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Chris Rock comments on Will Smith's slap for the first time

Chris Rock comments on Will Smith's slap for the first time

American comedian Chris Rock broke his silence 3 days after Will Smith slapped him on the Oscars 2022 stage.


Chris Rock comments on Will Smith's slap for the first time

The man, Will Smith, took to the Oscars stage, in dismay, and slapped Oscar presenter and comedian Chris Rock shortly after the latter released a joke about the shaved head of his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, who has a condition that leads to hair loss, causing an international outcry.

Chris Rock comments on Will Smith's slap for the first time American comedian Chris Rock broke his silence 3 days after Will Smith slapped him on the Oscars 2022 stage.  Chris Rock comments on Will Smith's slap for the first time The man, Will Smith, took to the Oscars stage, in dismay, and slapped Oscar presenter and comedian Chris Rock shortly after the latter released a joke about the shaved head of his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, who has a condition that leads to hair loss, causing an international outcry.  In his first comment, Chris Rock spoke publicly for the first time about the incident in a comedy show, according to "variety" news site.  "Rock" repeated the two words he spontaneously uttered in amazement immediately after the slap at the start of a comedy show in Boston, Massachusetts. The audience greeted the 57-year-old Rock, with a standing ovation that lasted for two minutes, with the comedian interrupting the applause, commenting: "Let me do my show."  "I don't have much to say about what happened over the weekend (at the time)," Chris Rock said. "If you came here to hear about it, I have a show I wrote before this weekend."  The comedian added that he is still thinking about the slap incident, so at some point he will talk about this nonsense, and it will be serious and funny.  Will Smit posted his apology through his personal account on the Instagram application, expressing his apology, noting that he acted sensitively towards the irony that Chris Rock said on stage.  The apology statement read: "All kinds of violence are poisonous and harmful, and my behavior during the Oscars last night was not acceptable and no excuses can be made for it.  Will Smith expressed his regret and embarrassment, saying, "I would like to publicly apologize to Chris that I crossed my lines and made a mistake, and I am embarrassed by my actions and inconsistent with the person I want to be. Violence has no place in the world of love."  Will Smith slaps teammate Chris Rock Will Smith caused a state of shock during the 2022 Oscars ceremony for attendees and followers, after he slapped his colleague Chris Rock for a joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith.  Chris Rock was about to announce the award for Best Documentary Feature and joked to Jada Pinkett, "I'm excited to see G. I Jane, referring to her hair falling out," but Will Smith couldn't stand the joke and went up on stage to slap him in the face and demand that he not mention his wife's name.  Despite the shock of the audience, Rock tried to hold on and maintain his smile, stressing that he was joking with him, and it was only a joke, commenting: "Looks like we're having the greatest night in TV history."


In his first comment, Chris Rock spoke publicly for the first time about the incident in a comedy show, according to "variety" news site.


"Rock" repeated the two words he spontaneously uttered in amazement immediately after the slap at the start of a comedy show in Boston, Massachusetts.

The audience greeted the 57-year-old Rock, with a standing ovation that lasted for two minutes, with the comedian interrupting the applause, commenting: "Let me do my show."


"I don't have much to say about what happened over the weekend (at the time)," Chris Rock said. "If you came here to hear about it, I have a show I wrote before this weekend."


The comedian added that he is still thinking about the slap incident, so at some point he will talk about this nonsense, and it will be serious and funny.


Will Smit posted his apology through his personal account on the Instagram application, expressing his apology, noting that he acted sensitively towards the irony that Chris Rock said on stage.


The apology statement read: "All kinds of violence are poisonous and harmful, and my behavior during the Oscars last night was not acceptable and no excuses can be made for it.


Will Smith expressed his regret and embarrassment, saying, "I would like to publicly apologize to Chris that I crossed my lines and made a mistake, and I am embarrassed by my actions and inconsistent with the person I want to be. Violence has no place in the world of love."


Will Smith slaps teammate Chris Rock

Will Smith caused a state of shock during the 2022 Oscars ceremony for attendees and followers, after he slapped his colleague Chris Rock for a joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith.


Chris Rock was about to announce the award for Best Documentary Feature and joked to Jada Pinkett, "I'm excited to see G. I Jane, referring to her hair falling out," but Will Smith couldn't stand the joke and went up on stage to slap him in the face and demand that he not mention his wife's name.


Despite the shock of the audience, Rock tried to hold on and maintain his smile, stressing that he was joking with him, and it was only a joke, commenting: "Looks like we're having the greatest night in TV history."

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