On Saturday, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith were spotted out in public together for the very first time since the notorious slap that occurred at the Oscars.
On Saturday, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith made their first public appearance together since the 2022 Academy Awards ceremony. During that night, Smith is famed for slapping host Chris Rock for making jokes of Jada Pinkett Smith.
TMZ caught the couple leaving Nobu in Malibu dressed in casual wear as they made their way out of the restaurant.
According to the source, the two individuals exited the building in close proximity to one another, with Jada grabbing Will’s shirt as they walked to their vehicle together.
The public appearance takes place only a few weeks after Smith posted an apologetic video on social media, in which he stated that he has reached out to Rock and that he is willing to talk about what happened between them.
According to what he said in the post, “I was fogged out by that time.” “Everything is unclear. My attempt to contact Chris was met with the response that he is not yet prepared to discuss the matter, but that he will get in touch with me as soon as he is.
As a result, I feel obligated to tell you, Chris, that I am sorry. My actions were not appropriate, and I will wait here for you whenever you are ready to discuss this.
During his “Chris Rock Ego Death World Tour,” Rock has made lighthearted references to the incident. When he was lately reflecting on the slap, he made a comparison between Smith and Suge Knight.
In this video, Bobby Shmurda discusses the impact that becoming an independent artist has had on his career. Even though Smith is now able to move freely about in public again, he will not be able to participate in any academy activities for the foreseeable future.
Following the incident, the King Richard actor was barred from acting for a period of ten years.