What Chris Rock Thinks of Jada Pinkett Smith’s Reconciliation Plea

Entertainment Tonight published this video item, entitled “What Chris Rock Thinks of Jada Pinkett Smith’s Reconciliation Plea” – below is their description.

A source tells ET what Chris Rock thinks of Jada Pinkett Smith’s recent comments surrounding her husband, Will, slapping him at the Oscars. ‘He’s not concerned with the Smiths at the moment,’ the source says. Jada recently took to ‘Red Table Talk’ with a plea for reconciliation between Will and Chris.

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