After being slammed by her husband’s former co-star Janet Hubert best known as ‘Aunt Viv’ on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Jada Pinkett Smith is now speaking out. Hubert recently made a video calling out the actress and her husband after Jada called for a boycott of the Oscars.  In exclusive footage obtained by ET, Jada Pinkett Smith said she wishes, “African-Americans can find a way to get along and step together.”

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When asked about Hubert’s video which addressed her call to boycott the Oscars, Jada Pinkett Smith chose to focus on the problems at hand in America and speak with a message. She said, “Considering that Alabama had its highest recruitment for the KKK for Martin Luther King’s birthday, I hope that we as African-Americans can find a way to get along and step together.”

She then went on to address the Oscars controversy adding,

“This whole Oscar controversy isn’t really about the Oscars. Really, in my plea to ask all communities and people of color to take back our power is so that we can use it in all sectors of our community, and right now, specifically with African-American people, we have some very serious issues that I think we as a people have to move together on. I’m hoping we can find ways to step together in this instead of finding ways to fight each other. I got love for everybody.”

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