Chris Rock Goes Off on Will Smith and Wife Jada One Year After The Oscar Slap, “She hurt him way more than he hurt me” – Watch Video
Iconic comedian and movie star Chris Rock took a couple of swipes at Bad Boy star Will Smith in one of his recent stand-up comedy performances at the Netflix comedy special on Saturday, in a short clip from his set, which has since gone viral.
The veteran entertainer didn’t hold back anything as he dragged Will Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett, into his explosive performance, which had the live audience laughing out loud. It was a hit back coming a year after Will Smith slapped him at the Oscar.
The Grown Up star started his heated rant in the short clip posted to Twitter and numerous other social media platforms by stating, “his wife was f**king her son’s friend, okay, I normally would talk about this s**t, but for some reason, these ni**as put that s**t on the internet, I have no idea why two talented people would do something so f**king low down.”
The stand-up comedy legend was referring to Will and Jada’s public ‘Entanglement’ red table talk, which nearly broke the internet.
However, Chris Rock didn’t stop there as the entertainer continued his revealing rant by stating, ”she hurt him way more than he hurt me okay, okay and by the way he does that s**t, everybody in the world call him a b**ch, I tried to call the motherf**ker and give him my condolence he didn’t pick up for me, everybody called that man a bitch.
As the viral video clip of Chris Rock’s performance drew closer to its conclusion, Chris Rock made a point about how most people in the entertainment industry have called him (Will Smith) a b**ch, but for some reason, Will Smith has never attacked any other person who also taunted and disrespected him and his wife.
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Claiming that Will only attacked him at the Oscar because he knew he could beat him up, which the comedian called a weak act.
See the video below of Chris Rock’s performance: