"Well, I haven’t talked to him since all of that simply because there's no reason to," said Alfonso, when asked if he'd reached out to Will since his Facebook post. "I find it really interesting. The media typically will put out there that they always want to tear people a part. I don’t understand the fascination with trying to make couples break up. And I think really what I think it is is when a couple doesn't mirror their own way about thinking about a relationship, then something must clearly be wrong."
"Every relationship is different. And they have an amazing relationship," he continued. "So it was nice for him to finally come out and say something and just put it to rest because every year, they're [supposedly] getting a divorce."
"Clearly, they're not getting a divorce," the actor concluded. "And I've spent a lot of time with Will and Jada and so there's no story there."