And though he ended up with another seat, Law said Zendaya was not to blame for the accident. “It got really hard,” he shared of the speculation that followed the video, “because it made people think that Zendaya wasn’t taking care of me and making sure I was there. ‘I was taken care of.”
Law also clarified that he had “no beef” with the Louis Vuitton team, calling the feud rumors “crazy.”
As for her connection to Zendaya? It’s tighter than ever.
“And people will say, ‘Oh, you’re not leaving Zendaya.’ But I don’t have to style Zendaya to be part of her team and her creative team, do I?” Law said, referring to her recent retirement from celebrity styling. “So maybe if I choose, you know, not to be his stylist, I can still be his creative director and I can still, you know, manage a stylist or however I choose to. I don’t have not made a decision.”
In fact, the Spider-Man: No Coming Home The actress is supportive of the path Law decides to take, he said. “She gives me the grace to be able to make this decision because we really have a kinship,” Law noted. “Like, you know, we grew up together. And that’s all I ever asked for was that the people I worked so hard for would give me grace when I needed it.”