Chris Rock, 57, is still laughing at the infamous Will Smith punch at the 2022 Academy Awards in his comedy shows on July 29. He reportedly made several statements about the actor that sparked laughter among others. Suge Knight, the former CEO of Death Row Records, is currently serving time for pleading no contest to voluntary manslaughter in a fatal hit-and-run in 2015, has been linked to both Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G.s deaths, although
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According to CNN, everybody is attempting to be a f*cking victim. If everybody claims to be a victim, nobody will hear the actual victims, even me, Chris said during his interview. I went to work the next day, I got kids. Anyone who claims to have been hurt has never been struck in the face.
Will posted a video on YouTube shortly after Chris' latest reported statements, publicly apologizing for the slap and answering fan questions about the notorious moment. The message that came back is that he isn't ready to talk and when he is, he will reach out, according to him in the video.
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I want to apologize to Chriss mother, he continued. I saw an interview that Chriss mother did. And that was one of the things about that moment I just didn't realize. I want to apologize to Chriss family. Specifically Tony Rock. We had a fantastic relationship. And this is probably irreparable.
Chris reportedly said to a crowd that he was not a victim when he spoke about the slap at a different comedy event on July 24 in New Jersey. He reportedly said that when I shook that s**t off, I wouldn't go to the hospital for a papercut.
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