Chris Rock mocks Jada Pinkett Smith for interviewing Will Smith about her affair
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Chris Rock mocked Jada Pinkett Smith for interviewing Will Smith about her affair and, well, he didn't hold back.
Everyone was bracing themselves for the comedian's live stand-up Netflix special, which aired last night (March 4), not least because we all knew he was going to address the whole Oscars slap.
Although he's addressed the incident before, this is the first time he's spoken about it in any depth.
And, like we said, he didn't hold back:
As many of you will already know, the Oscars slap unfolded at last year's Academy Awards, when Rock made a G.I. Jane joke about Pinkett Smith, a comment that referenced her bald head.
The joke enraged the Fresh Prince star, who was seen shouting 'keep my wife's name out of your f***ing mouth'.
He then walked up to the stage and slapped Rock around the face.
Bizarrely, the night carried on as usual, but Smith later faced the repercussions, including a 10-year Oscars ban.
While discussing the 'selective outrage' from Smith's end – a callback to one of his earlier jokes – he made a jibe at the fact that Pinkett Smith interviewed her husband after cheating on him with one of her son's friends, R&B vocalist August Alsina.
According to Vulture, the pair first met in 2015, when Alsina was 22-years-old and Pinkett Smith was 43.
Jada made the shocking admission of the affair during an episode of her Facebook series, Red Table Talk, in which she described their affair as an 'entanglement'.
And this is where Rock comes in.
During his segment, he says: "Will Smith practices selective outrage because everybody knows what the f**k happened.
"Everybody knows I had nothing to do with that s**t. I didn't have any entanglements."
Not beating around the bush, he says, 'Will Smith's wife was f**king her son's friend', adding that he 'wouldn't normally talk about this s**t', but for some reason, they chose to 'put it on the internet'.
The comedian continued: "I have no idea why two talented people would do something that f**king low down. What the f**k?
"We all been cheated on, everybody in here been cheated on. None of us have ever been interviewed by the person that cheated on us on television. None of us.
"They're like, 'Hey, I was sucking somebody else's d***. How did that make you feel?'"
Rock went on to suggest 'she hurt him way more than he hurt me'.
UNILAD has contacted a rep for Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith for comment.