Two weeks after the scandal involving Will Smith at the gala Oscar, Jada Pinkett Smitha new reaction by the actress and actor’s wife comes to light.
According to Us Weeklya source has confided to him that Jada is not angry with Will but that she would have wished that he had not had physical contact with comedian Chris Rock.
“It was in the heat of the moment and he was the one who overreacted. He knows it, she knows it. They agree that he overreacted.” said the aforementioned source exclusively to Us Weekly.
“She is not one of those women who needs protection. He didn’t need to do what he did, she didn’t need protection. She is not a wallflower. She is a strong, stubborn woman and can fight her own battles. But she will be by your side”, added the source.
During the 94th annual Academy Awards, Rock, 57, made a joke about Jada’s shaved head, to which the actress winced. Following this reaction, Will Smith got on stage and slapped the comedian.
“Will Smith just beat me up”, Said a surprised Chris before the astonished look of the public who did not know if what had happened was true. Walking back to his seat, Smith yelled at Rock that “keep my wife’s name out of her fucking mouth”.
The incident occurred three months after the “Scream 2” actress revealed through her social networks that she suffered from alopecia. “Now at this point I can only laugh. Y’all know I’ve been battling alopecia and all of a sudden one day look at this line here”, he said in December 2021. “Now this is going to be a little harder to hide, so I thought I’d share it for you to ask me questions, but you know, mom is going to put some rhinestones in there, and I’m going to make myself a little crown”, he added.
Earlier that year, Pinkett Smith was encouraged, with the encouragement of her husband, to shave her head.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Hollywood announced this April 8 that it prohibits Will Smith attend the Oscars for the next 10 years because of the comedian’s slap in the face Chris Rock in the last edition.
As indicated in a note by the president of the organization’s board, David Rubin, and the executive director, Dawn Hudson, during those ten years to Smith “You will not be permitted to attend any Academy event or program, in person or virtually, including but not limited to the Academy Awards.” In any case, they do not take away the Oscar for best actor won last month for “King Richard”.
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Will Smith: after scandal at the Oscars, does Jada Pinkett turn her back on the actor?