Jada Pinkett-Smith appears to be singing about her failing marriage to Will Smith in her new song, “Stuck” alongside her band Wicked Wisdom. The 5min 30 sec video starts off by showing Pinkett-Smith sitting by herself at the end of a dark corridor, gazing at her wedding ring with sadness before finally taking it off and letting it fall to the ground.

Earlier this month, there were reports that Will stepped out on their 16-year marriage with Australian actress Margot Robbie. Photos were taken of the pair in October getting a bit hands-on but were made public this month. In the black-and-white snapshots, Robbie is seen pulling up her shirt and showing off her white lace bra, as Smith, 45, also pulls up his shirt, showing off his chest. In another picture, he is seen pulling her toward him from behind.

Pinkett-Smith did not seem to be pleased with her husband. While attending an event in West Hollywood following the reports, the 42-year-old actress wore a number of rings, but none of them was her wedding ring.

Now, in her new video, Pinkett-Smith seems to address how she is feeling in the song lyrics, which state, in part, “Those nights I believe that you once loved me, Tonight I wish that you could hold me, And now it’s time to end this story."

Whether or not they are getting divorced, for years, there has been speculation about Jada and Will’s marriage, as rumors have swirled that the two have an open relationship and are able to date other people. In April this year, Jada said on HuffPost Live: "I've always told Will, 'You can do whatever you want as long as you can look at yourself in the mirror and be OK.' Because at the end of the day, Will is his own man. I'm here as his partner, but he is his own man. He has to decide who he wants to be and that's not for me to do for him. Or vice versa."

She later clarified her remarks on Facebook, saying, "Here is how I will change my statement...Will and I both can do whatever we want, because we trust each other to do so. This does not mean we have an open relationship...this means we have a grown one."