Zoe Kravitz Controversy: The slap-gate controversy between Will Smith and Chris Rock is not going away any time soon. Everyone in Hollywood and people all over the world who watch movies were shocked. Many people have supported Will for what he did, but other people in the industry, like Zoe Kravitz, are slamming him for what he did.
Everyone is talking about what they think about the Oscar slap controversy, but the “Batman” star is now being fired because she gave a sarcastic take on the whole thing. Read on to find out all the details.
Will Smith slapped Chris Rock over a joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, which caused a big fuss for two days. Then, Zor Kravitz went on Instagram to talk about the whole thing. She did it quite differently, though. The actress posted two pictures of her outfit for the Oscars, but it was the captions that really got people’s attention.
Will Smith hit Chris Rock over a joke at the Oscars. Zoe Kravitz made fun of him in a very mean way. “Here’s a picture of my dress at the award show, where we’re apparently beating people up on stage now,” her captions said. The other caption for her second post, in which she showed off her Oscar party outfit, was exactly the same, except that she said “Oscar party dress” instead of “Oscar party outfit.”
The Catwoman’s jab at Jaden Smith when he was 14 did not go over well with internet users, who have now banded together against her and cancelled Zoe by calling her a “predator” for feeling attracted to him when he was 14. In 2013, Zoe said that when she was hanging out with the “Smiths,” she thought 14-year-old Jaden was “cool,” “full of swag,” and “handsome,” and that she and Jaden would “hang out when they were older.” Note that Zoe was 25 years old at the time.
Zoe Kravitz Early Life
Zo Isabella Kravitz was born in Venice, California on December 1, 1988. She is the only child of Lenny Kravitz, a musician, singer, and songwriter, and Lisa Bonet, an actress. Kravitz was married to Boney from 1987 till 1993.
Zo‘s childhood, to say the least, was diverse; her parents are of mixed African American and Ashkenazi Jewish origin. Zo identifies as a secular Jewish individual. Zo lived mostly with her mother in Topanga Canyon until she was 11 years old, at which point she went to Miami to live with her father and continued to spend summers with her mother.
2007 saw Kravitz’s graduation from Miami Country Day School and Rudolf Steiner School in Manhattan. In the same year that he graduated, Kravitz began training at The Acting Conservatory under Scott McCrea. Zo left college after her first year to pursue a potential acting career in Brooklyn, New York, which was just beginning to take shape at the time.
Zo was able to launch her professional acting career while still in high school when she participated in the feature film “No Reservations” despite her academic achievements.