Will Smith gives Chris Rock a fresh apple four months after winning an Oscar.


Will Smith officially apologized to Chris Rock four months after beating the comedian at the Academy Awards in March.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Will Smith won the infamous Oscar.

Will Smith recently apologized on YouTube to Chris Rock, who slapped his infamous cheek at the Academy Awards earlier this year.

The video is ‘I’ve been doing a lot of thinking and personal work over the past few months. You asked a lot of fair questions, so I wanted to take the time to answer them.’

‘Everything is vague,’ he said. I reached out to Chris and the message returned was that he wasn’t ready to speak and that he would reach out when he was ready to talk.’

Willard Carroll Smith, Jr., widely known as Will Smith, publicly apologized to Rock in a six-minute YouTube video.

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‘So Chris, I apologize to you,’ said Fresh Prince.

He continued, ‘At that time, there was no part where I thought it was the right thing to do. There is no part that I think is the best way to deal with feelings of rudeness or insult.’

Then, 53-year-old A said, ‘I am deeply reflecting and I am trying not to be ashamed of myself.

In one scene in the video, the actor said, ‘I’m a human too, but I made a mistake. I’m trying not to think of myself as a piece of shit.’

For the unknown, Smith is apologizing for his actions at the Academy Awards ceremony on March 27. When the comedian teased Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, for the baldness of her bald head, the actor rushed to the stage and slapped the host’s rock.

Will Smith apologizes to the Chris Rock family

Will Smith apologized not only to Chris Rock, but also to his family.

He said, ‘My behavior was unacceptable and I am here whenever you are ready to speak. I want to apologize to Chris’ mother. I saw an interview with Chris’ mother, and that was one of those moments.’

The production team said, “I didn’t know how many people were injured at that moment.”

“When he hit Chris, he hit us all,” Rock’s mother Rosalie said in a previous interview with US Weekly. He really hit me.’

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