Jada Pinkett Smith Rules Out Threesome After One-Time Experiment in Early 20s
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During a discussion on her Facebook Watch show 'Red Table Talk', the actress mother of Willow Smith explains why her previous experience of the sexual act made her choose not to repeat it again.

AceShowbiz - Actress Jada Pinkett Smith was turned off the idea of threesomes after experimenting with one in her early 20s.

The "Girls Trip" star has become known for sharing candid details about her personal life on her Facebook Watch show "Red Table Talk", which she co-hosts with her daughter Willow Smith and mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, and in their next episode, she opens up about one sexual encounter she didn't really think much of.

In a People.com preview, Jada, who is married to Will Smith, keeps it real as she responds to a fan who asked if she's ever had a threesome.

"I had a threesome once," the 47-year-old shared, as Willow covered her eyes. "I was very, very young. Like early 20s."

"I didn't like it," she continued. "It just didn't have the level of intimacy (I wanted). But I tried it once and I was like, 'Well, that's not for me.' "

Jada admits she may have felt differently about the sexual act had she felt a deep connection with the two others involved.

"I always think if I was in love with two people, that's another level," she explained. "I could see and join a threesome then, but I was a kid. I saw two cute people and I was like, 'Hey.' "

"(It was) a sexual experiment," her mum commented.

Jada's comments about her sex life were made as she, Willow, and Adrienne examined alternatives to the traditional idea of marriage, and met with two women and a man involved in a three-way romance, known as a 'throuple'.

The new episode of "Red Table Talk" airs online on Monday, June 24.

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