And you know were just not quitters.” “If there is a secret I would say is that we never went into working in our relationship,” he continued.
“We only ever worked on ourselves individually, and then presented ourselves to one another better than we were previously.” The star also recently revealed to ET about the unexpected impact his latest role played in his life.
That was the year her husband, Will Smith, was not nominated for his work in "Concussion" and the #Oscars So White campaign took hold.
Next time around, Pinkett Smith said, she'd consider attending once again, because progress has been made.
She has a younger brother, actor/writer Caleeb Pinkett.
Pinkett Smith has remained close to her mother and said, "A mother and daughter's relationship is usually the most honest, and we are so close." She also added: "[My mother] understood what I wanted and never stood in my way." She continued her education at the North Carolina School of the Arts, and became fully invested in pursuing her acting career.
Jada moved to Los Angeles and stayed with La Vern Whitt, former stuntwoman, now producer and long time family/friend, who got her started in the industry.
It was about survival, and it had always been about survival between us." But that's it, for now, despite how upset she's been about "Eyez." "It's not for me to try to protect his legacy, and ...
whatever Pac's fate has been around his life, around his story, around his legacy, God's got it, and I just got to really lay down my feelings and trust that God's got it." Something God doesn't have, but that Pinkett Smith is seeing progress around, is diversity in Hollywood, which she took a notable stand on when she boycotted the Oscars in 2016.