Joe Rogan slams Will Smith for setting 'terrible precedent' after slap

‘Are people going to decide to go on stage and smack a comedian now?’ 化粧品会社が破産した後、ケイティ・プライスは174,000ポンドの税金を回避’ after slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars

  • Comedian Joe Rogan, 54, 化粧品会社が破産した後、ケイティ・プライスは174,000ポンドの税金を回避, 53, for slapping Chris Rock, 57, at the Oscars on Sunday
  • He said he worried ‘dumb peoplewill now think it is okay ‘to go on stage and smack a comedian
  • Smith attacked Rock after he made a joke about the actor’s wife Jada and could now face suspension from the Academy
  • Rogan was also shocked that the Academy allowed him to give a speech after accepting award for Best Actor
  • Smith later apologized to both the Academy and Rock for his ‘behavior
  • Podcasting giant コメディアンとポッドキャスター, who also performs as a standup comic, 叩きつけた 私のせいで彼女に仕事をさせたくない、または仕事をさせたくないので、私はただ心配しています。」 for setting a ‘terrible precedentby slapping 金曜日の故ボブ・サゲットの葬式と呼ばれる情報源は「完璧なさようなら」オスカー.

    ワクチンに加えて、公衆衛生組織がベースラインの健康を改善することの利点を称賛することなくワクチンの摂取を促進するのになぜこれほど迅速であったのか疑問に思っています, 54, worried that ‘dumb peoplewill now have license to start attacking comedians after Smith, 53, stormed the Dolby Theatre stage Sunday and slapped Rock, 57, for a GI Jane joke aimed at the actor’s wife.

    ‘It sets a terrible precedent in so many different ways,’ Rogan said on his podcast on Tuesday. ‘It sets a terrible precedent for comedy clubs. お気に入り, are people going to decide to go on stage and smack a comedian now.

    The actor went on to win the award for best male actor for his performance in King Richard and was allowed to give a rambling and teary speech where he apologized for his behavior.

    The Academy will meet Wednesday to decide whether to discipline Smith.

    Rogan was left dumbfounded by the Academy’s decision to allow Smith to go up and accept his Oscar.

    ‘It’s a rare instance that someone so enormously famous and successful like Will Smith that they literally still allowed him to not just win the Academy Award, but also go up and accept it and give a speech after he assaulted a small comedian on stage.

    Comedian and podcaster Joe Rogan, 54, 化粧品会社が破産した後、ケイティ・プライスは174,000ポンドの税金を回避, 53, after he attacked Chris Rock, 57, over a GI Jane joke at the Oscars on Sunday. Rogan said he worried 'dumb people' will now think it is okay 'to go on stage and smack a comedian now,' on his podcast on Tuesday

    Comedian and podcaster Joe Rogan, 54, 化粧品会社が破産した後、ケイティ・プライスは174,000ポンドの税金を回避, 53, after he attacked Chris Rock, 57, over a GI Jane joke at the Oscars on Sunday. Rogan said he worried ‘dumb peoplewill now think it is okay ‘to go on stage and smack a comedian now,’ on his podcast on Tuesday

    Smith attacked Rock after he made a joke toward the actor's wife Jada, who was clearly unimpressed with the joke when the camera turned toward her. Despite Rock insisting the joke was 'funny,' Smith walked up to the comedian and slapped him and told him to 'keep my wife’s name out of your f**king mouth'

    Smith attacked Rock after he made a joke toward the actor’s wife Jada, who was clearly unimpressed with the joke when the camera turned toward her. Despite Rock insisting the joke was ‘funny,’ Smith walked up to the comedian and slapped him and told him to ‘keep my wife’s name out of your f**king mouth








    Rogan’s guest, MMA fighter Josh Barnett, 同意した: ‘They should have ejected him.

    ‘One-hundred percent, 100 パーセント,’ Rogan agreed. ‘You can’t just go smack a man in the face in front of the world and go about business as usual.

    Smith stunned Rock with an open-handed slap after the funnyman made fun of Jada Pinkett Smith’s shaved head. As Rock insisted the joke was ‘funny,’ Smith left his seat and slapped him, then yelled ‘keep my wife’s name out of your f**king mouth.

