Jada Pinkett-Smith says T.I will address virginity comments on ‘Red Table Talk’

Pinkett-Smith revealed that the rapper will be her next guest on the Facebook Watch show

PICTURED: Jada Pinkett-Smith

JADA PINKETT-Smith has revealed that she’ll be sitting down with T.I to address the rapper’s controversial comments about his daughter’s virginity.

The discussion will take place on the actress’ Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk and she revealed the news while at the screening of the drama Hala at this year’s AFI Fest in Hollywood.

“My next big guest is Tip. T.I. is coming to the table. Yes indeed. And of course, he’s going to address the controversy that has been swirling.”

She added: “We just shot that [episode of Red Table Talk] today. And then he and [his wife] Tiny sit down and talk about how they survived, in regards to their marriage. So that will be next Monday.”

T.I has faced criticism over recent comments made in an episode of the Ladies Like Us podcast, hosted by R&B singer Miguel’s wife Nazanin Mandi and Nadia Moham.

During the episode, the 39-year-old rapper shared that he has “yearly trips to the gynecologist” with his 18-year-old daughter Deyjah to “check her hymen.”

“Deyjah’s 18, just graduated high school now, and she’s attending her first year of college, figuring it out for herself. And yes, not only have we had the conversation (about sex), we have yearly trips to the gynaecologist to check her hymen.”

He added: “I will say as of her 18th birthday, her hymen is still intact.”

Following the backlash from T.I’s comments, the episode has been deleted and his daughter has deactivated her Instagram account.

T.I. and Tiny will appear on Red Table Talk on November 25.

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