Will Smith is slowly returning to the spotlight. At the end of the week, the King Richard The star and wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, were photographed at celebrity hotspot Nobu in Malibu, Calif. It’s the couple’s first public appearance since attending an Oscars afterparty on March 27, just hours after slapping Chris Rock.
A new report claims that Jada has been a “constant support” for her husband for the past four and a half months.
“Will is doing well. He spends a lot of time with Jada. He is very happy with her continued support. They are very close and support each other. Family is everything to them,” reveals a source. . people on Monday. Will feels like he’s “learned a lot in the past few months,” the insider added.
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On July 29, Will addressed the incident in a new video posted on social media. He apologized directly to The Rock and insisted that Jada played no part in his anger at Oscar.
While Rock was on stage presenting the award for Best Documentary, he casually joked about Jada’s severed head. (of Red table talk The host suffers from alopecia, a hair loss condition. Rock was reportedly unaware of Jada’s diagnosis.) It seemed that Will laughed at the joke at first as Jada sat next to him uneasily. Some online speculated that the actor stormed the stage at her behest.
“‘After Jada rolled her eyes, did she ask you to do anything?’ No. I made a choice from my experiences, from my history with Chris,” Will told his fans. “Jada had nothing to do with this. I’m sorry, baby. Sorry for my kids and my family for what I’ve brought on all of us.”
Will called his behavior “unacceptable” and pleaded directly with Rock: “Anytime you’re ready to talk, I’m here.”
But it doesn’t look like Rock is jumping at the chance to sit down with the actor. A source said that after Will posted the video two weeks ago Entertainment tonight“Chris has no plans to reach out to Will.”