We analyze how abusive Chris Rockjoke about him Jada Pinkett Smith It was–says a woman who’s been a longtime advocate of vixenosis…it’s more satisfying than anything else.
Swedish-born actress Janica Olin — who first started losing her hair to hair loss in 2013 — has given up on her thoughts about her embarrassing Oscar moment THR …and she made it clear that digging in “GI Jane” wasn’t as big of a deal in her eyes as it seemed to be to Jada.
Watching the exchange clips after the incident, JO says, she was waiting for the painful part – but for her, it never happened.
Jannica adds, “I didn’t understand what he was abusive about… and I’m fully aware that we all have different experiences, and we’re all in different places. For me, personally, it wasn’t… the joke was offensive. I think that’s cool.”
She goes on to explain that the character “GI Jane” – Jordan O’Neill, was played by Demi Moore In the ’90s – she was portrayed as a badass as tough as nails, and a symbol of female empowerment… and that to her, she would have considered a rock joke as a compliment rather than a mean one.
Jannica says, “I would have loved to have said this to me. But that’s me, right? I can’t speak for anyone else.”
While Jannica acknowledges that alopecia can affect people differently – including Jada and hypothetically, will Also – she says he still has to discipline himself… even if he’s angry. She says, “We’re all human. We’re all affected by things. But you have to be an adult and sit down with something and you probably don’t react that way, no matter what.”
This has been a heated debate from the start—that Will’s reaction was merely a result of the hair breakage itself, or was it deeper. Most seem to agree… There may have been a lot of factors that went into the slap, but perhaps the baldness joke was the last straw.
It’s also unclear how Jada herself was actually upset at the moment – yes, she rolled her eyes and showed her disapproval… But a few days before the Oscars, Telegram trust About alopecia and her baldness. So, there seem to be mixed signals on that front.
Of course, there’s an ethnic component to this too… A lot in the African-American community has argued that hair is especially important and meaningful for black women – so some might not accept taking Jannica here at face value, seeing how white she is.
FWIW, Jannica’s hair loss has obviously been very painful for her too… She has described in detail that it was a huge part of her identity and self-esteem as a woman. Anyway – looks like Jada is get a move With her life… she’s already out.