This is not the first time the comedian has disparaged Jada Pinkett Smith at the Oscars in the year 2022. While hosting the Oscars in 2016, he had already done that.
Actor Will Smith stunned the world on Sunday night program the Oscars night by punching comedian Chris Rock in the face. Rock's quip about Smith's wife Jada Pinkett Smith's shorn head served as the catalyst.
Can't wait for GI Jane 2," the comic told Jada. Will Smith was so enraged by the remark that he approached the broadcaster and attacked him.
The actor emerged from his seat and said, "Keep my wife's name out of your f****** lips!"
On her talk program, Jada Pinkett Smith discussed why she decided to shave her head a few years ago and how her fight with alopecia areata influenced her decision.
In the 1997 film "GI Jane," Demi Moore played Jordan O'Neil, the first female to go through Navy Seal training. During the training, she even outperformed several of her male contemporaries.
O'Neal shaves her head and adopts the moniker "GI Jane" to establish her status as a Navy Seal. She entirely conceals her femininity in the process.
Rock made fun of Pinkett Smith's buzzcut by drawing on Moore's persona.
Following the occurrence, major celebrities and internet users from around the world rushed to social media with their responses.
On Twitter, singer Cardi B warned, "Be careful because the devil wants to come for you when you're at your highest point.
Comedian Trevor Noah questioned whether Smith and Rock's argument was faked. "What????? That was not staged "Tweeted him.
The comedian has chosen not to report Will Smith to the authorities, according to the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).
The comedian has chosen not to report Will Smit to the police, according to the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). The comic has previously made crude remarks about Will Smith's wife. In 2016, when serving as the Oscars' host, Rock made fun of Pinkett Smith for refusing to attend the ceremony because there weren't enough diverse nominations, alleging that she wasn't even invited.
Pinkett Smith said that she wanted to "keep it going" past the jokes.
On March 27, the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles hosted the 94th Academy Awards.