for sending Your Son, Jesus, so that I can have eternal life. I know that You want the best for me. Help me to keep my heart and mind focused on You so that I can walk in Your ways all the days of my life in Jesus’ name. Amen.”8 months ago · 54
Jami IciFouAs we are only human, we all have moments of lack and moments of fullness. In times when I feel surrounded by negative things I can't change, when I feel helpless; I cry. And I cry some more about how terrible it is, that the world isn't how I would like it to be. And than I realign, I pray. I focus. What is happening all over the world is not beautiful to watch and yet, all we can do is be aligned, focus on our energy and listen for gods ques to us. So realign, listen to the answers you already have, feel the energy and warmth we are all sending and take the next step. Led by God, creating an all powerful energy guided by love, with which you can and will move mountains and change exactly that which brought you so much pain. As you have so many times before, if you would only know!8 months ago · 24
Roslyn DelvalleI ❤️ being hispanic and feel everyone should ❤️ their ethnicity too bc it's your special story and customes of your parents & ancestors. With that being said everyone should respect all diversities equally bc if not it's like disrespecting ones mother, & that's when it can get real. Deep down inside America and the world knows that in the black communities there in lies beauty, strength, family values, culture, and well educated individuals. I mean, need I say more we have a black president and our 1st lady is by far one of the most smart, beautiful yet charismatic 1st ladies I've seen to date. Let's also talk about the humor! I've laughed so loud & hard at the way a story or joke is told. I grow up on watching the Cosby show, Martin, in living color, Fresh Prince!. Music OMG I love R&B, HIP HOP etc. Sports Hello MJ, Coby etc. The majority of my teachers were Black women, along with the woman who gave me my start on my career path. How can anyone even think BL don't M of course they do. What you see here is hate due to fear, jealousy and envy. So don't put yourself down for how u look whether Hispanic, Black, Asian, Etc whatever your nationality, we all have something special to bring to this world. We need ALL of the Rich and wealthy Minorities to come together & demand change in our judicial system. May I suggest Oprah, MJ, along W those wealthy minority non-celeb's W power.. U know who u r, In addition to posting on social media, making music videos, stopping by local PD stations. I would love to see the very well established minorities start firing up those private jet planes to meet the actual ppl who change the laws! If Jay Z can bring a flock of VIP music Moguls to create Tidal, then geez someone do the same for the CAUSE. I'm Just saying I haven't seen a special group of VIP's all show up at the DOORSTEP of these legislators.8 months ago · 32
Sha ShaI think people dont understand what black lives matters really means it means that in our world black people we dont matter to other races so thats why we say that black lives matter just like any other race for centuries black people us we have been ignore like by the press the world basically its only now that people are starting to I guess care black people have been treated like crap not only by some law enforcement not all but by the world remember yall came and got us but even our on race dont care about each other until something major happens lets start caring and understanding each other before the major stuff surfaces so yes black lives matter all lives matter no matter what race we are remember God loves u not what race u are we all should love one another for who we are not what race we are lets stop judging situations based on what race is in them but only by what it is about so in general we all matter everybody everywhere God bless8 months ago · 5
Lisa PorterBeautifully said. We are all going through a torrent of emotions. I pray everyone can find a way through it and land in the lap of love. I spend most days just repeating, I don't understand how..how they could, how he would, how they follow him.......I'm lost and more than a bit afraid for our nation. You are loved sweety, by so many many people. I hope you can find some peace for yourself so that you can share it with others.8 months ago · 11
Tina MillerI just don't understand I guess, you have everything! Fame, fortune, beauty, live in my shoes for a day or two or a month, on 600$ a month after insurance and rent, food, electricity, water, phone...you are black, its a color, ALL lives matter...if being black is the only struggle in life, then somehow paint me black. There is way too much other suffering in the world, than woe is me! Sorry if it offends anyone, but I'm tired of seeing, hearing black lives matter all the time. I as a white woman, an individual, should not be punished and discriminated against for the color of my skin, for what others of my skin color has done, but lately that is what its turning into, and its not fair.8 months ago · 19
Dee PimentalMy heart hurts for all man kind. My heart hurts for you as well. Until we all can find peace within ourselves how can we show love and compassion for each other. My heart hurts for all the hate in our world. We should lift each other up, not knock one another down. I am no better than anyone else in this world. I have no super power, but my heart is open to loving everyone! I just wish more people were willing to move on and do the same. Teach our next generation to love the person not the skin color. Except each other for who they are regardless of religion, political views etc. Jada Pickett-Smith I love you for the compassionate loving caring wonderful actress that you are!8 months ago · 9
Kenneth GambillWhen you are defined by other people... you will always be defined by other people. When you are defined by a society or culture you will be defined by that society or culture and when either are threatened.. you will be threatened. Yet you will always be faceless even when they know your name; just another icon with labels of deeds attached to you, but even these aren't you as a person. You do matter. You matter to your Husband, your kids, your family and your friends. You matter to those that choose to make you matter. More importantly, You should always matter to yourself. Black lives do matter. It's not up to society or even Black culture to demonstrate how. It's up to each individual.8 months ago · 21
Michael Epps Sr.Jada you love you and I love you Jada you love me and I love me Jada that is how we all feel is what I truly believe Jada you're right our power is only nourished through how much we're willing to love And Jada there has never been and there will never be a more greater love a more powerful love than the love Blacks have for one another, because anything others can do we can do better and that includes love😍😘😍😘😍😘😍!8 months ago · 15
Andrea Vora-AriasIt isn't jus black lives matter is about #humanitylivesmatter I know how you feel because I feel the same way. But my strength comes from G'D.... and one more thing, only until we accept each other and respect nothing gonna change.8 months ago · 7
Neil SidlowStart to act like the victor rather than the victim. You act as if you lead a horrible life, people would risk dying to have the type of lifestyle you enjoy. Get off the high horse and start to be apart of Making America Great Again!8 months ago · 1
Melissa Missy JohnsonAmen. Thank you for sharing your true self with us. I believe that it is when we are weak, vulnerable and anonymous that we are our strongest because then and only then do we move and have one being in our Higher Power's love, grace, and might. Peace and blessings to you.8 months ago · 2
Carolyn McmillanI applaud the strength it had to take, for you as a world famous, international star, to step out of the Hollywood persona, and to be human, to be real. Your words were beautiful, full of good spiritual energy, uplifting and inspiring. Blessings to you, Will, your family.8 months ago · 6
Tim KeltnerJada Pinkett Smith - You and your husband and your beautiful children matter more than you know. You stand as an example of an American family with values we can all look up to. You stand in the spotlight and use your celebrity to say "we are America and we are here to stay!" You matter. Believe me, you matter!8 months ago · 6
Margaret Monaghan CromeansYou are not alone but it's the first time you've included ALL not just signaled out one col or one person, you are right we ALL need to love ourselves first & then each other...💜 No matter what, you do matter, we ALL do! Hugs8 months ago · 4
Jason HarrisonJada Mrs.Obama is a refreshing woman.....I think though You have a point that Most people do Forget Where the Hell they come From and for example just use "Barack",or a Clinton how to do that....but anyways not about politics truly You and Will have inspired me for Years TRULY Thanks....always YOUR FAN AND HEY JADA KEEP YA HEAD UP🐒8 months ago · 1
Brenda KamomoAs an African woman, I watch what's happenning with so much pain in my heart, we've always believed America 2b aheaven to us from poor and war torn countries, seeing that in this era racsim is still athing makes me grieve, jada uve always been my inspiration and all women, God bless u aburdantly8 months ago · 3
Jennifer CloydYou always right such beautiful messages. I know it's not the same and I'll never understand completely. I think as a woman, a mother and a wife we have something in common. I can see you have a big heart and all you do is I the matter of educating and in love. I was told all my life that I was never smart enough, only because I have a learning disabilities. I have 2 degrees now and I'm happily married to a great man. My son is my one great achievement. My point is to be strong and know there are so many people out there that respect and adore your message. God bless you and your family. I'm not sure if this will reach you but that's ok.8 months ago · 2
Peter BisherDon't let that negatively affect you as a person it shouldn't matter what skin you are just being a person that has a lot to offer to the community and your surroundings.its a ugly way to mention black lives matter this world has a lot of hatred8 months ago
Marvin WilliamsDear Jada, I've yet to read your post about Michelle Obama's speech but always had a crush on you not just because you're beautiful but because your a strong,true,real woman.... So with that said ,keep your head up....anytime you speak it will be heard & there will always be those who disagree, you were given this strength for a reason....you not continuing to use it would be a crime...7 months ago
How often have we seen white privilege, white beauty and ambition “trump” the intelligence, beauty and prowess of women of color throughout history? How often have our cries of injustice gone unheard, rendering us invisible? Today, a grave mistake was made when someone believed that Michelle Obama, the first African-American First Lady, was somehow still invisible enough that we would forget her 2008 speech. FLOTUS… ain’t the one! Her speech from 2008 was remembered because our contributions MATTER! Black women, Native American women, Asian women, Latin women and so on have all made contributions to this country that MATTER even if there are so many who try to forget or invalidate that truth.
