EXCLUSIVE: Jada Pinkett & Will Smith Reportedly Looking To ADOPT A CHILD!!!

Media Take Out Staff |

Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith may be on the verge of becoming parents again. Media Take Out spoke with a person close to the couple who tell us that Jada and Will are exploring adoption.

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The insider told Media Take Out, “They have talked about being parents again, and I hear that they have engaged one of the top adoption agencies. I don’t know whether they are actually adopting a child, or just looking into it, but they’re both pretty excited about it.”

The insider wasn’t able to offer any insight into the age, or race of the child that Will and Jada are potentially looking into bringing into their family, Media Take Out has learned.

Jada and Will already have two children together, Willow, 21, and Jaden, 23, and Will has another son, Trey, 29, from a previous relationship.

Will is 54 years old and Jada’s 51, so they both have plenty of life left – so if they decide to do it … we DEFINITELY support them.

Who knows, maybe a new child in their home can do good for their marriage – which has been in shambles lately.

Will first gained recognition as part of a hip hop duo with DJ Jazzy Jeff, with whom he released five studio albums and the US Billboard Hot 100 top 20 singles “Parents Just Don’t Understand”, “A Nightmare on My Street”, “Summertime”, “Ring My Bell”, and “Boom! Shake the Room” from 1984 to 1994. He released the solo albums Big Willie Style (1997), Willennium (1999), Born to Reign (2002), and Lost and Found (2005), which contained the US number one singles “Gettin’ Jiggy wit It” and “Wild Wild West”. He has received four Grammy Awards for his rap performances.

Smith achieved wider fame as a leading man in films such as the action film Bad Boys (1995), its sequels Bad Boys II (2003) and Bad Boys for Life (2020), and the sci-fi comedies Men in Black (1997), Men in Black II (2002), and Men in Black 3 (2012). After starring in the thrillers Independence Day (1996) and Enemy of the State (1998), he received Academy Award for Best Actor nominations for his portrayal as Muhammad Ali in Ali (2001), and as Chris Gardner in The Pursuit of Happyness (2006). He then starred in a range of commercially successful films, including I, Robot (2004), Shark Tale (2004), Hitch (2005), I Am Legend (2007), Hancock (2008), Seven Pounds (2008), Suicide Squad (2016) and Aladdin (2019).

For his portrayal of Richard Williams in the biographical sports drama King Richard (2021), Smith won the Academy Award, BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, and Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actor.At the 2022 Academy Awards ceremony, Smith faced public backlash for slapping and shouting at Oscar presenter Chris Rock after Rock made a joke referencing Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett Smith. Smith subsequently resigned from the Academy and was banned from attending all Academy functions, including the Oscars, for ten years.

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