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Will Smith ‘in a better place’ after the Oscar slap

Will Smith ‘in a better place’ after the Oscar slap

Kevin Hart comments on it Will Smith “repentant” and “in a better place” After the infamous incident at the 2022 Oscars, Smith slapped host Chris Rock in the face.

Talk to the mediator Entertainment tonightHart commented, “Will sorry, you know, he’s in a better place of course than he is yet. People are human and we as humans make mistakes sometimes. So it’s not about talking about the past, but about acknowledging the present and doing your best to move forward.”

Smith is best known for cutting a Best Documentary Presenter’s Best Documentary Presenter Monologue after he made a joke about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s hair, went up on stage and punched him. Smith was not fired from the event and later won an Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in it Ray Richard. He said he wanted to be a “pot of love” off the stage, commenting, “I want to apologize to the Academy and all of my fellow nominees.” accordingly, He offered a more formal apology, saying his actions were “appallingpainful and unforgivable,” and resigned from the Academy’s membership; he was also banned from attending all Academy events for 10 years.

Hart was scheduled to host the 2019 Academy Awards, but was forced to resign in December 2018 after refusing to apologize for his previous homophobic comments. He later apologized on social media.

Hart added, “I just hope they both find a way to find some comfort in that and get over it… I still love him, and I still love Chris, and you know, you can’t judge anyone by one thing. In the end, life goes on and people grow, so Give him the opportunity to do so.”.

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