During the closing segment of an episode of VH1's The Surreal Life, August Alsina appears to come out as gay and introduces a boyfriend.
August Alsina is calling CAP on claims that Tory Lanez didn't sucker punch him.
Now, he could just be using the hype around the Chris Rock slap to build some buzz for his latest cut, but we wouldn't be surprised if he's poking at Will Smith in hopes of getting hands put on himself too.
We are hearing from everyone about "the slap" except the individuals directly involved. Jada Pinkett's entanglement partner, August Alsina, has decided to chime in.
Even though 2020 has largely been a mess there have been some moments that have provided the masses endless joy. One image from Will Smith this summer has unintentionally grown into a pop culture phenomenon.
August Alsina is the messiest man on the Internets, hands down. The R&B crooner dropped a song called "Entanglements," an obvious wink to his relationship with Jada Pinkett-Smith, and it even features bars from Rick Ross.
Tory Lanez is not here for August Alsina's loose lips and decided to let him know on record. On Saturday (Jul 11), Tory Lanez decided to drop his new song inspired by Jada Pinkett's now-infamous Red Table Talk interview with husband, Will Smith, discussing the then rumored "entanglement" with singer August Alsina. After the jokes began to fly, Tory Lanez weighed in sharing his remix to Lil Biby and 42 Dugg's "We Paid", Lanez made sure to announce where his allegiance lies, calling out the Forever and a Day singer for "snitching" about the affair.
The fallout from the revelation that Alsina and Jada Pinkett-Smith did indeed have a relationship had one fan try to bring Palmer into the mess, making things worse for all involved.
August Alsina just received the confirmation he was waiting for regarding his rumored relationship with Jada Pinkett-Smith. On Friday (Jul 10), during a special episode of her Facebook Watch talk show Red Table Talk, Jada Pinkett-Smith brought herself to her infamous red table with husband Will Smith asking the tough