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Did Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith Split? Rep, Son, Friends Say Divorce Rumors False

Will Smith Jada Pinkett Smith split divorce separate rumors

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith divorce rumors aren't true!

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith split rumors have been swirling today, but it looks like the divorce rumors are false, according to a family member and their rep.

Did Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith split?

A family member tells RadarOnline that Will and Jada are still together:

“This is absolutely not true,” the family member shares, adding, “No way are they splitting up. They are totally together and are not separating.”

Another source who works with Will tells RadarOnline, “The rumors are not true. Not sure who the source was but they are wrong. All is good in their relationship.”

Still another friend calls out the tabloid report, saying the rumor is “100 percent not true…It’s total bulls***.”

As for an official statement from Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith’s rep, well, it sounds like he’s got zero knowledge of any upcoming divorce plans either, telling TMZ.com: “What? In Touch said that? I know nothing about this… Lord. I’m going back to bed.”

In response to a rumor that Jada Pinkett-Smith and March Anthony had an affair, their rep told People.com: “All the rumors regarding Marc Anthony and Jada are false. Completely untrue. As for [the reports of a split between] Will and Jada, I’m not commenting on their personal life.”

Marc Anthony’s rep noted: “We unequivocally deny this. Enough is enough. There are families involved, children involved, friendships involved. This is NOT true.”

Will Smith’s son, Trey has shot down any divorce rumors as well, taking to Twitter to write: “Did #WillandJada split? No they did NOT split ! False information ..its not true RETWEET!!!”

Image: PacificCoastNews.com

Can this just be another Crazy Celebrity Rumor?

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