The headline last week concerning actor Will Smith was that he didn’t practice monogamy in his marriage to Jada Pinkett Smith. But the story unraveled further from there into complete moral insanity. From his sitcom start as the Fresh Prince to blockbuster appearances in the films “Independence Day” and “Men in Black,” Smith was once declared to be the most bankable star in Hollywood, with eight consecutive movies grossing over $100 million. Sadly, he has now become known for going public about his private sex life. In a “GQ” magazine interview he admitted to being unfaithful with his wife. He also noted that his wife was adulterous, including a public affair with August Alsina, a rapper nearly half her age.
Smith was raised in a Christian home but has strayed far from that. Worse yet, his three children have to watch this debacle played out in the press with an international airing of dirty laundry and disgusting turpitude. Smith defends his unusual marriage by saying that his wife was raised in a family with “unconventional relationships.” This means that Jada’s moral compass was skewed by rampant sin in her family of origin. Will says that for his part, marriage should not be “thinking of monogamy as the only relational perfection.” He went on to say, “Marriage for us can’t be a prison” and that “we have given each other trust and freedom.” Worse yet he describes his moral insanity as “the highest definition of love.”
This kind of double-talk, Hollywood-speak, got still worse when Smith admitted to his fantasy of having a harem of famous women. He got the idea by working with a tinsel-town so-called “relationship coach.” What? A relationship mentor giving guidance that includes encouraging multiple sexual partners while married with three children? Moral insanity!
As to his Christian upbringing, Smith went on to say that his former biblical beliefs were that evil thoughts were a sin according to the words of Jesus in Matthew 5:28 that to look with deliberate lust is sin. Smith now says, “even acting out on an impure thought didn’t make me a piece of s***.” Insanity. Evil. Because Smith was raised to believe in biblical morality, this extreme departure from moral truth can only be described as demonic. I’ve encountered many times evil spirits who go by the assignment of their names, such as Deception, Confusion, and Perversion. Will Smith badly needs an exorcism of these demons. It’s the only way he’ll ever completely escape his deliberately embraced moral insanity. And if you think Smith’s moral compass is OK, you also need an exorcism.