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.
The latest reaction to Will Smith's viral slap at the Oscars comes by way of Jim Carrey, who not only detested the act of violence against Chris Rock but also found issues with Hollywood for applauding Smith as he went on to accept the top honor of "Best Actor."
Although it appears that Chris Rock won't be pressing charges for the now-infamous slap seen everywhere, Will Smith still took time to publicly apologize for stepping out of character at the Oscars last night to defend a joke aimed at his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith.
“Art imitates life,” Smith said accepting the award. “I look like the crazy father, just like they said about Richard Williams.”
Critics are calling Will Smith’s 'King Richard' biopic about Venus and Serena Williams' father sexist, with some wondering why the film is about Richard Williams and not his famous daughters who he coached to tennis stardom.
Tell us “Who is Your Champion” in life that helped you achieve success and motivated you to work harder to be your best! This is your chance to win $2,500 courtesy of the new movie, King Richard. King Richard follows the journey of a father raising two of the most gifted athletes of all time: Venus and Serena […]
During a recent cover story for 'GQ,' Hollywood star Will Smith got very candid on where his relationship with Jada Pinkett-Smith stands today, and it seems to be way more progressive than many people might've expected.
Will Smith has tapped newcomer and West Philadelphia native Jabari Banks to portray Will in Peacock’s drama reboot of Smith’s beloved sitcom 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.'