Chris Rock has remained silent throughout the scandal that has erupted during the 94th Academy Awards. Will Smith slapped the famed comic icon in the face in a shocking clash at the Oscars, and the video of the incident has been shown and repeated across the world. Tony Rock, Chris Rock’s brother, went all-in on the slap, not just on Will Smith but also on Jada.

The Shade Room captured video of Tony on stage during his concert recently. Tony has already shown his displeasure with Will, but he went all out at a comedy show. Chris’ baby brother has already stated that Will’s Instagram apology to Chris is insufficient.

You gonna hit my motherf-cking brother because your b-tch gave you a side-eye? If you think you gonna to walk up on this stage, this ain’t the motherf-cking Oscars! And if you walk your -ss up here, you ain’t nominated for sh-t but these motherf-cking hands! Oh, we going to pop the rest of the year, n—-. Every time you see me do a show, pop!

Will and Chris have not communicated since the slap, as we previously reported, and Chris has not publicly or privately accepted Smith’s apology. Tony is yet another person who appears to ignore alopecia as a cause for concern. Bill Maher made it clear recently that he believes Jada should consider herself lucky if alopecia is the worst thing that has happened to her.


Rock might have not wanted to file charges against Smith, but Academy Awards committee has been very upset about the incident. While Oscars has initiated disciplinary proceedings against Smith, he has decided to resign from the membership of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Check out the video below.

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