Please Guard Me Jada Pinkett Finally Admits She Never Thought Will Smith Protected Her. We might find it difficult to forget for a time about the event at the 94th Academy Awards where actor Will Smith stormed the stage and smacked comedian Chris Rock over a joke about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s bald head.
After the incident, the Smith family hasn’t been mentioned much, but Jada’s programme, the Red Table Talk, always seems to give people something to talk about. We are unable to resist being involved in the drama. Jada appears to have made a revelation that has us scratching our heads.
My problem was simply that I lacked protection, Jada stated. My worst hurt manifests itself in all of my interactions. There is a scared little girl inside those strong-looking women you see and admire. I am that.In a new edition of Facebook Watch’s Red Table Talk, Jada Pinkett Smith speaks candidly about the topic for the first time since Will Smith smacked Chris Rock at the Oscars in March.
You probably remember this because you saw the incident happen live or because the media kept playing the video over and over again. The slap was in response to a joke that Rock made about Pinkett Smith’s baldness she had previously spoken about her battle with alopecia.
Will Smith smacking Chris Rock on stage ignited uproar, and it doesn’t appear to be going away anytime soon. According to recent reports, Jada Pinkett Smith is not pleased with her husband’s Oscars-related act of slapping Chris. The actress, according to US Weekly, isn’t upset with Will but wishes he hadn’t been physical with Chris.