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Will and Jada deny rumors of separation

So the hot new story on the blogsphere this morning is that Will and Jada are calling it quits. Let me just dissect this real quick, an "insider" contacted In Touch Weekly to tell them of the split. In Touch Weekly takes the "tip" and decides to post a story...or should I say a preview of the story. If you want the real story, you have to buy this weeks edition of their magazine. LoL...pardon my laugh but seriously. Isnt this the same In Touch Weekly that was NOT invited for media coverage to Kim Kardishian's wedding.....Hmmmmmmm. Gotta find a way to get people to still buy your magazine this week right? TMZ caught wind of the story and placed a call into Jada's rep, Karynne Tencer, who then issued the statement, "What? In Touch said that? I know nothing about this ... Lord. I'm going back to bed." Keep in mind neither Will nor Jada has issued any statement, and there is no court document to back up the claim. 

A family member has reported to RadarOnline, "This is absolutely not true,” a family member --who did not want to be identified – exclusively told Tuesday about the rumors that the couple has broken up. Meanwhile,  a separate source that works very closely with Smith at his production company, Overbrook Entertainment,  exclusively told “The rumors are not true. Not sure who the source was but they are wrong. All is good in their relationship.” No way are they splitting up. They are totally together and are not separating," the family member said.

TammyTalks thinks its FICTION, but time will tell. As I get will too.

Will and Jada has issued a statement: “Although we are reluctant to respond to these types of press reports, the rumors circulating about our relationship are completely false. We are still together, and our marriage is intact”"We are still together, and our marriage is intact."

Will's eldest son Trey also took to Twitter to shut down the rumors

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