What August Alsina’s “Entanglement” lyrics tells us about his relationship with Jada Pinkett Smith

August Alsina’s latest single, Entanglement is telling us a whole lot about his relationship with Jada Pinkett.

August Alsina Entanglement lyrics on Jada Pinkett relationship with him

American singer, August Alsina released a new song called Entanglement on Saturday, and of course, the lyrics give us an in-depth on his relationship with Jada Pinkett.

In case you missed it, August Alsina got social media buzzing after he revealed during an interview that he had an intimate relationship with Jada Pinkett and even had the permission of her husband, Will Smith.

Things got interesting when Jada during her Red Table Show called the relationship an Entanglement.

Now, the word Entanglement has become everyone’s favorite word but August Alsina doesn’t seem to see an issue with the actress using the word to describe their relationship.

In an interview, the singer said that Entanglement means a complex and difficult relationship and so Jada wasn’t far fetched from the truth.

August Alsina in a surprise move dropped a song called Entanglement on Saturday featuring Rick Ross. Though he was slammed by of Will Smith says he is being disrespectful to the actor.

 

August Alsina – Entanglement Lyrics

“The definition of entanglement (No, oh-woah, oh, oh)
It’s when you’re tangled in the sheets (Yeah, yeah)
Girl I know that we don’t call it a relationship (No, oh, oh)
But you’re still fuckin’ with me (Oh), yeah (Yeah)
Entanglements, is when you tangled in them sheets
Entanglements, is when you’re tangled up with me
Entanglements (The number one’s here, it’s the Biggest), is when you’re gettin’ in too deep
Tangled up with me (Huh), tang—, tangled in them sheets (Yes)

Shawty leanin’ on my shoulder, got her questionin’ my willpower
Jaded by her beauty, but her reputation real solid
Mornin’ down the hallway, I can tell you about it
Caught up in the Matrix, and I doubt if I can get up out it (Come on, come on, huh)
Livin’ like there’s no tomorrow, met your boy with open arms
Tell you all my darkest stories, promise that you won’t depart
Keys to over forty cars, left me with a broken heart
Still I gotta get around, favorite artist was 2Pac
Watch a movie, then we freak it
Tangled up, I’m gettin’ deeper (Yeah)
Do this shit like every weekend, guess I’m just her little secret (Come on, come on)
Entanglement is when a man’ll lick until you tremble (Huh)
Saddest part is I still love you, just to keep it simple (Biggest)

I’m bein’ honest baby, don’t want no strings attached (Uh-uh)
You just want a nigga that’s gon’ break your back (Break your back)
I’m half? No, I ain’t ’bout to play with that (Play with that)
You left your man to fuck with me, just to pay him back
Don’t you know that’s cold hearted?
Once you gone, no comin’ back
Girl, you fuckin’ with a youngin’, I doin’ shit you like
Don’t do talkin’ when I see you, all your hear’s love sounds
Goin’ round for round, you want a nigga that take you down (This a special bond but it ain’t true)

I’m on my way, yeah (Skrr)
I’ma pull up when he dip (Skrr)
He’s always think me and you fuckin’ (Woo)
If he see me, he gon’ trip
House with no key (Key, key)
Girl I know I fucked up your hair
Lay you down, and hit it right there
Lay you down, and hit it right there, oh, oh
That ain’t my girl, but I got the key
To the crib and to your car (To the crib and to her heart)
She don’t wanna label shit but she needs me in her life (In her life, yeah)
I don’t have to label shit to fit it in her life, life, lifestyle
We gon’ keep it poppin’ shawty, you my lil’ secret (You my lil’ secret)
Just took the lingerie around you, takin’ off next weekend
Know it’s wrong but feels right (It feels so right, yeah)
Know it’s wrong but feels right”

Meaning of the Lyrics

The lyric “Girl I know we don’t call it a relationship,” seems to August agreeing with Jada’s description of their rendezvous, which she refers to an Entanglement than a relationship.

Entanglements is when you tangled in them sheets, Entanglements, is when you’re tangled up with me” a reference to whatever happened between them behind closed doors.

I’m bein’ honest baby, don’t want no strings attached (Uh-uh)
You just want a nigga that’s gon’ break your back (Break your back)
I’m half? No, I ain’t ’bout to play with that (Play with that)
You left your man to fuck with me, just to pay him back
Don’t you know that’s cold hearted?

In those lines, he seemly throws shades at Jada for using him as rebound when her marriage to Will hit the rocks.

Though the Smith couple never told us they went on a break from each other, we know it was the void that allowed Jada get entangled with August.

Then in the third verse, August throws a sub at Will saying that the actor might have known about them being intimate every time he saw him.

Adding that even though Jada isn’t technically his woman, he has the keys to her car, house, and even her heart.

He goes on to say how despite the fact that Jada didn’t want to label whatever it was they were having, she still wanted him in her life.

“She don’t wanna label shit but she needs me in her life (In her life, yeah)
I don’t have to label shit to fit it in her life”

The song technically speaks on how complicated relationships and situationship can get when there are different issues involved.

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