Actress Jada Pinkett Smith He said that Chris Rock He asked her out amid rumors that she had broken up with her boyfriend will Smith. The episode is told in the book “Deserving”, which will be published on October 17.
During an interview she conducted on the 13th of this month with the American magazine People, the actress talked about what happened:
“Every summer there were reports that Will and I were getting divorced. This summer in particular [de 2016]Chris thought we were going to divorce. So he called me and said, “I’d like to spend time with you.” And I thought: What do you mean? He said, “Well, aren’t you and Will about to get divorced?” ‘no. Chris, these are just rumors. He was shocked. He apologized profusely and that was it.”
Hey A misunderstanding occurred years before the incident in which Will Smith attacked Chris Rock during the OscarsWhich happened in 2022.
A day later, Will Smith issued a statement apologizing to the rock band and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the group that awards the Oscars. The Academy banned Smith from attending the Academy Awards for 10 years.
Regarding the aggression, he said seriously:
“[Eu tenho] Any interest in talking to Chris? He adds: “This is my wish: I just hope that all misunderstandings about this matter will be removed and that there will be peace.”
actress She thinks she’s confused with Chris. In 2016, the actor was also the host of the Academy Awards, and at the time, there were protests due to the absence of black people from the awards.
Jada was part of the protests at the time. Remember the episode by clicking here.
“I think he might have been offended, and I didn’t mean to be offensive. That wasn’t my intention,” the actress told People magazine.
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