94th Oscar Awards, Will Smith, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Chris Rock
What happened at the Oscars caused problems for Will Smith on Twitter

The 94th Oscar Awards will be remembered for a long time for one incident: actor Will Smith slapping comedian Chris Rock for cracking a joke about his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith. On Twitter, however, a “wrong” Will Smith was targeted. The incident on Sunday divided the internet, with many users supporting Smith and others condemning his actions. They did, however, direct their rage at a video game developer who has a validated Twitter account. The user had to come out and say that it was not him who should be upset with the internet.

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“To be honest, I’m not the person you’re upset or happy with. For a living, I create podcasts and video games. At the risk of infuriating people instead of that other guy, the world would be a better place if we stopped responding to words with violence “He stated this on Twitter.

Will Smith, the actor, does not have a Twitter account. He updates his Instagram account with all of the latest information.

The “wrong” Will Smith also responded to a few user comments.

“I feel sorry for anyone who is pleased or dissatisfied with you. They’ll never get through the din “a user stated “I’m really concerned about the people who cheer on someone punching someone else in the face,” Will Smith responded.

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Then there were memes about what happened at the Oscars in Los Angeles. Chris Rock, the show’s host, made a joke about Jada Pinkett-tightly Smith’s cropped hair, comparing it to Demi Moore’s appearance in “GI Jane.” “I adore you, Jada. Okay, GI Jane 2, I can’t wait to see it “He stated.

At this point, actor Will Smith rose to his feet, approached the comedian, and slapped him.
Jada Pinkett Smith, another actress, has alopecia and publicly revealed her diagnosis in 2018.
Will Smith, who won the Academy Award for Best Actor at the same ceremony, later apologised to the Academy. In a late-night Instagram post, the actor finally apologised to Rock and the Academy, which is undoubtedly considering legal action.

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