Law Roach Reveals Zendaya’s Reaction To His Retirement: ‘She Has Always Protected Me’

Celebrity stylist Law Roach revealed how Zendaya reacted to his retirement news, during a recent appearance on Emily Ratajkowski’s podcast ‘High Low’.

“She called, and she said, ‘Girl, I thought we make big decisions together,’” Law recalled. “Of course, she supported me. She’s like, ‘Do you need me to send you on a vacation?’ Like tell me what you’re going through, and I talked to her about just being unhappy and being unhappy for a really long time and still grieving the death of my nephew. So, we had that talk, and she was like, ‘Whatever you need, whatever you need.’”

Roach further stated that Zendaya has nothing to do with his decision.  “the internet is cruel” and said that she played the role of a catalyst in his decision.

“People started to blame her for my retirement, and that wasn’t fair to her,” the stylist said. “The things they were saying, of course isn’t true. So, then it spilled over to my suffering. She started to suffer too. And I didn’t think that was fair because she has always protected me in this industry and vice versa.”

Roach clears air on the viral clip

Further into the discussion, Roach brought up a video that went viral on social media after he declared his retirement. The clip was from a Louis Vuitton fashion show in Paris and appeared to show Roach being upset with Zendaya. In the brief footage, Zendaya occupied the final seat in the front row next to Emma Stone and seemingly gestured Roach towards the seat behind her.

He explained that they were delayed for the show due to traffic, and upon arriving at the location, it was chaotic. He was taken aback by not being seated next to Zendaya, as he had been previously when she served as a Valentino ambassador.

“They’ll just sit you wherever they can find you a seat, but I had a seat, and the seat that she pointed to, that was Darnell’s — which is her assistant — that was his seat,” Roach said. “We were both actually standing there, and so she was like, ‘Darnell, that’s your seat.’ And then they came and was like ‘Law, you need to sit.’ I was like, ‘Well, you need to tell me where I’m sitting.’”

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