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Chris Rock x Netflix

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You knew it was coming. On Saturday, March 4, he aired his Netflix live show. Chris Rock: Selective Outrage, in Baltimore, Chris Rock pretty much eviscerated Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith with all the pent-up slander he could muster, but it’s not being universally applauded.

You know the story. Smith walked onto stage following a sarcastic joke Rock made about his wife at the 2022 Oscars ceremony. smack fire out of the comedian. Rock didn’t really go into depth about the incident. There were many apologies.

It was up until last night.

Rock had a whole set with some potent, and a-ight, jokes (we predict coming for Meghan Markle ain’t gonna fly), but you knew most people were waiting to here what he had to say about that. And he didn’t disappoint.

“I got smacked at the f*cking Oscars by this motherf*cker. People like: Did it hurt? It still hurts,” said Rock said. “I got ‘Summertime’ ringing in my ears.”

But Rock saved the most fiery stuff for Jada, who he said “started this sh*t.”

“Everybody in here has been cheated on,” said Rock, referencing the Smith’s infamous Red Table Talk where they discussed Jada’s entanglement with August Alsina. “None of us have ever been interviewed by the person that cheated on us on television.” After mentioning how everyone was calling Smith a b*tch after that moment, Rock added, “Everybody, and who’s he hit? Me. A ni**a he knows he could beat. That is some bitch ass sh*t.”

However, although he got his full roast on, there are people who don’t think he did much to help the situation and are quite critical of his performance. He still called Pinkett Smith by her name, and many people are taking notice of possible misogynoir.

Rock is another constant critic. He tells people to be careful what they say in public, but he had no problem speaking out against Black people.

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