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Jada Pinkett Smith says family is 'focused on deep recovery' after Chris Rock's slap

Jada Pinkett Smith says family is ‘focused on deep recovery’ after Chris Rock’s slap

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Jada Pinkett Smith She said her family was “focusing on deep recovery” after Will Smith slapped Chris Rock during the Oscars on March 27.

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“Given everything that’s happened in the past few weeks, the Smith family has been focused on a deep recovery,” Jada Pinkett Smith read before Wednesday’s Facebook live episode of Red Table Talk.

“Some of the discoveries about our treatments will be shared on the table when the time comes. Until then…the table will continue to lend itself to powerful, inspiring and healing testimonials like those from our incredibly amazing first guest.”

Jada Pinkett Smith has hosted the first episode of “Red Table Talk” since the 2022 Oscars incident.
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Pinkett Smith She shared a cryptic message about recovery on Instagram days after her husband will Smith Chris Rock slapped for a joke.

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Rock parody about Pinkett Smith’s bald head while presenting an award at Oscars 2022. The joke prompted Will Smith to walk upstage and slap Rock in the face.

Since then, Smith has apologized directly to the rocker and the academy. Now, Pinkett Smith is focusing on recovery.

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith attended the 2022 Academy Awards on March 27.

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith attended the 2022 Academy Awards on March 27.
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The actress shared with her, “This is a season of recovery and I’m here for it.” Personal Instagram account.

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Wednesday’s episode of “Red Table Talk” was hosted by singer-songwriter Janelle Mooney, who remembered the moment she came out as not a duo.

As soon as I started the show, I was there,” Mona said as she took a seat at the red table. I was like, ‘This is exactly what we need.

The show unfolded with a bit of a Grammy-winning background, including the moment she came out looking wild.

“I feel like God is much greater than he or she,” she told Pinkett Smith, her daughter Willow, and her mother, Adrian Banfield Norris.

Janelle Mooney was the first guest at "red table discussion" Since the Oscars accident in 2022.

Janelle Mooney was the first guest on “Red Table Talk” since the Oscars accident in 2022.
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It is known that the family goes to the “Red Table” to talk about her life. In July 2020, Pinkett addressed Smith about her “involvement” with August Elsena.

The couple discussed the issue frankly with Smithat one point, telling his wife, “I’m done yo-a…I’m done with you. Though, it does happen in marriages.”

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Pinkett Smith He then went on to explain in detail exactly how “entanglement” began.

She explained, “It all started with him just needing some help. I wanted to help with his health, his mental state.”

It is known that the Smith family is heading to "red table" to handle their lives.

It is known that the Smith family went to the “Red Table” to talk about their lives.
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“From there, you know, over time, I got into a different kind of entanglement with Augustus,” Pinkett Smith said. Smith then urged his wife to clarify what she was saying. She replied: It was definitely a relationship.

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It’s unclear if Smith will address the violence that occurred at the 2022 Oscars at “The Red Table,” but according to the introduction to Wednesday’s episode, it will be “when the time is right.”

Fox News’ Lauren Overholtz contributed to this report.