The Jada Pinkett Smith-Gabrielle Union feud is over. Wait, what feud?

The Jada Pinkett Smith-Gabrielle Union feud is over. Wait, what feud?

When asked if their beef is over, Jada said, "Oh, definitely". "The first episode is with Will's ex-wife Sheree, where we talk about 23 years of co-mothering, and the journey that my mother and Willow had taken on that with me, and our relationship and what we've been through, and our mother-daughter relationship and then Willow and I", she said.

"She was like, 'Oh yeah, because I just knew that it was private time, and I wasn't supposed to be there'". I wanted to be her best friend, but when you're raising a child, she has friends.

Zampino and Pinkett Smith get along so well today that Zampino is even the first guest on Pinkett Smith's new Facebook Watch talk show Red Table Talk.

Jada says the show is deeply personal, telling Tanika, "I have a really touching episode with Gabrielle Union".

"She explained: "'Red Table Talk' is about raw truth, love and deep passion. "And you said, 'It's my house now'". "Willow was giving me a couple of those", Jada told Vulture in an new interview.

"I want you to know that Will Smith let me have it", Jada admits. "I thought it was important to have that conversation because she was my entry point to motherhood".

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"The week [Will] told me he was introducing you to Trey", Sheree said.

"When we first started doing the Christmases together with the entire family, I was like, 'Really?' I'm not understanding really why it's necessary for Sheree and everybody to be here, '" she said.

"I know this baby daddy is a lot!" When we get to the red table, you hear about the stuff that didn't go so well!

"I never wanted him to feel like he was separate", Jada said.

Despite discussing it publicly, Jada confessed she had not yet told husband Will, and is keen to see his reaction when he sees the Facebook Watch episode. "She needs you to be a mother to provide boundaries and security".