Will Smith and Chris Rock have reconciled?

This Sunday, March 27, in the middle of the Oscars ceremony, an incident occurred on stage. Indeed, comedian Chris Rock, who came to award the prize for Best Documentary, made a joke about the hairstyle of Will Smith’s wife. He asked her in front of all the guests if she would play in “GI Jane 2”, a reference to the film “GI Jane” in which Demi Moore played the shaved head. But this joke about the disease of Jada Pinkett Smith who suffers from alopecia, went badly with the actor of “I am a legend”. Will Smith then punched Chris Rock hard in the face before yelling at him to keep “his wife’s name out of his fucking mouth”. An act of violence that the actor, winner of the Oscar for Best Actor, then regretted.

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P. Diddy claims that the two men are no longer in conflict

After the Academy of Oscars formally condemned Will Smith’s gesture and considered sanctions against him, the latter made a point of publicly apologizing on his Instagram account: “My behavior last night at the Oscars was unacceptable and inexcusable. Jokes at my expense are part of the job, but one joke about Jada’s health issue was too much for me and I reacted emotionally. I would like to publicly apologize to you, Chris. What I did was wrong and I was wrong,” he said. Excuses that Chris Rock should accept since according to the statements of P.Diddy, the two men would have already reconciled. According to the rapper who confided in « Page Six », the problem between Chris Rock and Will Smith has been resolved since the After-party of the Oscars. “It’s no longer a problem. It’s over. I can confirm that. There is only love. They are brothers,” he said. For her part, Jada Pinkett Smith came out of silence on March 29 by posting on Instagram, a quote: “It’s a season for healing and I’m here for that. “A gesture that was perhaps intended to ease tensions. For his part, the son of actor Jaden Smith had reacted to him on Twitter by supporting his father: “That’s how we do it”, he had launched after the slap of Will Smith to Chris Rock.

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