Snoop Dogg Red Table Talk Reaction: Jada Pinkett Smith On Gayle King Backlash

Snoop Dogg Red Table Talk interview with Jada Pinkett Smith on Gayle King backlash, Oprah, Kobe Bryant, and black women reaction.

What’s your reaction to the Snoop Dogg Gayle King drama? A lonely man gives the real on the Red Table Talk Snoop Dogg Gayle King apology!

In the special episode of Red Table Talk; Jada Pinkett Smith invites Snoop Dogg to the table for a conversation, in the spirit of healing. The new Jada Pinkett Smith Red Table Talk clip shows how emotional she is after rapper Snoop Dogg criticized Gayle King for asking about Kobe Bryant past case during an Lisa Leslie interview that aired on CBS following his death.

In a Facebook Watch first look at Wednesday’s episode of Red Table Talk, Jada Pinkett Smith, 48, joins her daughter Willow and her mom Adrienne to have an honest conversation with the legendary rapper Snoop Dogg about the negative effects his comments had on her and the women in her family.

“When you first came out and you said what you said in regards to Gayle, my heart dropped,” Jada Pinkett Smith says in the Snoop Dogg Red Table Talk preview. “I felt like not only were you talking to Gayle, but you were talking to me.”

The actress and talk show host also explains that she felt like his comments took away the power of herself, her daughter and her mother.

So will Red Table Talk let Snoop Dogg Explain why he went in on gayle king without interruptions? We will just have to wait and see on the new Red Table Talk episode.

The Snoop Dogg Red Table Talk episode will air Wednesday, February 26, 2020 on Facebook Watch at 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET. The Red Table Talk episode will have an in-depth and insightful conversation about The Culture of Disrespect Between Black Men and Black Women.

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  • In my opinion Gail King did her job. Her respect and compassion for the Bryant families loss was not the topic of conversation. Of course Snoop Dogg was wrong. He didnt need his mother to tell him that. No two wrongs do mot make a right, which in this case there was only one wrong , alongside the ignorance of others in the celebritity field and media. To dehumanize anyone simply shows the dehumanization in ones self and as a Negro woman in this world I am so embarrassed for us as a race. Or ancestors literally died in vein and if there truly is such a thing as rolling over in your grave then I feel certain that they did. We have given society the right to dehumanize us because we have literally just proven that it meets with our approval.