Another former star of Will & Jada Pinkett-Smith’s show All Of Us is speaking out about entanglement gate.
A few days after LisaRaye shared her thoughts on Jada’s relationship with R&B singer August Alsina, her former co-star Elise Neal is now speaking out about her time starring on the Smith’s UPN sitcom.
According to Neal there was definitely tension between Will and Jada and their unhappiness spilled onset leading her to be “treated unfairly.”
“Now that’s rough for me. Everyone knows I was on the “All Of Us,” set, right?,” she said in an interview with Viral Hip-Hop news. “But here’s what I can say, feeling like something is going to pop me upside the head. If someone is unhappy, they spread that unhappiness to others. I wasn’t happy on that set because people treated me in a way that I could tell that they were unhappy.
“The bottom line, they have decided what their marriage is going to be. They have decided that a long time ago. I’m not involved in their marriage. They know what’s going on. If they decide that they’re going to come together and that’s the type of marriage that they want and they’re okay with that, we are not able to judge that. What I am going to judge is if I come to work for people and they bring that unhappiness on others, like myself. I felt that and received that on that set. And that’s sad to me. I am a very hardworking girl.”
Neal left the show in 2005 before it was ultimately canceled in 2007. At the time it was reported that she was leaving due to pay inequality between she and LisaRaye.
The show, which aired from 2003 – 2007, was based on the Smith’s real-life blended family with Duane Martin playing a divorced television entertainment reporter trying to co-parent and keep the peace between his fiancee (Neal) and his ex-wife (LisaRaye) who he shares a young son (Khamani Griffin) with.
Neal said she still has love for Will but couldn’t stay in an environment were she was unhappy.
“And I know Will and I love Will. I love Will as an individual. I don’t know a lot about him personally,” she clarified. “I just know I worked with him and I enjoyed working with him. So I was looking forward to having a very fun work experience. And I’m still sad that it was so not like that.”
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