Translated From: They filter a video of the actor’s aggression against Chris Rock where the …

Discovered on: 2022-03-31 17:49:16

The images where Will Smith slaps Chris Rock have gone around the world and have been analyzed in detail. Even so, there are many things about the event that are unknown.

Chris Rock has come to say that he still does not feel ready to talk about this subject, but it is sensed that he has a lot to say about what happened behind the scenes.

But one of the details that was not known was the reaction of Jada Pinkett, wife of Will Smith and offended by Rock’s joke. These days a video of unknown origin has been leaked that has been circulating on TikTok where it can be seen.

In the sequence, Smith is seen turning back to his seat just after the assault. The comedian is heard saying “Will Smith just hit me,” at which point Jada leans forward in a laugh-like gesture.

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett during the Oscars 2022 gala.


Before, at the beginning, he stands with his hands clasped in a tense posture. When Rock begins to speak after the slap, she seems to relax.

Then she gets awkward again when her husband starts yelling at her not to say his wife’s name. The rumor of the public is heard perfectly, since the sound of the mobile from which she is recording picks it up more clearly.

Will Smith and Chris Rock during the 2022 Oscars


Jada is completely paralyzed after her husband’s screams and it can no longer be seen that he makes any gesture of any kind.

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