Zoë Kravitz regrets Will Smith slap remark however not assembly Channing Tatum

“Here’s a picture of my dress at the show where we are apparently assaulting people on stage now,” she wrote with in caption.

That did not go over properly with some on the web and Kravitz now says, “It’s a scary time to have an opinion or to say the wrong thing or to make controversial art or statements or thoughts or anything.”

“It’s mostly scary because art is about conversation. That should, in my opinion, always be the point,” she informed the Wall Road Journal Journal. “The internet is the opposite of conversation. The internet is people putting things out and not taking anything in.”

Reflecting on it, Kravitz mentioned she is “torn about what to say right now, because I’m supposed to just talk about it; I have very complicated feelings around it.”

“I wish I had handled that differently,’ she said. “And that is OK.”

These days, she said, she’d rather express herself through her art, which includes her directorial debut, “P***y Island.”

One of it’s stars is her now boyfriend, actor Channing Tatum.

He told the publication he didn’t know Kravitz prior to the project, but has full faith in her handling of the film.

“Of the folks that I might title who I believe have an actual shot at popping out of the gate making one thing actually distinctive and powerful, she’s on the high of that checklist,” he said. “Having mentioned that, you actually do not know any person till they present up on day one because the director.”