Did you know Chris Rock had to opt for therapy after the slap incident at the Oscars? That’s what comedian Leslie Jones says

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Last year Chris Rock and Will Smith’s outrageous incident made a huge impact on the internet. Although it’s very common among comedians to make fun of people on stage, Rock’s comedy sound more like a taunt to Smith when he jokingly talked about Jada Pinkett Smith’s alopecia, which made her go fully bald.

The sudden slap at the Oscar event was so shocking that people mourned about it for a long period of time. The incident got so much hype that it literally made Will Smith get banished from attending any Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences events for the next ten years.

However, we got to know the ‘Men In Black’ star’s side of the story, but did you know what the 58-year-old comedian had to face? Recently comedian Leslie Jones revealed the news to People that the on-stage assault was much more deeper than what the public saw. “That shit was humiliating. It really affected him.” Jones shared, “People need to understand his daughters, his parents, saw that. He had to go to counselling with his daughters.”

In fact, the slap “infuriated” Leslie. “You don’t know that I was going to jump in my car and roll up there.” she further added, “I was so f–king mad on so many levels. Chris Rock did a f—ing joke. I was like, you couldn’t handle that s–t afterwards. This is the Oscars. The whole world is watching.”

While talking about Smith, Jones said that he could have fixed the situation. “I shouldn’t have done that. Bring Chris out. I cannot accept the Oscar right now because that was f—ing wrong.”

After a few days of the incident, Chris Rock and Will Smith both apologised to the audiences and their fans on the internet. Later Smith left social media for several months.

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