Jada Pinkett Smith's 'Worthy' Hits No. 4 on New York Times Bestsellers List, Earns Praise from Will Smith
Will Smith expresses pride in his wife Jada Pinkett Smith's recent accomplishment: Her book "Worthy" hits The New York Times bestseller list.
Which has secured the number 4 position in the non-fiction book category by combining print and e-book sales. ,
Jada, 52, expressed her gratitude on Instagram as she shared the news, thanking her supporters including the "RTT family" and "worthy warriors."
He stressed the importance of people knowing their story beyond the headlines.
In a video message, Jada acknowledges and credits three other female authors in the top five of the bestseller list.
Including Rachel Maddow (author of "Prequel"), Cassidy Hutchinson (author of "Enough"), and Dolly Parton (author).
She reflects on the historical challenges that women have faced when attempting to publish under male pseudonyms.
Will Smith joined in the celebration by leaving a comment in the Instagram post, where he lovingly referred to Jada as "'New York Times Best Selling Author, Jada Pinkett Smith" and offered his congratulations.