Jada Pinkett Smith has made some interesting comments about not feeling protected.
In a new episode of her Red Table Talk show, she heavily focused on mother-daughter dynamics and personal relationships.
In a clip that has gone viral, Jada expressed that her problem was feeling as if she wasn’t protected—and it is something that has occurred in other relationships that have followed.
“My thing was, just not having protection. That’s my biggest wound that comes out in all my relationships. And I’ve looked for [the] craziest kind of protection, and I don’t have a really good sense of what’s safe and what’s not. I’m either extremely protective or extremely defensive,” she said.
A few months ago, the world watched in real-time as her husband Will Smith walked upon the Academy Awards stage and slapped Chris Rock after he made a G.I. Jane joke about Jada’s bald head.
The controversial slap has caused the future of the Fresh Prince icon’s career to be debated, but things shifted after Jada made a few revelations on her talk show platform.
Fans have been expecting the Smiths to take to their red table and spill the beans on what life has been like in their household since the incident, but viewers are yet to receive that conversation.