Chris Rock breaks his Silence on Will Smith’s Slap at the Oscars

In March, Chris Rock joked about Jada Pinkett Smith’s alopecia: Jada, I can’t wait for GI Jane 2. The Joke was a reference to Demi Moore’s 1997 movie GI Jane, in which she plays the first woman to be trained by the Navy Seal and has to shave her head.

Will Smith, who didn’t like the Joke, approached the stage with a confident stride and slapped the comic in front of an audience that would not stop him.

Smith made a public apology four months after these incidents and said he had tried to get in touch with Chris Rock, but that Rock was “not ready to chat.”

Will Smith has returned to his social media, sharing his work and intimate moments. And it appears that the public is progressively losing memory of the worst incident at the Oscars 2022.

Chris Rock is the one who still doesn’t appear to be able to forget or forgive. Chris Rock still holds Will Smith responsible for the slap. He also declined Academy’s offer to host the Oscars in 2023.

Dave Chapelle questioned Chris Rock on if Will Smith’s slap wounded him during his performance in Liverpool, and this time Chris Rock went into more detail.

He gave the impression of being a perfect person for 30 years, but he tore off his mask and revealed that he was just as ugly as the rest. “Damn, the son of a bitch hit me for a f*cking joke, the most innocent joke I’ve ever told.” Whatever the consequences. I hope he doesn’t put his mask back on and let his true face breathe.