Will Smith violence on the Oscar stage | Read The comments | Video

Will Smith violence on the Oscar stage | Read The comments | Video
Will Smith violence on the Oscar stage | Read The comments | Video
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Will Smith violence on the Oscar stage | Read The comments | Video Will Smith Will Smith appeared to strike Chris Rock on Oscars telecast The talented Hollywood actor Will Smith made the Oscars tense. Will Smith used physical violence on the Oscar stage. Will Smith did this in defense of his wife. I do not judge him, but Will Smith made this year's Oscar different. While presenting the award for best documentary, Rock joked, "Jada I love you, 'G.I. Jane 2,' can't wait to see it." The camera cut to Pinkett Smith, who rolled her eyes as she sat next to Smith. "That was a nice one," Rock said, appearing to respond to the joke not going over well. Pinkett Smith has been open about her struggle with alopecia, an autoimmune disorder that leads to hair loss. Rock then said, "Oh uh," and laughed as Smith walked toward him on stage and appeared to strike Rock in the face. According to CNN reporter Stephanie Elam, who is in the audience, she could hear Rock getting hit. Smith said twice during the incident, according to Elam, "Keep my wife's name out of your f***ing mouth!" Rock responded: "Oh, wow." Watch Video: For viewers at home, censors muted the verbal part of the exchange between Rock and Smith. The theater went silent and Rock said, "That was the greatest night in the history of television." CNN has reached out to Smith's publicist for comment. Sean "Diddy" Combs took to the stage moments later and told Smith and Rock that they would settle things "like family" later. Roughly 40 minutes after the incident, Smith returned to the stage to accept the Oscar for best actor and apologized to the Academy and his fellow nominees for the incident, but did not mention Rock by name. He tearfully accepted the award for his role as Richard Williams, the father of Venus and Serena Williams, in the film "King Richard." Smith said Williams "was a fierce defender of his family." Smith said, "I know to do what we do, you gotta be able to take abuse and have people talk people about you. In this business, you gotta have people disrespecting you. And you gotta smile and pretend that's ok." Smith also talked about being a "protector" and thanked the tennis legends and their family. Smith shared that prior to his win, fellow nominee Denzel Washington shared some wisdom with him: "At your highest moment be careful, that's when the devil comes for you." Smith ended saying that he hopes the Academy welcomes him back. Violence isn’t OK It was the bombshell moment of the Oscars. Not feel-good best picture winner Coda, or historic wins for Afro-Latina actor Ariana DeBose or deaf actor Troy Kotsur, or the Academy hiring not one but three hosts – Amy Schumer, Wanda Sykes and Regina Hall – for the first time since 2018. No, by far the most talked-about moment of the 94th annual Academy Awards was when the best actor winner, Will Smith, took offense to a joke by presenter Chris Rock and slapped him onstage. Reactions online, of course, ranged from delighted memes to concern. Some supported Smith, including the actor’s 23-year-old son Jaden Smith, who wrote on Twitter minutes after the ceremony: “And That’s How We Do It.” Representative Ayanna Pressley, who has also been open about stigma faced with alopecia, tweeted and deleted a defense of Smith. “#Alopecia nation stand up! Thank you #WillSmith Shout out to all the husbands who defend their wives living with alopecia in the face of daily ignorance & insults,” the deleted tweet read. Or, as actor LaKeith Stanfield put it in an interview on the red carpet for the Vanity Fair Oscar party: “I don’t know, it was crazy. I don’t know, it was surreal.” Some were appalled by Smith’s behaviour, seeing it as an example of the normalization of violence. “Violence isn’t ok. Assault is never the answer,” tweeted actor Sophia Bush. “Also? This is the 2nd time that Chris has made fun of Jada on the #Oscars stage, & tonight he went after her alopecia. Punching down at someone’s auto-immune disease is wrong. Doing so on purpose is cruel. They both need a breather.” “Let me tell you something, it’s a very bad practice to walk up on stage and physically assault a Comedian,” tweeted comedian Kathy Griffin. “Now we all have to worry about who wants to be the next Will Smith in comedy clubs and theaters.” “Someone in the audience charged the stage Friday night during my opener’s set and attempted to throw the speaker, started taking swings at the people trying to stop her and pushed down a security guard. It’s scary times. So, no, I don’t find someone getting hit on stage amusing,” tweeted comedian Fortune Feimster. “The ‘vessels of love’ I have known or admired never acted violently against another human being…” tweeted the actor Cary Elwes, referring to Smith’s acceptance speech for best actor, in which he said he felt called to be a “vessel of love”. One official body to weigh in was the Los Angeles police department (LAPD), which released the following statement: “LAPD investigative entities are aware of an incident between two individuals during the Academy Awards program. The incident involved one individual slapping another. The individual involved has declined to file a police report. Will Smith apologizes to the Academy and fellow nominees Will Smith won his first Academy Award on Sunday night and offered his apologies to the Academy and others for an earlier incident in which the actor appeared to strike presenter Chris Rock. He tearfully accepted the award for his role as Richard Williams, the father of Venus and Serena Williams, in the film "King Richard." Smith said Williams "was a fierce defender of his family." Smith said, "I know to do what we do, you gotta be able to take abuse and have people talk people about you. In this business, you gotta have people disrespecting you. And you gotta smile and pretend that's ok." Smith also talked about being a "protector" and thanked the tennis legends and their family. Smith shared that prior to his win, fellow nominee Denzel Washington shared some wisdom with him: "At your highest moment be careful, that's when the devil comes for you." Smith ended saying that he hopes the Academy welcomes him back. Watch Video: Will Smith violence on the Oscar stage | Read The comments | Video | Will Smith Source CNN The Gardian

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