If this country could simply let go of the good ol’ boy’s rule… “never apologize”, we actually may have an opportunity to heal the many injustices that have been committed on this soil. Until then…I don’t know.
But if a 14 year old, Royce Mann, can get it…why can’t we? ... See MoreSee Less
Royce Mann, 8th grader from Atlanta, GA, USA, wrote and performed this slam poem as part of a school competition. He ended up taking home first place.
Heather Trifari NelsonMan I see a lot of white people on this thread uncomfortable with the fact a successful black woman is calling out racism. All the "blacks are just as racist" are the things we tell ourselves to justify that we are good people, or to allow us to sleep at night saying black people bring it on themselves because these conversations make us uncomfortable. You tell yourself that these things happened almost 100 years ago things are better now and it doesn't happen anymore they need to get over it all ready. Well let me tell you it IS and STILL does happen today. Open your eyes. BLM is important because they do matter. The two men that killed all the officers are dead. justice was given instantly. We prove that Blue lives matter. What justice has been given to Alton Sterling and Philando Castile?8 months ago · 842
Shelley MortonI am sick to death of the race card being played! She stole the speech because she is stupid not because michelle obama doesn't matter because she is black! You are putting fuel onto the fire all the time. If a white person had done a post like this about a black person there would have been uproar. Racism works both ways. Remember that.8 months ago · 563
Sam Jessica WilsonStop dividing the world with this constant black and white issue...........enough already!!Twitter,Facebook,Tv and all media are making these issues worse cos when one person writes or speaks what they think the whole world jumps on the bandwagon!God created different races for a reason,and you cannot change that with all this "White Privilege" story.Asian,blacks,whites,Indians,latinos and the list goes on and on are all different for a reason BECAUSE GOD made it that way!!You can scream at the top of your lungs til Kingdom come it won't change nothing.That's the way the world began and that's the way the world will continue til the END of time.People will talk,write,form movements it won't change nothing all it will bring is more hatred and division..........that's a fact!8 months ago · 159
Raj GovenderI come from South Africa. .the last country in the world to abolish apartheid some twenty years ago..we still have a long way to go to eradicate racism even though the laws have changed and according to the rules everyone is equal. I would have thought Americans started this process long before us and would have been unified against racism but watch the news I can see lots of tensions between the races. You are a superpower and a strong unified America will go a long way in helping the plight of people the world over..my humble appeal is to put our differences aside and work towards a better future for your kids and all of mankind. Maybe that billions used at NASA should be used to teach each other love and respect.8 months ago · 117
Chris WarrenFrom reading a few of these comments, it has become clear we can come up with a reason, an excuse, or opposition to just about anything. If you are Caucasian, you can only guess to the understanding of what think racism against African Americans is. You haven't experienced it, or lived it. Admit that you have no clue and move on.8 months ago · 115
Charva Franklin-JacksonOkay as I just told some friends of mine. Donald Trump can buy anything he wants... Why didn't he buy his wife some sense.. Melania Trump wants to be the 1st Lady of the United States of America right? Her speech should have come from her heart no one should have written it or given it to her.. As Mrs. Obama is an educated female I know she was very genuine in her 2008 speech. Yes ma'am or sirs that speech left a mark on someone because it popped up in 2016... Kudos to Mrs. Obama she is truly the epitome of class and sophistication.. Once again I say Donald wants to deport everyone start off with letting your wife deport herself... We are strong and intelligent Americans and simply, "Ain't got time for that!" Have a good morning y'all..8 months ago · 40
Jackie HerbI loved most posts as you seem to try building people up, however as of late; all I see is your division by race. I understand there are issues but in a time that we need unity more than ever YOU choose to point out divisions and separations. "Stirring the pot" so to speak. You say let go of "the good ole boy rule" and I agree but we also need to let go of the "whoa is me attitude" just because of someone's skin color!8 months ago · 43
Clara B-RumsWhy do you, a woman in the public eye, with a voice louder then most, keep referring to race? Are we not all but one race? The human race? I understand that major injustices have occurred throughout history, and in recent history to black people, and atrocities are happening this very moment in Syria for example, but please stop differentiating, teach LOVE not FEAR! We are all brothers and sisters. Of coutse Black lives matter, white, Asian, Arab and Latin lives matter too! Stop the superiority, preach equality.8 months ago · 43
