Chris Rock's Brother Calls Out Will Smith At Stand-Up Comedy Show Following Humiliating Oscars Slap
Tony Rock is calling out Will Smith, 53, after watching his brother Chris Rock, 57, get slapped in the face on live tv last Sunday.
Tony — also an actor and stand up comic — is clearly still upset about the shocking altercation that occurred after the Madagascar voice actor told a poorly thought out joke about Jada Pinkett Smith appearing in "G.I. Jane 2".
Tony, 47, began his set by warning the audience that any attempts to recreate the famed Oscars slap wouldn't be tolerated.
"If you think you gonna to walk up on this stage, this ain’t the motherf***ing Oscars!" he could be seen telling the crowd in footage obtained by The Shade Room. "And if you walk your a** up here, you ain’t nominated for s**t but these motherf***ing hands! Oh, we going to pop the rest of the year, n****. Every time you see me do a show, pop!"
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Tony added he hadn't wanted to "start the show like that" before appearing to address the Independence Day actor directly (who was not present at the show). "You gonna hit my motherf***ing brother because your b**** gave you a side-eye? ... Oh, it’s a lot of Rock brothers, y’all ain’t know, it’s a lot of Rock brothers."
Chris is the oldest in a big family which, aside from his younger brother Tony, includes — Andre, Brian, Kenny, Jordan, their half brother Charles, who passed away in 2006, and their sister Andi.
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As OK! previously reported, the King Richard star — who was later awarded an Oscar that night for his performance — took the stage at the 94th Academy Awards and slapped the presenter for insulting his wife's hair loss.
A source later revealed that despite Jada's openness in discussing her medical condition, The Longest Yard actor allegedly had no idea that she had alopecia.