Jada Pinkett Smith shows support for daughter’s latest song amid husband Will Smith’s Oscars decision
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Jada Pinkett Smith showed support for her daughter Willow Smith‘s latest music as her husband Will Smith found out his Oscars fate from the Academy. Pinkett Smith used her Instagram Stories to promote Willow’s song “Psychofreak”, which she co-wrote with Camila Cabello.
The song is from Cabello’s new album, “Familia.”
“WILLOW=psychofreak video now” text over a photo Willow and Cabello, along with a link to the music video.
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Jada Pinkett Smith supported Willow Smith’s music, while Will Smith learned his Oscar fate from the Academy.
Earlier on Friday, it was revealed that Smith is no longer allowed at the Oscars or any academy events for 10 years.
Following the board’s decision, Smith issued a brief statement.
“I accept the Academy’s decision,” Fox News Digital obtained the statement.
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The move came after Smith slapped Chris Rock during the 94th Academy Awards. Rock had cracked a joke about Pinkett Smith’s bald head, making a reference to “G.I. Jane.” Pinkett Smith has suffered from alopecia.
Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith, Will Smith, Jaden Smith and Trey Smith attend the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party. Earlier on Friday, it was revealed that Smith is no longer allowed at the Oscars or any academy events for 10 years.
(Rich Fury/VF22/Getty Images for Vanity Fair)
Smith previously announced his resignation in a statement last Friday, saying he had “betrayed the trust of the Academy” in a statement provided to Fox News Digital.
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Smith made a brief statement following the board’s decision. Fox News Digital obtained Smith’s statement. It read, “I accept and respect Academy’s decision.”
(Patrick T. FALLON/AFP via Getty Images)
He has since apologized to Rock and the Academy as well.
Fox News’ Stephanie Nolasco contributed to this report
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