Candace Owens says Jada Pinkett ‘spiritually obliterated’ Will Smith

Candace Owens has accused Jada Pinkett Smith of leaving husband Will Smith ‘spiritually devastated’ as she explains why she thinks the actor slapped Chris Rock at Sunday’s Oscars.

As has been well documented, Smith stunned viewers and Oscar attendees alike when he took the stage and punched Rock in the face in reaction to a joke he made about Pinkett Smith.

“Jade, I love you. GI Jane 2I can’t wait to see it,” he said, referring to Pinkett Smith’s cropped haircut. The actress has in the past shared publicly how her hair loss was due to alopecia. .

While recounting the events of the night on his Daily Wire show Candace On Tuesday, Owens said in a clip shared to his Instagram account, “When Chris Rock first does the joke, Will laughs, which means he takes the joke as intended, lightly.

“But then he looks and sees that his wife doesn’t find the joke funny and he immediately goes from an amused participant to a thuggish-looking husband, defending the honor of his wife’s hair.”

After further analysis of the incident, the Tory commentator said: “Through all these jokes and the rampant commentary that is offered, there is a conversation that is being overlooked – a truer assessment of what we have observed on that Oscar scene.

“For the first time we saw the real Will Smith, not a Fresh Prince, not a survivor of a zombie apocalypse in I’m a legend, not a crime fighting cop in Bad Boys or one Hancock superhero, but the real Will Smith – an incredibly broken man and the residual product of a directionless society filled with them.

“The kind of society that produces men who look to their more dominating wives, with their tails firmly planted between their legs, to know what and who they should be in every room.”

Candace Owens (L) has accused Jada Pinkett Smith (R) of leaving her husband, Will Smith (C), ‘spiritually devastated’ as she discusses the events surrounding the actor who slapped Chris Rock on stage at the Oscars Sunday.
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Owens then discussed Pinkett Smith’s 2020 confession that she had been romantically involved with singer August Alsina, a situation she called an “entanglement” on her show, Red table discussion.

“The truth is, off the big screen, Will Smith was spiritually devastated by his wife,” Owens said. “Remember, it was Jada Pinkett Smith who openly shared with the world how she cheated on her husband, remember? And with who? Her son’s friend.

“Jada had an extramarital affair with a young man who was, at first, friends with her son. Then she dragged her husband pup onto the world stage and told the audience as she sat, listened to her and accept that she had the right to do what she did.”

During the Red table discussion special, Pinkett Smith and Smith said the relationship with Alsina happened while they were on hiatus. Smith later revealed that he also sought affection outside of their marriage, with their relationship becoming non-monogamous.

“The takeaway from this interview was that together they represented a newer, more progressive form of what it means to be in a marriage, which is to say not to be in a real marriage at all,” said Owens.

She said: “Will Smith today is someone who should be pitied – not prosecuted in a courtroom, or even persecuted in the public eye – but pitied by anyone who has the clarity to see how our society , as sponsored by the perversion of these Hollywood Guys, is falling apart.

“Will Smith is this [psychologist] Jordan Peterson warns against. He is nothing more than a casualty in the great war on masculinity.”

Continuing her assessment of Pinkett Smith, Owens went on to explain why she thought Pinkett Smith would be suited to star in a remake of the 1997 film. G.I. Janewhich originally starred Demi Moore.

She explained that the film “tells the story of a woman embedded in the all-male space of the U.S. military. It’s the inspired story of a woman’s loss of femininity to meet the physical demands grueling from the more masculine environment that she finds herself in.

“And so, while that might not be the punchline that Chris Rock intended, I have to agree that yes, Jada Pinkett would be the perfect person to play that role in a remake.

“And not because of her hair, obviously, but because of her success in robbing her husband of any shred of understanding of what it means to be a real man. And let me tell you, Will, that’s not slapping. a man through the face because your wife tells you.

“I’m sorry to say that real manhood isn’t won on an Oscar stage with a meaningless trophy. On the contrary, real manhood begins and ends in your own home.

“It starts with the first step of being able to accurately identify what a good man is, what a good woman is, and what even a good meaningful relationship is. And with that, we wish you well. luck Will in your real quest for happiness.”

Newsweek has reached out to representatives for Smith and Pinkett Smith for comment.

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Will Smith slaps Chris Rock onstage during the 94th Academy Awards at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California on March 27, 2022. Smith reacted after Rock made a joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith.
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