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Jada Pinkett Smith has released a new memoir, Worthy, in which she opens up about her life in unprecedented detail. The book is full of bombshells, but here are five of the biggest stories:

1. Jada Pinkett Smith sold crack cocaine as a teenager

Jada Pinkett Smith has revealed that she sold crack cocaine as a teenager in Baltimore. In her new memoir, Worthy, she writes that she did it to survive and to be independent, but that she hurt a lot of people along the way.

2. Jada Pinkett Smith has struggled with suicidal ideation

Jada Pinkett Smith has also revealed that she has struggled with suicidal ideation throughout her life. She says that she hit a particularly low point in her 40s, and that she was only saved by the plant-based ‘medicine’ ayahuasca.

3. Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith have taken ayahuasca multiple times

Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith have both taken ayahuasca multiple times, and their children have as well. Jada says that the drug has helped her to develop a new and intimate relationship with herself.

4. Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith have lived separately since 2016

Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith have lived separately since 2016. In her memoir, Jada writes that they are still married, but that they are working on their relationship in their own way.

5. Jada Pinkett Smith says she was asked out by Chris Rock

Jada Pinkett Smith says that Chris Rock asked her out on a date before the 2022 Oscars. She tells the story in her memoir, Worthy, and says that she declined his invitation.

Why should you read “Worthy” by Jada Pikett Smith? 

Jada Pinkett Smith’s memoir is a moving read. She is honest about her struggles with mental health, her marriage, and her past. 

It is important to note that ayahuasca is a controversial method for treating mental health issues. It is a powerful psychedelic drug, and it can have serious side effects. However, Jada Pinkett Smith’s story shows that it can also be a helpful treatment for some people.

Elena Leo, Ikon Magazine Arts & Lifestyle Editor

Elena Leo is the Arts & Lifestyle Editor of Ikon London Magazine.