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Chris Rock jokes, Will Smith’s Oscars slap in a live Netflix Special

Chris Rock says he’s tired of talking about the infamous Oscar slap that Will Smith received. But he wants to make sure everyone knows that it really did hurt.

Rock talked about the incident at the 2022 Academy Awards on a live comedy special.

People say that words can hurt, so it’s important to be careful when using them. Anyone who has ever been punched in the face knows that this is true.

After getting angry at someone, Will Smith said that bottled rage led him to do something he later regretted.

The confrontation between Mr. Smith and the police became a popular topic of conversation throughout America because Mr. Smith was allowed to stay at the ceremony and later accepted his first-ever Oscar for Best Actor.

Rock was praised for how he handled the situation after the other person got angry.

Chris Rock did a live comedy show where he talked about a lot of different things, including things that are important to people who are called “woke.” He mentioned Meghan Markle and how she’s different from other royals, and he also talked about some of the current political issues.

Rock is going to try to do the show without making anyone angry. Because sometimes people can get angry very easily, and that could ruin the show.

Later, he said that America is “so messed up” right now if the Russians came here. Half the country would likely listen to them.

At the end of the show, the host addressed the recent controversy with Will Smith.

Rock said, “It still hurts, didn’t it?” Smith’s 1991 song “Summertime” still makes him feel that way.

After taking a hit like Manny Pacquiao, Rock boasted to the cheering crowd.

Rock said that he thinks Smith practices selective outrage, meaning that he gets mad at things that he thinks are important, but doesn’t get mad at other things. He also said that the slap had more to do with Smith and his wife, Jada’s, relationship struggles, than his Oscar’s joke.

The couple have been open about the ups and downs of their relationship, and even talked about their struggles on Jada’s Facebook Watch show, Red Table Talk.

Everybody has been hurt in love at some point, but nobody has ever been interviewed on television about their experience. Rock joked that the person who cheated on him hurt him more than he hurt her.

Many people on social media reacted when Rock finally addressed the incident, with many saying that artists like Rock often laugh through their pain.

Some people felt that the comedian’s jokes about rooting for the slave owners in Will Smith’s latest film, Emancipation, were too offensive.

Rock explained why he didn’t fight back when he was attacked. He said that he didn’t want to cause any more pain for himself or for anyone else.

Rock was raised by his parents and learned not to fight in front of white people. This is something he learned from his parents and he hopes that it will be useful for you.

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