People have had enough of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith‘s honesty and transparency. After years of providing unsolicited details about their love life, a petition has been created to put an end to the actors’ interviews. The plea, which was launched on, specifically asks journalists, blogs and media personalities to “stop interviewing Will and Jada Smith.” As of this article, the petition is about 2,000 signatures shy of reaching its goal of garnering 7,500 supporters.

After learning about Jada’s entanglement with August Alsina last year, fans have been inundated with more stories about her relationship with the “Fresh Prince.” She has opened up about their sex life, while Will spilled more than enough tea in his self-titled memoir, his “Best Shape of My Life” YouTube series and in interviews leading to both releases.

One of the most memorable admissions was his jealous feelings toward Jada’s relationship with the late Tupac Shakur.

“Their love for each other is legendary — they define ‘ride or die,’” the Bad Boys star wrote in his memoir. “In the beginning of our relationship, my mind was tortured by their connection. He was ‘PAC and I was me….Pac was like Harry — he triggered the perception of myself as a coward. I hated that I wasn’t what he was in the world, and I suffered a raging jealousy: I wanted Jada to look at me like that.”

His book also detailed the time his mother caught him having sex in the kitchen and the reasons why he would throw during orgasms, a story that drew complaints in the petition. According to Will, he turned to “rampant sexual intercourse” to get over the heartbreak of his first serious relationship and ended up developing a psychosomatic reaction that often caused him to vomit.

“In every case, though, I hoped to God this beautiful stranger would be ‘the one’ who would love me, who would make this pain go away, but invariably, there I was, retching and wretched,” Will admitted. “And the look in the eyes of the women even further deepened my agony.”

The petition against Will and Jada Smith’s interviews can be found here.