With the premiere of her new Show ” Red Table Talk ” , Jada Pinkett Reveals which A-list Actress she has had a 15-20 year beef with

Jada Pinkett’s new talk show “Red table talk “premiered its first official episode May. 7th, 2018. The Facebook bound show consists of mind altering, candid conversations between family and friends; featuring three generations of Women featuring; Jada, her Mother Adrienne and Daughter Willow.


Though we are only one episode in, the tea is piping hot upon future episodes and all that has yet to come!

Word On the Street Is:

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Within one of the episodes Jada and another A-list actress have an intense heart to heart discussion and finally put to rest a 15-20-year old silent beef they’ve had. Sources from the media outlet “Gossip in the city “, has confirmed that the A-list beauty who Jada has had it out for almost two decades is none other than the Godiva Goddess herself Gabrielle Union! Rumor has it that these two have been beefing since the release of “Bad Boys 2 “, dated all the way back to 2003! Things began to get a little weird for Pinkett after the movie’s premiere, and the over flowing comments of Union & her love interest within the movie “Will Smith”, who were deemed to be “Such a great looking couple”.

““I have a really touching episode with Gabrielle Union,” she said. “We haven’t been on the best of terms for 17 years and we have a reconciliation.” 

“We don’t even know how it started”

But concludes that the beef is definitely over!

Sources state that at the time, Gabrielle Union was as she still is, a hot commodity, which lead to Will personally reaching out and requesting her for the role. I mean we get it Jada, who wouldn’t be a tad bit cray over their man, but is it that serious for a 15-20-year-old grudge?


Goes to show you, even as A-Celebs, all’s fair within love, war & girl code! Nonetheless, we are glad to see two of our favorite ladies, burry the beef!


The Red table talk can be watched on the social media platform Facebook, Only!

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