« Reply #106 on: March 31, 2022, 09:07:04 PM »
I agree it seems really farfetched. However you don't know their financial situation. Rich folks do go bankrupt due to overspending and poor decisions. Exhibit A, Antoine Walker losing more the $108 million.
I'm not putting it past being staged but what would be the upside for Smith to do so? He was clearly going to be the bad guy and he'd be stepping on his Oscar nomination and potential win.
I forget whether we said it here or if it was another conversation but the anticipated avalanche of comedians defending Chris Rock and slaughtering Will Smith is in full swing. Enjoy!!
The first 3 min McAfee refers to: https://youtu.be/tPxzZI02YtM
And many many more. LOL
I did say earlier that if anyone thinks Will’s violent response was effective in stopping his wife from being the butt of jokes, he did the opposite. He provided perfect fodder edgy comedians who will be doing Will/Jada jokes for a while. Maybe Will can go on a comedian punching tour to protect his poor defenseless family.
Wonder how many of the standing ovation folks wish they could have that moment back?
Technically, it would be a slapping tour, lol. But otherwise you are correct—he gave comedians more ammo. If Smith hadn't done or said anything (publicly, at least), this never would've been a thing.
But one thing that I've seen no one, anywhere, point out or question: Smith initially was laughing at the G.I. Jane joke. So what prompted his sudden shift in attitude? Did Jada give him a dirty look or something?
There’s now video that allegedly shows Jada laughing after the slap.
The Smiths may just be an unhinged family.
Here it is. Staged event IMO.
In Boston chris rock tickets went from 46$ to 500$ and quickly sold out. Society is nuts.
Doesn't make any sense that it was staged. Two incredibly rich guys concoct a scheme that sends a terrible message in the hope of driving up ticket prices for Chris Rock's show? No.
I think if Will Smith lost $108 million tomorrow, he wouldn't notice.
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