Will’s Oscars Slap Saved Our Marriage — Jada Pinkett

Will's Oscars Slap Saved Our Marriage — Jada Pinkett

Jada Pinkett Smith has revealed that her husband Will Smith’s infamous slap at the 2022 Oscars actually helped to save their marriage.

In a recent interview, Pinkett Smith said that the incident was a “wake-up call” for the couple and forced them to address issues that they had been ignoring.

“After all those years trying to figure out if I would leave Will’s side, it took that slap for me to see I will never leave him,” she said. “Who knows where our relationship would be if that hadn’t happened?”

Pinkett Smith also said that the incident has made their marriage stronger.

“We are working very hard on our marriage and we are committed to making it work,” she said. “We have learned from our mistakes and we are better for it.”

The couple faced widespread criticism after the Oscars incident, with many people calling for Smith to be punished. However, Pinkett Smith said that she and her husband have been able to move on from the incident.

“We are human beings and we make mistakes,” she said. “We have learned from our mistake and we are moving forward.”

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It is unclear whether or not the Smiths will ever publicly address the incident in detail. However, it is clear that the incident has had a profound impact on their relationship.

The Smiths have been married since 1997 and have two children together.