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Will Smith shares video after Oscar fanfare: 'Chris, I want to apologize to you' |  Famous People

Will Smith shares video after Oscar fanfare: ‘Chris, I want to apologize to you’ | Famous People

Famous PeopleIt took some time, but Will Smith (53 years old) gave another sign of life. The actor posted a video on YouTube in which he apologizes to Chris Rock (57) and his family, but also to his family. The actor did so after hitting Chris at the Oscars at the end of March. “My behavior was unacceptable, I will be there when Chris is ready to speak.”


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“It took me a while… for the past few months, I’ve been thinking a lot and working on myself. You had a lot of questions and I wanted to take some time to answer them,” the video opens. He will sit somewhat nervous and begin an urgent round of questions. Why didn’t he apologize to Chris in his acceptance speech at the Oscars? “At that point I was out of the world for a while, it was all a bit hazy. I reached out to Chris, but he replied that he wasn’t ready for an interview yet. If he was, he would call. Chris, I want to apologize to you,” the actor said. directly into the camera. “My behavior was unacceptable, I will be there when you are ready to speak.” Who also addresses Smith to Chris’ mother: “I saw an interview with Chris’ mother and realized how many people were affected by the incident. So I also want to apologize to Chris’s mother and all his family. Especially to Tony Rock (editor of Chris’ brother). Our relationship has been good, but probably irreparable now. “.

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Watch Will Smith’s apology video here.

The next question says: “After Jada rolled her eyes, did she ask you to do something?” Will answers plainly and frankly: “No, I made that choice myself. Jada had nothing to do with it.” The tragic accident affected the Smith family. That’s why Will addresses them as well. “I want to apologize to my family and all the fuss they’ve caused us.” The actor also apologizes to the other Oscar nominees. He says he never intended to steal their spotlight moment.

The next question appears “What would you say to the people who looked at you before the strike, or to the people who said you let them down?” “Disappointing people is a general shock to me. I hate to let people down. It hurts me emotionally and psychologically to know that I didn’t live up to the image people had of me. But I promise you that I am deeply committed to returning light, love, and joy to the world.”

Check out the footage from the accident between Will Smith and Chris Rock below:

Will Smith apologizes after the Oscar incident. © Reuters/YouTube

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