An online petition at change.org launched by Dexter Morales on 26th November garnered up to 11000 signatures in a week.
The petition is about urging the journalists to “quit interviewing” Will and Jada Smith.
Dexter Morales stated that he was eyeing to get up to 2500 signatures as he thought “this petition is more likely to get picked up by local news,” but the response on the petition is nothing but overwhelming.
The reason behind this petition is the gruesome details the couple gives about its personal life and it seems like now people are also fed up with listening to the details of the personal lives of Will and Jada Smith.
Jada Smith recently discussed on her talk show how her husband fails to fulfill her sexually and she has been quite open about her addiction to alcohol, pornography, sex, cannabis, and ecstasy.
On the other hand, the superstar Will Smith released his biopic confessional memoir titled Will, in which he gave grave details about the troubled marriage he had along with his fantasy of a “harem of girlfriends.” The Men in Black actor discussed his complicated relationship with his father as well his experience with drugs especially psychedelic drugs.
Will Smith has confessed that he has always been jealous of the friendship his wife had with late rapper Tupac Shakur and he was at one time madly in love with one of his co-stars Stockard Channing.
Jada Smith confessed that she had a somewhat sexual relationship with the infamous rapper August Alsina.
The last nail on the coffin was when Will Smith revealed that he was cheated on by an ex-girlfriend because of having “too much sex” and that made him puke and he fell ill because of a “psychosomatic reaction.”
This last revelation made the public gag and sign the petition urging the journalists to refrain from interviewing this celebrity couple who just don’t understand what information is supposed to be kept private and what should be shared in public. According to some fans who signed the petition they said they are “fed up” with hearing about the personal lives of the actors