At the Oscars, Will Smith slaps Chris Rock.
Will Smith ‘overreacted’ to Chris Rock’s joke, according to Jada.
Will Smith apologizes to Chris Rock at the Oscars Academy
Will Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, is said to be against her husband’s slap approach’ at the 2022 Oscars, according to an inside source.
According to the ‘unnamed’ source, Jada wished Will Smith hadn’t gotten violent with Chris Rock at the Oscars because he made a joke about her.
Smith struck the comedian in the face after he made a joke about his wife’s hair loss, an act that has sparked outrage throughout the world.
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Will Smith, who appears to be coping with a lot in the aftermath of the incident, has subsequently missed out on a number of possibilities, including an impending censure from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. However, the woman he meant to protect, his wife, has stated that she does not require protection in any of these instances.
Speaking to Us Weekly, an unnamed insider said: “It was in the heat of the moment and it was him overreacting. He knows that she knows that. They’re in agreement that he overreacted. They also alleged that Pinkett Smith is ‘not a wallflower, nor ‘one of these women that needs protecting. He didn’t need to do what he did.” Meanwhile, a remorseful Will Smith earlier issued a public apology to Chris Rock and the entire Oscars Academy for his misconduct.
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Smith said in a statement shared on Instagram that “violence in all of its forms is corrosive and destructive.” “My behavior at last night’s Academy Awards was disgusting and irresponsible.” Jokes about my medical condition are part of the job, but one about Jada’s condition was too much for me to handle, and I reacted emotionally. Chris, I’d like to officially apologize to you. I was wrong and out of line; I am embarrassed, and my actions did not reflect the man I aspire to be.