Relationship rumors have swirled around the couple for quite some time, some are convinced that Alsina and jada had a secret affair. The Alsina in 2019 track “None of your business” fueled speculation, as he included the line: “You make me feel like it was an act, you’re just an actress/put on a show you don’t want to know.” Official video of the track also took part shot of a message from a love interest, listed as “root”, which just so happens to be the birth-given middle name jada.
Alsina would be to deny the relationship rumors and insisted “none of your business” is not about The Girls Both actress.
“To be clear, the song is not about Jada. It’s just a song , and free artistic expression, was the story already in its original format,” – wrote in Instagram, As reported by XXL. “Thank you for all your love around music, and more to come but please know that I and my best (@jadapinkettsmith )good! And we will always be as 4Life!”
Alsina now changed his testimony.
During a promo for the new album Product III: stateofEMERGEncy and its accompanying five part documentary seriesthe singer sat down with Angela Yee to discuss his controversial links with jada. Alsina claimed that he and actress were romantically involved, and that he decided to tell him the truth in an attempt to clear his name.
“People can have any ideas they like. But what I’m not okay with my character in question … ” – he said at about 16:30 mark. “Contrary to what some people may believe, I’m not a troublemaker. I don’t like drama. Drama actually makes me sick. I also don’t think it ever important for people to know what I’m doing, who I’m with, who I date, right? But in this case, there are so many people who looked askance … I lost money, friendship, relations for him. And I think it’s because people don’t necessarily know the truth. But I never did anything wrong. I love these people (Kuznetsov) … They are beautiful people.”
Alsina went on to say that the relationship is not a secret affair, suggesting that jada and her husband, Will Smithfree the marriage.
“I actually sat down and had a conversation … he gave me His blessing,” he said. “And I fully gave myself to that relationship for many years of my life, and I sincerely and really, really, really loved and a lot of love for her (jada). I have devoted. I gave my all to him. So much so that I can die right now and be okay, knowing that I fully gave myself to someone … some people never learn that in this life.”
He continued: “this conversation is difficult because [it’s] hard for people to understand. But once it starts to affect me and my livelihood, I have to speak my truth … just a few steps from her butchered me … he almost killed me. Not nearly. He did—he pushed me into another person … he broke me … this will probably be the hardest thing I ever had to experience in this life. It’s hard because I don’t want to be a person, to cause confusion or step on any toes, but I want to honor myself, and I want to honor my authenticity. And if honor its authenticity means that you hate me, stone me, Kill me, Crucify me, that will Bury me an honest man.”
Alsina and Yi went on to discuss another heartbreaking moment in the artist’s life: losing his sister, Chandra, who died in late 2018 after a battle with cancer.
“I remember standing behind my sister, sobbing. I remember my cousin pulled me away from her, saying, She was gone. You have to let her go,” Alsina recalled. “You never know (my cousin) you know, I not only cried about my sister, I cried for myself. I cried for myself, as I knew this because I died at this moment. Who I was, everything I thought I was, everything I thought I knew about myself, he died. I couldn’t be that person anymore. I saw my sister die, and she should never live your life to the full”.
Alsina said his sister was “afraid of everything” – so much so that she missed so many experiences.
“I’m getting my sister a car, but she’s afraid to ride. She never drove a car because she’s scared to get on the highway. After my brother was killed, she was scared of everything. She never lived its full life,” he said. “I just don’t want to be … I want to live my life to the full. I want to die empty, whatever it meant to give myself my three children are now committing themselves in love or relationships, committing themselves to a career, devoting myself to being healthy. I imagine something because it makes me feel alive”.
You can watch the full interview above. Alsina and talks about life with a rare autoimmune disease, his relationship with his father, and he believes there should be more trust among the black community.
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