Goodness Gracious: Jada Pinkett-Smith Talks Contemplating Suicide, Admits Granny Taught Her How To Masturbate–At 9 Years Old??

Goodgooglymoogly, Jada Pinkett-Smith is sharing all kinds of family secrets and stuff but she recently topped everything else she put out on the streets with a shocking and shudder-worthy revelation: her grandma taught her how to masturbate.

Blessedly, Jada didn’t divulge details on exactly how ole granny taught her to get off, but she credited Big Mama for giving her the blueprint to getting there.

“My grandmother taught me about self-pleasuring because she wanted me to know that that pleasure was from me,” Pinkett Smith says. “She didn’t want me to fall into the hands of a man, and if he gave me pleasure, to think that that was him. And she taught me at 9!”, the veteran actrss and mom of two admitted.

Pinkett-Smith hosts her own Facebook Watch show titled Red Table Talk, and sex is a frequent topic. Pinkett-Smith has also admitted that daughter Willow walked in on her and husband Will doing the damn thing.

By the way, Jada is throwing Tea–but she still hasn’t confirmed long-running rumors that she and hubby Will are champion swingers, though.

We’ll have to wait and see about that one, I guess?

Meanwhile, Pinkett-Smith admitted to her daughter and mom that she had become addicted to masturbation, which I heard can happen.

“I think by your age, I gave myself multiples first,” Pinkett Smith tells Willow’s friend Telana Lynum during the program. “Multiple orgasms. I was really into it at one point. Just because I was in an exploration state and I was abstaining from men.

“And I actually think I went through kind of an addiction, too, with it. And then one day, I was like, ‘Enough. You’re having five orgasms a day.’ ”

In a social media posting, Jada also touched on the subject of suicide, admitting she seriously contemplated taking her own life. The topic has become a major one in light of several recent, high-profile suicides committed by celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, and fashion designer Kate Spade.

“With the suicides of Kate and Anthony it brought up feelings of when I was in such despair and had considered the same demise…often,” she wrote. “In the years I spent towards my healing, many moons ago, I realized the mind and heart can be extremely delicate without the foundation of a formidable spirit. What I eat, what I watch on TV, what music I listen to, how I care for my body, my spiritual practice, what people I surround myself with, the amount of stress I allow and so on… either contribute to or deteriorate my mental health. Mental health is a daily practice for me. It’s a practice of deep self-love.”–Jada Pinkett-Smith