will Smiththe Oscar-winner and the infamous beater, once promised his wife Jada Pinkett Smith They will never use profanity or violence in their marriage. In an episode of Pinkett Smith’s Facebook Watch red table discussion From October 2018, Smith recalled that he was forced to threaten to separate from his current wife in the 1990s after she asked him to “shut down the fk” in front of 20 guests at a party.
“I grabbed a newspaper and said, Walk!” The Oscar winner said, imitating a punch on the head.Reload arrays“star.” Can I talk to you in the other room, please? Smith remembered asking Pinkett Smith before sharing a personal story about his family.
“We went into the other room, and I said, Jada, this is the deal: I grew up in a house where I watched my dad hit my mom in the face, and I’m not going to create a home or a space or interact with someone who has profanity and violence,” Smith said.
According to the “King Richard” star, he now told his wife, “If you had to talk to me that way, we couldn’t be together. We will not use any profanity in our interactions. We will not raise our voice. We will not be violent. I can’t do that. “
Pinkett Smith, surprised, responded by asking if he was really going to throw it “with some words”. “I was like, ‘Yeah, I just did!”‘ Smith said. “We do not curse! ‘ he explained. ‘And her eyes filled with tears.’ She said, ‘Okay.’
As a result of the conversation, Smith claimed that the couple had not cursed or raised their voices at each other for another 20 years.
In the wake of this infamous slap
Outside of Smith’s house, this rule clearly does not apply, since “The new Prince of Bel Air slap the star Chris Rock At the 2022 Oscars in March due to a joke on Pinkett Smith’s account.
Smith has since apologized to Rock and quit Academy of Motion Picture Arts and SciencesThis was prior to the organization’s decision to ban him from all activities for ten years on Friday.
“The Board of Directors has resolved, for a period of 10 years, effective April 8, 2022, that Mr. Smith will not be permitted to attend any academic events or programs in person or virtually, including but not limited to the Academy Awards.” The academy thanked Rock for “maintaining his composure under exceptional circumstances,” according to a statement.