‘Not a feminist’ Jada Smith’s bold 5-word stance after Stephen Curry’s wife Aisha denounced ‘lack of male attention’

There is now an interaction between Jada Pinkett Smith, Ayesha Carey and her family during The Jada Show. Aisha and Stephen Curry married on July 30, 2011. The two met at a church-affiliated youth group in Charlotte when they were 15 and 14 years old.

When Jada Smith was hosting “Red Label Talk,” Aisha Carey, Steph Curry’s mother, Sonia Curry; his sister, Siddell Carrie Lee; and Callie Rivers, the fiancé of Seth Curry, Steve’s brother appeared on the show.

Aisha revealed how other women have thrown themselves on her husband Stephen Curry. Although she also said that this had not happened to her in the past ten years. Moreover, she said that the lack of attention from other men and the amount her husband gets from other women made her feel insecure.

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This was clearly going off, and a lot of people started trolling Ayesha Curry on social media. So Jada spoke to Aisha and made sure she was okay and showed her support. Jada also spoke highly of Ayesha Curry’s honest comments. She said , “Not everyone is ready for that.” Referring to the trolls who have been crushing on Ayesha Curry for her comments about her insecurities.

She said Gabrielle Union also showed her support “She was honest and told her the truth, and no matter who you are, there will be people who don’t like her.”

Why is Jada Pinkett Smith not a feminist?

Jada has commented before that she is not a feminist and why she does not want to be called a feminist. She has said she would call herself a “feminist.” Jada followed it up because of the history of the feminist movement and how it started. Furthermore, she said that the feminist movement focuses only on white, middle-class women.

Jada said on Red Label Talk, “I wish sometimes the world had more sympathy for black women,..” “…we haven’t really had the luxury to get this relaxed more—not having to walk the world in such an armor because of what we are still dealing with.” “..I have to defend myself..”

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Will Smith defends

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Will Smith probably watched the episode where Jada talks about standing up for herself all the time. Although, unfortunately, he didn’t take that into account on that infamous Oscar night.

But the problem is that Will didn’t defend her with words, he just slapped another man in front of the world. It has been widely talked about ever since. Many people have shown their support and many have shown their disappointment.

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Among them was Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who said that Will’s slap was also a slap on women. He said Will showed his wife unable to defend herself from words. Karim said he’s seen Jada over the years, and she’s very capable, tough, smart and can defend herself against lame jokes.

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