Jada Pinkett Smith, 50, on Wednesday broke the silence for the first time After the Oscar fight, where her husband is Will Smith (53) slapped comedian Chris Rock (58) on the stage.
My deepest hope is that these two intelligent and talented men will get a chance to talk about this and get it sorted out. Until then, Will and I will continue to do what we’ve been doing for the past 28 years, and that is to continue to discover what’s called life together.
Pinkett said this on her “Red Table Talk” talk show.
“Kill Bill” star Vivica A. Fox (57) was not impressed with this statement, Type People.
I had to hold back the tears
Fox, who starred with Smith in “Independence Day” and against Pinkett in “Set It Off,” had to hold back tears as she discussed the latter’s comments about the scandalous Oscar event.
– When I watched this video last night, I started to cry, and frankly, I will be with you.
She stated this during the last episode of the talk show “Wendy Williams”.
Fox had hoped the couple would take more responsibility for their actions in the wake of the incident. But what Fox specifically calls Pinkett’s disclaimer is what’s most disappointing.
– I just wish Jada would take more responsibility for what happened, so she didn’t seem complacent. She took no responsibility, but these are my feelings.
– The joke wasn’t so bad
The reason Fox thought Pinkett should take more responsibility is because the “Fresh Prince of Bell Air” star got on stage for her.
– Let’s not forget that Chris Rock was assaulted for telling a joke that I don’t think was too bad.
Smith was banned from the Academy Awards for 10 years as a result of this incident. He has recently Apologize to Rock for hitting him.
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