This Is What Jada Pinkett-Smith Had To Say About Her Co-Star's Golden Globes Snub

ATLANTA, GA - JULY 11:  Actress Jada Pinkett Smith at "Girls Trip" Atlanta special screening at SCADshow on July 11, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Universal Pictures)

This Is What Jada Pinkett-Smith Had To Say About Her Co-Star's Golden Globes Snub

She vented on Twitter.

Published December 12th

Jada Pinkett-Smith and Tiffany Haddish worked together to deliver one of the most celebrated and commercially successful comedy films of the year with Girls Trip.

With the nominees for the 2018 Golden Globe Awards recently announced, Pinkett-Smith was upset to learn that the film's breakout star failed to be recognized for her work and took to Twitter to express her frustrations.

See how Haddish recently made SNL history with BET Breaks above.

The outspoken and passionate actress, who took the same approach to blasting Hollywood during the viral #OscarsSoWhite controversy a couple years back, was initially reluctant to share her thoughts, as expressed in the tweet below:

  1. Quickly having a change of heart, the actress went on an extensive multi-tweet explanation in an attempt to shed some light on why she was disappointed in not only the Foreign Press Association's decision to snub Haddish, but their seemingly blatant disregard for the film's success, period.

    See what she had to say below:

Written by Moriba Cummings

(Photo: Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Universal Pictures)

COMMENTS

Latest in celebs