According to Olivia Bentley, Chris Rocks’ ad targeting a young woman with alopecia was not funny at all. The comedian took jada’s condition too personally and made the joke at an inappropriate time. Jada’s alopecia was already a public topic of conversation since she revealed it at the beginning of 2018, so the joke was a low blow that only hurt her ego.
Jada Pinkett Smith, actress and comedian, has alopecia. She first announced her condition at the age of 16, and since then has faced countless online trolling. She’s tried to cover up her bald spots by wearing wigs and hair extensions, but Chris’ joke was not very funny. She also claims that Chris didn’t know she had the condition, but she’s a fan of her work.
Olivia Bentley, who developed alopecia at the age of 16, was one of the many celebrities who took to social media to speak out about her condition. As a teenager, she suffered from hair loss and even tried to disguise it with wigs and hair extensions. After she went public, Will Smith slapped him and the joke quickly went viral. However, she didn’t know the comedian had alopecia before making the ad, so she defended him.
Will Smith also defended Chris Rock’s joke, claiming that it was ‘personal and inappropriate’. While Jada Pinkett Smith has alopecia, the Oscars were a time for a slap-up. Will Smith has also publicly spoken out about alopecia, which is the reason why her alopecia joke was so offensive. The Academy Awards were a time for celebrity bashing, and Will Smith was no exception.
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“This is a joke, and Chris didn’t realise it was hurting Jada Pinkett Smith.” She claimed that she had known about Jada’s alopecia since the age of sixteen, but it was not a funny joke at all. As a result, she defended Will Smith and called Chris Rock’s joke “unintentionally hilarious”. This was a lame and un-funny ad whose timing was so off-putting.
Will Smith’s ad remark clearly wasn’t funny and the actor has since apologized. The actor was not joking, and his comments were not appropriate for a woman with alopecia. She has even admitted that she had alopecia when she was 16, and has had to hide her hair loss in wigs and hair extensions ever since. But even after that, he defended Will Smith’s joke. The Hollywood star pointed out that he was unaware of Jada Pinkett Smith’s alopecia, and did not know about her personal history.
Will Smith’s ad about Jada Pinkett Smith’s alopecia joke was a terrible rip-off. Will Smith’s alopecia is a rare condition, but he is still not a victim. The actress’ alopecia has been a target of trolls. Despite her alopecia, she has always been insecure and had to hide it.
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