Debbie Vaughn EdsallYet there are no organizations out there for strictly while people like there are black! We don't have the NAACP to back us. We're not permitted to have all white colleges or beauty pageants like blacks are. So who has the true "privilege" here these days?? This is an excuse not to work hard and fight for your own dreams!! You feel blacks deserve some special privilege because of the struggles from decades ago! I say you need to work hard and earn it, just like every other person on this planet has to do!! Stop using your race as a reason to escape it!8 months ago · 54
Donna WilliamsRight on Jada! Melania's action of stealing the first African-American First Lady's speech is an act of blatant racism. Oh hell, I'm White, I can definitely steal Michelle Obama's speech. That act of plagiarism is certain invalidation for sure. I wasn't sure where Royce Mann was going with his poem initially. Kudos to him for saying take the ladder and make it into a bridge.8 months ago · 26
Audrey StennisI keep telling y'all they mimicked us. They are wannabes what we are. Were there motivator, there substance of what they act out, what's real in us. Tell those wicket, evil doers kill themselves. While we still rise. Brutality to the mind of a righteous Queen & King shall slander upon judgement day! They take what they want period. In other countries as well.8 months ago · 19
Staci YoungWow...I respect his thoughts which I believe like others to be true...however now spoken word is being taken..spoken word..is hip hop in its truest form..it is a means to give voice to the voiceless...8 months ago · 4
Matilde MarsiliWhites do not hate Blacks. Blacks hate Whites. Thankfully not all Blacks think that way. Since Obama the hatred has increased. People who used to love one another, blacks and whites are now beginning to hate each other. Go live in central Africa and see who has privilege there. Go live in India and see who have privilege there. Go live in China and see who has privilege there. It's not whites. Don't be jealous of whites. Africans have every opportunity as we do now so there should be no problem. We all get insulted by each other and no one cries the blues. Blacks insult every race too. So stop being a hypocrite. Whites don't want to be wannabes, Chinese don't want to be European, Indians don't want to be Chinese. Get real! Stop being a wus and woman up. Black or white who cares. You are adding to the evil that exists. No, you are not an activist. You are trouble. Martin Luther King was an activist.8 months ago · 11
Star VictoriaSo proud of Royce! He is a great kid and it's sad that his talent is being overshadowed by the hateful comments on this post. It is what he experienced, his white boy privilege so get over it people. We all have our own experience with race issues that do and have always existed in this countey. Leave him alone to tell the world his experience and just appreciate it.8 months ago · 12
Geneice CooperIt was an African American that plagiarized that speech. Politicians and their families have speech writers who compose their speeches. What color was the skin of Michelle Obama's speech writer in 2008 and does it really matter? No. There will be a separation between us due to the constant finger pointing for past atrocities whom the participants are long dead. They're legacy lives on in those on the defensive from those bent on their retribution. This must stop. Women are women and should not be segregated based on the color of their skin. Do not separate us by posing the question of whom suffered more from gender bias. No one forgot or belittled Michelle Obama's speech or works. Get your facts straight. An African American speech writer made a mistake configuring a speech and accidentally included phrases from notes regarding past speeches of those she admired. You know nothing of my ancestors struggles or even my ethnicity. This post is part of the problem we are currently having in this country.8 months ago · 10
Lynda DenfordI think there are talented people everywhere, there are also thugs, killers and thieves. I do not overlook anyone around me, I treat everyone as I would wish to be treated and there is a real mix of ethnicities in my neighbours and we all get on really well. Please try to not always think criticism is voiced only because someone is black, that's just silly. We have to be allowed our opinions, otherwise we all lose our identities. Let's just all make more effort to get on as one big family.8 months ago · 6
Cindy Cabyn PaquetteI think you are a remarkable woman... But please stop feeding the fire. You sound angry. Start offering solutions to problems. I don't know, maybe a charity or start spreading love, by visiting schools. Use your star power for good. You have an audience in real life, so try and stop segregating black from white. Start using the word human. Ps I'm a mix of light and dark, but I don't split myself into categories I am human 🙂 Peace my beautiful human8 months ago
Samantha TurnerDoes it matter, she shared an awesome youngmans' intellect, to show that children can be wise enough to decipher the difference,between right and wrong....which moved my heart, he's a baby with more sense and compassion than these hate spewing people of all races...What part didn't YOU ALL NOT GET !!!!!!! He has a beautiful mind.....God bless his heart, " Out of the mouths of babies" -BIBLE8 months ago · 12