‘Red Table Talk’: Jada Pinkett Smith, Tiffany Haddish, Yvonne Orji on Their Shaved Head Freedom

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In July, things changed when Jada Pinkett Smith shaved her hair. She and daughter Willow posted a photo on Instagram showing off their double buzzcut heads. Compliments have been pouring in from fans and friends who have supported the new look. Previously, Pinkett Smith had a haircut, but at Willow’s insistence, she took things a bit further.

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Facebook Watch’s . in the latest episode of red table talk, she inspires change, and she cut it with Tiffany Haddish and Yvonne Orji. All three women shared their reasons for shaving it.

Jada Pinkett Smith, Tiffany Haddish, Yvonne Orji, Willow Smith on ‘Red Table Talk’ | Courtesy Facebook Watch / Red Table Talk

Jada Pinkett Smith feels free and divine with her shaved head

red table talk 2020 started off with a surprise visit from Tiffany Haddish, who shaved her hair in the middle of the pandemic. Proceeding to explore her inner and outer self, she explained that she had never seen her scalp before and that she had once cut her hair. , it felt liberating – and spiritual. Pinkett Smith decided to do this in the same way as Haddish.


“It was a mix of a spiritual calling and also going, ‘Girl, at some point, your hairline is going to come back here. So we can do it now too,’ and so it was like taking that leap,” Pinkett said. Smith said. “But so many things I discovered about myself.” She described it as “liberating” and said, “That’s what got me away. He just called me. “

She shared that she talked about doing it several times and felt she was finally ready to let it go. “I’m so glad I did. It was such a beautiful experience. Such freedom! I feel more connected to myself and the great divine in a special way.”

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In addition, it has been a way for Pinkett Smith to celebrate turning 50 on September 18 and let go of old attitudes, standards and expectations. Self-love is the name of the game, and yes, husband Will Smith loves it too.

Pinkett Smith and ‘Red Table Talk’ guests discuss hair stigma

Pinkett Smith, Willow and Gammie later welcomed members of the Bald Boss Movement, a Facebook group that promotes beauty for women and girls with little or no hair. This led to more discussion about hair attachment and discrimination, and common expectations in the black community to maintain long hair.

unsafe Star Yvonne Orji stopped by the Red Table to talk about her hair journey. He bit her during quarantine in 2020, but this was not her first time. She said that while she’s worn it natural in the past, it was well received when she lived in New York. Moving to Los Angeles for his career turned into a culture shock, as people did not accept it. She turned to knitting for assimilation.

This time, she loves the short ‘do (even though her family didn’t) and Issa Rae even tells her they’re writing it. unsafe Season 5. Fans will get to see her new look on camera!

3 women shaved their heads on ‘Red Table Talk’

NS red table talk The crew brought out three women, each of whom had their own reasons for shaving their heads, and they did it on the show. Taryn wanted to challenge the standard that girls should have long hair. Ellie is growing her hair to donate to a children’s cancer charity, and after seeing Pinkett Smith, she was ready for a buzz cut. She also wanted to show her children that what is inside is the most important. And Jun 10- wanted a fresh start after ending the relationship and was willing to part with his crown as a way to let go.

See the stories of Pinkett Smith and the rest of the women red table talk on Facebook Watch.

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