What Did Martin Luther King Jr’s Daughter Say About Will Smith? Oscars Drama Explained: The notorious Oscars slap of Will Smith will probably go down as one of the most memorable moments in the award show, no, Television history. After the comedian, Chris Rock likened Jada Pinkett Smith to G.I Jane because of her buzz cut- a consequence of alopecia- Will stormed the stage and slapped the comedian. Chris has not lodged a report, as per LAPD, and Will has since publicly apologized for his actions. Social media was controlled by discussions over whether the behavior of the Oscar winner was acceptable and some are asserting that he has painted the Black community in a negative light. Follow More Update On CmaTrends.com
What Did Martin Luther King Jr’s Daughter Say About Will Smith?
Bernice King, the youngest daughter of MLK, talked about the viral slap. She slammed back at the criticism asserting that the behavior of Will Smith was disappointing and as per one user, reinforced the incorrect perception of the Black community. A Black member of the Academy’s board of governors, Roger Ross Williams, allegedly informed The Hollywood Reporter:
“It reinforces stereotypes about Black people, and it just hurts me to my core. Work it out someplace else, not on the stage.” Bernice also wrote on Twitter which reads that “Anybody who thinks “Black People look bad” after the Oscars already thought Black people look foul. Respectability does not cure racism. Be Love, but please do not group of people who did not do so prior to that moment.”
The attorney also analyzed the tweet of The Academy.
She stated: “Condone’ is such an interesting word, frequently wreaking of arrogance or ignorance,” claiming that the root problems should be tackled since the violence that individuals condone could only mean the “the type of violence they are uncomfortable with.”
Bernice called for enlightening the youth about violence- not just physical rather than simply criticizing the situation that happened at the Oscars.
Celebs React To The Behaviour Of Will Smith
You have probably watched the shocking and hilarious live expressions from the celebs in the Oscars crowd, but some A-listers took to social media to condemn their actions of Will. In a now-deleted tweet, director Judd Apatow wrote that “He could have assassinated him. That is pure out-of-control rage and violence. They have heard a million jokes about them in the last 30 years. They are not a freshman in the world of comedy and Hollywood. He lost his mind.”
Howard Stern took to his radio show and states: What you watched on TV was a person with real problems. That is crazy, that is insane when can not contain yourself.”