Chris Rock Talks About Will Smith's Oscars Slap in A Live Netflix Show

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Comedian Chris Rock is tired of talking about Will Smith's infamous Oscar's slap, but he wants to make one thing clear It hurt.

Rock, 58, spoke at length about the 2022 Academy Awards incident during a live Netflix comedy special.

You know what people say, they say, 'words hurt,' Rock said. Anybody that say words hurt has never been punched in the face.

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Will Smith has since said bottled rage led to his actions.

The confrontation became a cultural lightening rod for conversations around America's appetite for casual violence, as Mr Smith was allowed to remain at the ceremony and later accepted his first-ever Oscar for Best Actor.

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Rock was praised for maintaining his composure following the incident.

In the streaming service's first live comedy show, Chris Rock Selective Outrage, the performer tackled a wide range of issues, including woke culture, Meghan Markle and politics.

I'm going to try to do the show without offending anyone, Rock said, in a nod to the Smith altercation. Because you never know who might get triggered.

With his distinct cadence and unapologetic and uncensored tone, Rock joked to a sold-out auditorium in Baltimore, Maryland.