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Chris Rock Says He Won’t Talk About Will Smith’s Slap Until He’s ‘Paid’ At Palm Springs Show

Chris Rock reportedly told a live audience he was “okay” and “life is good,” but he’s not talking about the moment Will Smith shockingly slapped him on stage at the Oscars, until they were compensated.

Chris Rock57, have feelings about Will Smith slapping her after a joke Jada Pinkett-SmithThe head left at the Oscars, but he’s not going public with them unless he gets money for it. The comedian had a comedy show on April 8 in Indio, CA, and told the audience he was “okay” after the headline-making incident, which led to Will being banned from attending the Academy Awards for 10 years. was gone, but he wouldn’t talk about it until he got “paid”, palm desert sun,

“I’m fine, I have a whole show, and I’m not talking about that until I get paid. Life is good. I got my hearing back,” he reportedly told the audience .

Chris Rock, Will Smith
Chris Rock and Will Smith during a slapping incident. (shutterstock)

It’s not clear what Chris means by “getting paid,” but there’s a lot of potential. He may very well be talking about giving an exclusive interview to a network. Although he was approached by many people to voice his views, perhaps he was not offering enough. Another possibility is that he is planning a civil suit against Will, which will give him an opportunity to pay. It’s also quite possible that Chris is just joking and will eventually speak up when he’s ready.

Ahead of his latest comedy gig, Chris spoke publicly for the first time since Thappad at his comedy show in Boston, MA on March 30. At the time, he told show attendees that he was “still processing” what happened. “I don’t have a bunch of texts — what happened,” he reportedly said, before revealing he had written his entire comedy show before the headline-making slap happened. “I liked a whole show I wrote before this weekend. I’m still kinda processing what happened. So at some point, I’ll talk about that s-. So I’m going to crack some jokes, It’s good to be outside.”

Chris Rock, Will Smith
Another photo of Chris Rock and Will Smith on the Oscars stage during Thappad. (shutterstock)

Chris also reportedly said that he wasn’t going to “address” it at all during a surprise appearance at the Comedy Cellar on April 5. on stage and said, ‘Lower your expectations. I’m not going to address that s—t,” revealed an audience member page six,

Shortly after the slap, which took place on March 27, Will released a statement that included apologizing to Chris and all those he affected. He has since resigned from the Academy and has “accepted and respected” the Academy’s decision to ban him from annual ceremonies for 10 years.

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Reference from hollywoodlife.com

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