Jada Pinkett Smith Addresses Oscars Slap In New ‘Red Table Talk’

Jada Pinkett Smith Oscars Slap: The star has addressed the infamous moment on her Facebook show, Red Table Talk.
Credit: Red Table Talk via Facebook

Jada Pinkett Smith has addressed Will Smith’s Oscars slap in Red Table Talk’s first episode of its latest season. 

In the opening of the Facebook show, the host took a moment to ‘acknowledge the season of healing’ before it began.

A caption across the screen read: “Considering all that has happened in the last few weeks, the Smith family has been focusing on deep healing.

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“Some of the discoveries around our healing will be shared at the table when the time calls.

“Until then… the table will continue offering itself to powerful, inspiring and healing testimonies like that of our incredibly impressive first guest.”

It finished off with: “Thanks for joining us, Jada.”

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It comes as viewers have argued that Pinkett Smith should be ‘cancelled’ after the family came under controversy when her husband slapped comedian Chris Rock over a joke he made about her.

Taking to Twitter, one fumed: “Jada Pinkett Smith does not deserve a talk show. She deserves to be cancelled because she is evil and vile.

“She has no business being on TV and it shows in how she speaks to her husband. She has to go!”

“Can we all agree to cancel @jadapsmith?” asked another. “Why is @willsmith being cancelled for being a protector? Then Jada decides to publicly humiliate him once again stating that she never wanted to marry Will and that she didn’t need protection. Cancel her. ”

A third commented: “Why is Jada Pinkett Smith‘s Red Table Talk Season 5 not cancelled? By association, right? It shouldn’t be, but isn’t that how it works? All for ratings?” 

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