The extensive efforts Jada Pinkett Smith put into promoting her memoir, ‘Worthy,’ have undeniably borne fruit. In a mere week after its release, the memoir has catapulted onto The New York Times Best Sellers list, securing the impressive rank of No. 3.
This remarkable achievement has been met with jubilation, particularly from Will Smith, who, in the wake of the book’s rollout, has weathered considerable scrutiny in the media. Nevertheless, Smith has remained steadfast in his support for Pinkett Smith.
In a heartfelt video shared on her Instagram account, Jada Pinkett Smith reflected, “I was sitting here thinking that there was a time where women actually had to take on the names of men in order to be published, and here we have four women at the top of the bestsellers list. I’m deeply grateful.”
It’s worth noting that the other three women sharing this accomplishment are Rachel Maddow, Cassidy Hutchinson, and Dolly Parton. Will Smith also joined in the celebration, leaving a comment that reads, “‘New York Times Best Selling Author, Jada Pinkett Smith’ CONGRATS, MAMA! Big Looks.'”