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Will Smith seeking therapy post Chris Rock Oscar incident - Reports

An Entertainment Tonight report has now revealed that Will Smith has been seeking therapy after Chris Rock incident.

Published: Friday,May 06, 2022 07:10 AM GMT-06:00
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Will Smith and Chris Rock's Oscars altercation stunned everybody at this year's ceremony, and the fallout hasn't been simple. While Smith was sighted in India after publicly apologizing to Chris Rock and resigning from The Academy

An Entertainment Tonight report has now revealed that the entertainer has been seeking therapy. According to ET, the King Richard star "has been in therapy since the Oscars incident," in which he slapped Chris Rock on stage after the comedian made a joke about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith. On April 23, Smith showed up at a private airfield in Mumbai, where paps got a glimpse of him.

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Jada Pinkett Smith, his wife, returned with the fifth season of her popular talk show Red Table Talk, in which she stated that the family has been focusing on "deep healing." Chris Rock, on the other hand, has stated that he will not address the incident and that he is still processing it after making his first few appearances on this comedy show. Despite the fact that On Tuesday night, Rock made a joke about the Oscars incident after comedian Dave Chappelle was attacked onstage at the Hollywood Bowl as part of the Netflix Is A Joke Festival. While Chapelle fled the stage after being approached by a man wielding a knife, Rock, who was also performing at the event, took the stage to check on Chappelle.

US Reporter Sharon Carpenter shared his account of the incident on social media saying “He was finishing up his performance when a man ran on-stage and lunged at him knocking him to the floor. Security and his entourage then cornered the man as Dave joked about him getting ‘stomped' backstage.”

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priya185 5 months ago I like Will onscreen but he does need therapy
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