Now Pinkett Smith has broken the silence on her podcast red table discussionIt is broadcast on Facebook. Before dedicating the episode to alopecia, which affects 147 million people around the world, Smith spoke for the first time about what happened on March 27:
This is a very important episode dedicated to hair loss. Looking at what I’ve been through with my health, and what happened at the Oscars, thousands of people have called me and told me their stories. I’m taking this moment to give our alopecia areata family a chance to talk about what it means to have this disease, and to educate people about what alopecia actually is. Now, speaking of Oscar night: My deepest hope is that these two intelligent and capable men will have the opportunity to heal, talk about, and reconcile. Given the conditions in the world today, we need both, and in fact we all need each other more than ever. Until then, Will and I will continue to do what we’ve been doing for the past 28 years, to try and make sense of this thing called life together. Thanks for listening to me.
Remember that after Will Smith’s work on the stage of the Dolby Theater (where a few minutes later he won an Oscar for Best Actor), The Academy banned him from attending the Oscars for 10 years. Smith posted a long letter of apology.source: Limit
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