Jada Pinkett Smith’s August Alsina affair seems to be getting caught up in the Oscars controversy

Will Smith left viewers stunned on Sunday after jumping on stage and slapping Chris Rock in the face – just minutes before winning an Oscar

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Oscars: Will Smith slams Chris Rock after joking about Jada

Singer August Alsina – with whom Jada Pinkett Smith previously admitted an “involvement” – seemed to throw himself into the dominant topic of conversation at this year’s Oscars.

Jada’s husband Will Smith left viewers stunned on Sunday after he jumped on stage and punched Chris Rock in the face.

August took to Instagram to urge his fans to “vote peace” in what appeared to be a reference to the incident, though he wasn’t directly referring to it.

He wrote: “Choose peace; trust that life’s intricate jigsaw puzzle pieces all fit together for the greater good, and master the seasonally sometimes chaotic nature of your life artwork that is sculpted and painted by birthing life into your inner masterpiece that has sculpted and grown outer chaos- metamorphizing alchemy, turned into light and beauty within, then became the master P(i)E^CE, revealed outwardly, of your life’s own whimsical and colorful artwork, co-created by living during and after the rupture and shown is peace/pieces.”

In 2020, Jada spoke openly about her involvement with August for the first time, saying it brought her “joy” and “healed her.”







August Alsina with Jada Pinkett Smith
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August appeared to be immersed in the controversy

The couple, who wed in 1997, said they believed they would end their marriage shortly before they began dating August.

Will has remained in the headlines since Sunday – unfortunately not for his historic Oscar win, but for attacking the comedian, 57, after he made a joke about Jada Pinkett’s shaved head.

Chris jokingly joked to Jada: “Jada, GI Jane 2 can’t wait.”

The comedian didn’t know Jada had alopecia, according to a pal, but Will stormed the stage and punched him in the face.






He urged his fans to ‘choose peace’

Will, who won his first-ever Oscar for his portrayal of Richard Williams minutes after the slap, has since apologized to Chris for his behavior via social media.

He wrote: “Violence in all its forms is poisonous and destructive. My behavior at the Oscars last night was unacceptable and inexcusable

“Jokes at my expense are part of the job, but a joke about Jada’s health was too much for me and I reacted emotionally.







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“I want to publicly apologize to you, Chris. I was out of line and I was wrong. I’m embarrassed and my actions were no indication of the man I want to be. In a world of love and kindness there is no room for violence.

“I also want to apologize to the Academy, the producers of the show, all contestants and all viewers around the world.”

Serena and Venus were in the audience watching as Will accepted the Oscar for playing their father in the film, and Will also addressed them as he apologized for his violent outburst that overshadowed what would have been a momentous occasion should be.

“I would like to apologize to the Williams family and my King Richard family. I deeply regret that my behavior has marred an otherwise great journey for all of us,” he concluded.

“I’m a work in progress. Sincerely, Will.”.

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