Actress Jada Pinkett Smith has spoken for the first time since last weekend’s Oscar ceremony, where host Chris Rock took a swipe at her during his opening monologue. The wife of Will Smith had announced she was boycotting this year’s ceremony due to the lack of diversity among the nominees, but Rock joked that she hadn’t been invited anyway.

Jada Pinkett SmithJada Pinkett Smith has spoken out after Chris Rock’s Oscar joke.

“Jada [Pinkett Smith] said she’s not coming,” Rock said during the February 28th ceremony. “I was like, ‘Isn’t she on a TV show?’ Jada’s going to boycott The Oscars? Jada boycotting the Oscars is like me boycotting Rihanna’s panties. I wasn’t invited!”

But speaking at Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday, Pinkett Smith said it all ‘comes with the territory’. "It comes with the territory, sweetheart,” she told photographers.

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”Hey look, it comes with the territory but we gotta keep it moving. We gotta keep it moving. We gotta keep it moving. There's a lot of stuff we gotta handle, a lot of stuff in our world right now. We gotta keep it moving.”

Rock also joked about Pinkett Smith’s husband Will Smith, who also boycotted the ceremony and missed out on a nomination for his role in Concussion. “Will was not nominated for Concussion. I get it,” Rock joked.

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“You get mad. It's not fair that Will was this good and didn't get nominated. You're right. It's also not fair that Will was paid $20 million for Wild Wild West!"

E! News reports that Smith was also asked about Rock's Oscars joke last week, when he was papped leaving the set of his latest movie Collateral Beauty. Keeping tight-lipped Smith simply responded by flashing a smile and the 'peace' sign.