Jada Pinkett Smith celebrates “Bald Is Beautiful” Day with a selfie months after the Oscars controversy

Eshika Chopra
Eshika Chopra
Jada Pinkett Smith

The Oscars 2022 brawl between Will Smith and comedian Chris Rock made Jada Pinkett Smith the center of attention.

The Matrix actress uploaded a picture of herself on her Instagram account on September 14 showing off her gorgeous gold-toned outfit and bald head. Considering this, she wished her hairless brother and sisters a “happy Bald is Beautiful Day”

Jada posted a stunning selfie on Instagram to commemorate “Bald is Beautiful Day” months after the tussle between her husband Will Smith and comedian Chris Rock. In the post, the actor was spotted flaunting bright red lips. She also affirmed all those without hair.

The actor first discussed losing her hair in 2018 on a Red Table Talk episode before officially disclosing that she had alopecia in December of that year. Nearly six months have passed since Will Smith and Chris Rock’s violent confrontation at the Oscars 2022, which put the King Richard star under heavy scrutiny.

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Will has been attempting to get in touch with Chris for a while, but his efforts have been ineffective until now. Her husband spoke up for her at the Academy Awards earlier this year after the celebrity was the target of a joke about her alopecia in 2018.

Later in March, as Chris presented the trophy for the Best Documentary, he noticed Jada in the audience. “Jada, I adore you.”Can’t wait to see G.I. Jane 2,” he continued, referring to the 1997 movie G.I. Jane with Demi Moore.

The humor centers on Demi’s bald head for the majority of the film. Jada responded with a sarcastic eye roll, which the cameras caught on film. When the action switched back to the stage, smith would be seen thrashing furiously toward the comedian and punching him with his open palm.

After the incident, Will smith was then prohibited from participating in Academy activities for an additional ten years. Finally, the iRobot actor posted an apology on Facebook and Instagram. He also expressed his remorse in a YouTube video later in the year, which Chris is rumored to have addressed on his upcoming tour with Dave Chappelle.

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