Jada, 41, who sparked controversy after saying "Will is his own man and can do whatever he wants", took to social networking site Facebook to clarify her remarks, reported Us magazine.
"Let me first say this, there are far more important things to talk about in regards to what is happening in the world than whether I have an open marriage or not. I am addressing this issue because a very important subject has been born from discussions about my statement that may be worthy of addressing," she posted on Facebook.
"Will and I both can do whatever we want, because we trust each other to do so. This does not mean we have an open relationship... this means we have a grown one," she further posted. Earlier Jada had cleared reports that there is no trouble in her marriage and the secret to their happy relationship is that they are independent people.
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