Chris Rock FINALLY Addresses Will Smith’s Oscars Slap In His Live Netflix Special

In a recent standup comedy special released on Netflix, comedian Chris Rock didn’t hold back as he took aim at fellow Hollywood star Will Smith. The special, titled “Chris Rock: Selective Outrage,” features the comedian delivering a series of jokes that are both funny and harshly critical of Smith.

One of the most notable jokes in the special comes when Rock finally addresses Will Smith’s Oscars slap, saying, “You know what people say, they say, ‘words hurt.’ Anybody that say words hurt has never been punched in the face.

“But I’m not a victim, baby. You’ll never see me on Oprah or Gayle crying,” Rock said. He also joked that he “took that s— like Pacquaio.” The joke received a mix of laughter and gasps from the audience, highlighting the controversial nature of Rock’s humor.

Rock’s jokes about Smith didn’t stop there, however. He also took aim at Smith’s practicing what he called “selective outrage,” saying, “Everybody that really knows knows I had nothing to do with that s—,” stated Rock. “I didn’t have any ‘entanglements.'”

He further said that everybody was calling Will a “b—-.” “Everybody,” he quipped. “And who’s he hit? Me, a n—- he knows he can beat. That is some b—- a– s—.”

While some may view Rock’s jokes as unnecessarily harsh, others see it as part of the comedian’s signature style. Rock has long been known for his willingness to tackle taboo topics and push the boundaries of what’s considered socially acceptable in comedy. He even said that he watched Will Smith’s latest movie to see him get beat up.

“I love Will Smith, my whole life. I have rooted for Will Smith my whole life,” Rock said in his special. “Now I watch ‘Emancipation’ just to see him get whooped.”

Regardless of how one feels about Rock’s jokes, it’s clear that the comedian has no problem taking aim at the big elephant in the room. And with his new Netflix special, he’s once again proven that he’s not afraid to speak his mind, no matter how controversial his opinions may be.

Check out some of the footage from his special below:

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