Jada Pinkett Smith says she hopes Chris Rock and Will Smith will reconcile after the Oscars’ catastrophic failure


Jada Pinkett-Smith finally spoke of husband Will Smith beating Chris Rock on stage in front of the whole world after Rock joked about Jada’s bald look at the 2022 Academy Awards. Will Smith was named Jada Pinkett- Smith, who has alopecia, by Rock. Will Smith resigned from the academy in the post-Slap period and his future career remains uncertain.

What has Jada Pinkett Smith to say about Chris Rock and Will Smith’s fight at the Oscars?

During the opening moments of her latest Red Table Talk show, Pinkett-Smith (briefly) shared her thoughts on the 2022 Oscar controversy:

“Now for Oscar Night, my deepest hope is for these two intelligent and capable men to have a chance to heal, talk about this matter and make up,” Pinkett shared with viewers. “In today’s world situation, we need both. And we all really need each other more than ever. Until then, Will and I are continuing what we have been doing for the past 28 years, and continuing to find out that it is life together. Thank you for listening.”

Pinkett-Smith also strayed from the Oscars slap and quickly turned attention to the subject that provoked it.

“This is an important Red Table Talk about alopecia. Thousands of people have shared their stories in response to what I’ve been through with my health and what happened at the Oscars. I’m taking this opportunity to talk to families with alopecia about what it’s like to live with this condition, and to educate people about what it’s like to have alopecia.”

Pinkett was also quick to shift focus to the issues that were sweeping the Oscars.

“This Red Table Talk on alopecia is very important. Thousands of people have reached out to me in response to my health experiences and what happened at the Oscars. I’m taking this opportunity to talk to families with alopecia about what it’s like to live with this condition and to educate others about it.”

Smith later apologized on social media for his “unacceptable and inexcusable” behavior.

Smith later apologized on social media for her “unacceptable and inexcusable” behavior, and Jada said the family is focused on “deep healing”. in front of public interest.

“People don’t know what hair loss is and they don’t understand the effects of hair loss,” she said of her condition. Later in the episode, she spoke with the mother of 12-year-old Rio Allred, who suffered from alopecia areata and committed suicide after being bullied, and former NBA player Charlie Villanueva.

Smith later apologized online for his “unacceptable” behavior, but Jada revealed that in the light of public outrage, the family is focused on healing.

In her response to her condition, she said, “People don’t understand what alopecia is or how it affects individuals.” Throughout the episode, she sat with the mother of Rio Allred, a 12-year-old girl who committed suicide after being bullied. She also spoke with former NBA player Charlie Villanueva.

Ankita Khanra

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Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the KIIT Deemed University School of Mass Communication in Bhubaneswar.

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