On Monday (Nov. 28), The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Their latest episode featured the award-winning rapper/actor. Will is promoting the new film. Emancipation but also spoke on the slap that essentially changed his life.
“That was a terrible night, as you can see.” Will Smith explained. It has many complexities and nuances. It was all lost at the end of it all. I don’t know what I would say. [is]You just never know what someone is going though. That night, I was going through something. It doesn’t excuse my behavior.
“We just have to be kind to each other, man.” Will Smith continued. “It’s hard. It was hard. I understood the concept of hurt people hurting people. That’s not me.
“I understand how shocking it was to people,” Smith added. “I was gone, dude. That was a rage that had been bottled for a really long time.”
Will Smith’s reputation has been somewhat marred since he walked onto the stage and violently. slapped Chris Rockfor making an insensitive joke on Jada Pinkett Smith’s wife Will during the live broadcast of the 2022 Oscars. Will Smith apologized on social mediaThe incident occurred days later. He was released four months later in July. broke his silence In a video, he answered questions about the infamous moment.
“I was fogged out at that point.” Will Smith explained. It’s all fuzzy. Chris has not yet reached out to me. He said that he was not ready to talk, but that he would reach out when he is. Chris, I’m sorry. My behavior was unacceptable.
It doesn’t appear that the public apology was enough for Chris Rock to come to an agreement. blasted the apologyA few days later, at the 02 Arena.
Check out Will Smith’s interview on The Daily Show with Trevor NoahBelow
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