Chris Rock

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Chris Rock is reviving one of the most popular projects in his career, the hit series 'Everybody Hates Chris,' this time as a cartoon.

Hard to believe it’s been almost 5 months since The Slap Heard Around the World. Will Smith, a man who’s been able to stand the test of time due to his squeaky-clean image, family friendly raps and all around good-natured charm, infamously stormed the stage at The 2022 Academy Awards after famed comedian Chris Rock […]

At a recent comedy show in Holmdel, N.J., Chris Rock addressed being slapped by Will Smith in the most direct way yet.  “Anyone who says words hurt has never been punched in the face,” Rock said, per Variety, later adding, “I’m not a victim. Yeah, that shit hurt, motherfucker. But I shook that shit off […]

Chris Rock is reportedly not interested in joining Jada Pinkett Smith at the red table for reconciliation between him and Will Smith following the infamous Oscars slap. 

It's nothing quite like shared trauma to bring two people together, and comedic actors Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock had their twinning moment last night during a surprise comedy show in Los Angeles where they both spoke on their respective incidents of recently being attacked while on stage.

Hollywood mom Rose Rock confirmed that her son, Chris Rock, is "still processing" the now-viral slap he received from Will Smith at this year's Oscars ceremony, even stating that it felt like he actually slapped her too.

The Academy decided not to turn the other cheek as they impose a ten-year Oscar ban on actor Will Smith Will Smith has, for years, been one of the few people in Hollywood that everyone seemed to like.

The latest in 'The Slap' Saga comes by way of Will Smith himself, who has decided to accept fault for his violent actions against Chris Rock by surprisingly resigning from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences altogether.

In the "Notes From The GED Section," Hughley speaks and shows empathy to the comedic legend, Chris Rock:

It started with a Black man slapping another Black man on live television at the globally televised Oscars, presumably in defense of a Black woman who was being ridiculed over her hairstyle.