- OJ Simpson became the latest celebrity to give his thoughts on the Will Smith/Chris Rock slap.
- The Internet had hilarious reactions to Simpson’s comments about the Smith/Rock situation.
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It’s OJ Simpson’s turn to chime in on the Will Smith/Chris Rock situation.
On Sunday night, Smith slapped Rock in the face during the Oscars for making fun of his wife’s bald head with a G.I. Jane joke.
VIA JAPANESE TELEVISION: The uncensored exchange between Will Smith and Chris Rock pic.twitter.com/j0Z184ZyXa
— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) March 28, 2022
Since then, everyone and their mother has had an opinion on the matter, including O.J. Simpson, who shared thoughts on his Twitter feed.
He was wrong but I understand the sentiment. pic.twitter.com/aURe1pyubg
— O.J. Simpson (@TheRealOJ32) March 29, 2022
“It was unfortunate, I think Will was wrong, look I understand the feeling, in my life I’ve been through a lot of crap and every comedian in the country had an O.J. routine, don’t think I wouldn’t want to slap one of those guys but you gotta accept that it’s humor and I didn’t even think that it was all that egregious, I thought it was semi-unfunny joke.
Of course, the Internet had hilarious reactions to O.J.’s comments.
Ah yes, The Will Smith Oscars take we were all waiting on https://t.co/wVl6kiUqfJ
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) March 29, 2022
What Will Smith did to Chris Rock was one of the worst and most violent things you can do to another human. I’m happy someone like OJ Simpson is speaking out about this. We need more good, non violent people like OJ talking about things like this. https://t.co/tJFhD9TPtY
— Connor (@CJMPadres23) March 29, 2022
— Jay Scott (@JayScottML) March 29, 2022
“I understood the feeling” pic.twitter.com/DAf96Uje7Q
— Dip Diggler (@DipDiggler) March 29, 2022
The man who killed his wife and a random tennis player says he understands where Will Smith was coming from
I’m not sure Smith wanted your help, stabby
Cc @PolitiBunny https://t.co/mcKL4y3uio
— (((Aaron Walker))) (@AaronWorthing) March 29, 2022