Chris Rock and Will Smith’s slapping controversies have been at an all-time high for months and appear to be here to stay. Will Smith’s apology video must have been noticed by fans. Chris Rock Now Slams Will Smith’s “Hostage” Apology Video.
The Oscar Slap facts were one of the greatest entertainment stories of 2022. Will Smith’s decision to hit comedian/actor Chris Rock on stage during the 94th Academy Awards ceremony garnered international headlines.
During the Oscar broadcast, Will Smith apologized for the violent event. He did not, however, address Chris Rock in his apologies. The former Fresh Prince of Bel-Air star posted a taped apology on his social media platforms.
Will Smith apologized to Chris Rock in the nearly six-minute YouTube video titled “It’s been a minute…” Smith also noted that Rock did not appear to be ready to deal with him directly about the problem.
According to Deadline, Chris Rock addressed the Oscar Slap during his stand-up gig this weekend at London’s O2 Arena. According to reports, Rock said, “F### your hostage video.”
The whole thing started when Chris Rock joked about Will Smith’s wife during a comedy routine at the Academy Awards. Smith became enraged after Rock mocked Jada Pinkett Smith’s shorn head. Alopecia caused the Girls Trip actress to lose her hair.
“Jada, I love you. G.I. Jane 2, can’t wait to see it,” remarked Rock, referring to a possible sequel to the 1997 film G.I. Jane, which starred a bald Demi Moore in the starring role.
Will Smith then came onto the stage, slapped Chris Rock, and returned to his front-row seat. “Keep my wife’s name out your f###### mouth!” shouted the Grammy winner. Later that night, Smith received the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance as Richard Williams in King Richard.
However, Chris Rock seemed to have taken the incident to his self-respect. Chris Rock was approached to host the Oscars in 2023, but he declined. What are your thoughts on this debate? Let us know in the comments. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more information.
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