Jada Pinkett Smith said she hopes Chris Rock and Will Smith can reconcile after the Oscar debacle.

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Jada Pinkett-Smith has finally spoken out about her husband Will Smith slapping Chris Rock on stage in front of the world, after Rock made a joke about Jada’s bald look at the 2022 Academy Awards. Will Smith violently retaliated after Jada Pinkett. Suffering from hair loss, Smith was named by the Rock. Will Smith resigned from the Academy in the period after The Slap, and his future career remains uncertain.

What does Jada Pinkett Smith have to say about Will Smith’s fight with Chris Rock at the Oscars?

In the opening moments of her latest Red Table Talk show, Pinkett-Smith (briefly) revealed her thoughts on the 2022 Oscar debate:

“Now my best hope for Oscar night is that these two bright, talented men have the opportunity to heal, to talk about it and reconcile it,” Pinkett said. “The state of the world today, we need both. And in fact, we all need each other more than ever before. Until then, Will and I continue to do what we’ve been doing for the past 28 years, and it continues to find this thing called living together. Thanks for listening.”

Pinkett-Smith was also quick to turn attention away from the Oscar slap and back to the issue that provoked him:

“This is a critical Red Table Talk about alopecia. Thousands of people reached out to me with their stories about my health experiences and what happened at the Oscars. I take this opportunity to talk to our family of alopecia about what it is like to live with the condition and to educate people about what alopecia is.”

Pinkett was also quick to shift the focus away from Oscar’s slap and return to the problem that provoked him in the first place:

“This Red Table Talk on Alopecia is extremely important. Thousands of people have reached out to me with their experiences in response to my own health experiences and what happened at the Oscars. I take this opportunity to talk to our family of alopecia about what it is like to live with the condition and to educate others about alopecia.”

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

Smith later apologized on social media for her “unacceptable and unforgivable” behavior, while Jada shared that their family is focused on “deep recovery.” before public attention.

About her condition, she said, “People don’t understand what hair loss is and they don’t understand its harmful effects.” Later in the episode, she sits down to talk to former NBA player Charlie Villanueva, mother of 12-year-old Rio Allred, who suffers from alopecia areata and commits suicide after being bullied.

Smith later apologized online for her “unforgivable” behavior, while Jada said their families were focused on recovery in light of public anger.

“People don’t understand what alopecia is and what it does to individuals,” she said in her response to her condition. Throughout the episode, she sat down with the mother of 12-year-old Rio Allred, who had alopecia and committed suicide after being bullied. He also spoke with former NBA player Charlie Villanueva.

Ankita Khanrah

Jada Pinkett Smith said she hopes Chris Rock and Will Jada Pinkett Smith said she hopes Chris Rock and Will Smith can reconcile after the Oscar debacle.

Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore student of the Master of Communications and Journalism (Integrated) program at KIIT Deemed University School of Mass Communication, Bhubaneswar.