Jada Pinkett changes her stance and says Will Smith ‘exaggerated everything’ at the 2022 Oscars

“It’s time to heal and I’m here for it,” were Jada Pinkett’s first statements after the incident that her husband, Will Smith, starred in with the comedian Chris Rock during the Oscar 2022.

However, it seems that time made the actress change her mind and ignore the conciliatory message she posted on her social networks. And it is that Jada’s position has taken an unexpected turn after some statements that the media collected US Weekly.


As you recall, during the 2022 Oscars ceremony, Rock made a joke about Jada Pinkett-Smith’s shaved head, who has publicly acknowledged that she suffers from alopecia. After exposing her discomfort, her husband got up from her seat and went on stage to slap the comedian.

“I never said that I needed protection, it was in the fire of the action and he was the one who exaggerated everything, but I did not do it and would not do it in any way,” said the interpreter according to a source very close to the couple and who had contact with the aforementioned medium.

The person close to the husband said that Jada would never have wanted Will’s protection, much less violently. “She’s not one of those women who needs protection. He didn’t have to do what she did, she didn’t need protection. She’s not a wallflower. She’s a strong, stubborn woman and she can fight her own battles.” .


The Board of Governors of the Hollywood Academy will advance its next meeting to this Friday, in which it will decide the sanctions that will apply to Will Smith for slapping comedian Chris Rock during the 2022 Oscars gala.

The president of the Hollywood Academy, David Rubin, communicated the advance in an internal letter, distributed by the magazine Varietyin which he explains that since the actor has left the organization of his own free will, it is no longer necessary to comply with the 15-day deadline for him to contribute his vision of the facts.


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