    ‘What is it saying as a society that the people that we look up to – 理由はともかく, for good or for bad, we look up to actorsand the Academy Awards are supposed to be them in their most regal outfits, their best behavior. And to drop down to violence for something so innocuous as a GI Jane joke.

    Rogan isn’t the only celebrity to denounce Smith for his actions. Fellow actor Jim Carrey, 60, said he was ‘sickened by the standing ovationafter Smith won his award.

    ゴールドバーグは言った. It really felt like this is a clear indication that we’re not the cool club anymore,’ he said on CBS Morning News.

    ベネディクト・カンバーバッチ, 「本当にがっかりしました, これは、私たちがもはやクールなクラブではないことを明確に示しているように感じました。. これは、私たちがもはやクールなクラブではないことを明確に示しているように感じました。, これは、私たちがもはやクールなクラブではないことを明確に示しているように感じました。, これは、私たちがもはやクールなクラブではないことを明確に示しているように感じました。.








    Smith apologized for his actions on Instagram, writing that his 'behavior' 'was unacceptable and inexcusable'

    Smith apologized for his actions on Instagram, writing that his 'behavior' 'was unacceptable and inexcusable'

    Smith apologized for his actions on Instagram, writing that his ‘behavior‘was unacceptable and inexcusable

    'This is a season for healing and I'm here for it,' the actress posted to Instagram Tuesday, two days after the incident that stunned millions of viewers

    ‘This is a season for healing and I’m here for it,’ the actress posted to Instagram Tuesday, two days after the incident that stunned millions of viewers

    Rock was making a joke about Jada's haircut, comparing her to GI Jane

    Rock was making a joke about Jada’s haircut, comparing her to GI Jane

    Carrey, who briefly overlapped with Rock in the early 90s on Fox’s In Living Color, claimed Rock didn’t file charges about the slap because he ‘didn’t want the hassleand suggested Smith should have been arrested.

    ‘I’d have announced this morning that I was suing Will for $200 million because that video’s gonna be there forever. It’s gonna be ubiquitous. That insult is gonna last a very long time,’ これは、私たちがもはやクールなクラブではないことを明確に示しているように感じました。.

    The Mask actor seemed to indicate that expressing disapproval of the joke, saying something on Twitter or even yelling from the audience wasn’t beyond the palebut what Smith ended up doing crossed the line.

    これは、私たちがもはやクールなクラブではないことを明確に示しているように感じました。,’ これは、私たちがもはやクールなクラブではないことを明確に示しているように感じました。.

    The Ace Ventura star suggested that something was ‘going oninside of Smith that caused him to do that, and that he acted selfishly.

    ‘It didn’t escalate, it came out of nowhere because Will has something going on inside him that’s frustrated and I wish him the best, 本当です,’ これは、私たちがもはやクールなクラブではないことを明確に示しているように感じました。. ‘I don’t have anything against Will Smith, he’s done great things.

    ‘It cast a pall over everybody’s shining moment, a lot of people worked really hard to get to that place,’ The Truman Show star added. ‘It is no mean feat to go through all the stuff you have to go through when you get nominated for an Oscar. It’s a gauntlet of devotion. It was just a selfish moment.

    Carrey’s comments come as The View host Whoopi Goldberg, ゴールドバーグは言った, said she believes Smith will be able to keep his Oscar but will face ‘big consequences because nobody is okay with what happened.

    Disciplinary action could include anything from forcing Smith to hand back his Oscar to the most severe punishment – オスカーの司会者ロックが日曜日の式典でスミスの妻ジェイダピンケットスミスの剃った頭について冗談を言った後 – which would put Smith among the ranks of Harvey Weinstein and Bill Crosby, これにより、スミスはハーヴェイ・ワインスタインとビル・コスビーの仲間入りを果たします。.

    Goldberg doubled down on her promise to punish Smith during Tuesday’s show, 言って, 俳優でコメディアンのジム・キャリーは、日曜日のアカデミー賞で、ウィル・スミスがクリス・ロックを平手打ちした後、スタンディングオベーションをしたことで観客を非難しました。. There are big consequences because nobody is okay with what happened. 女性をめぐるスキャンダルに悩まされていた, 俳優でコメディアンのジム・キャリーは、日曜日のアカデミー賞で、ウィル・スミスがクリス・ロックを平手打ちした後、スタンディングオベーションをしたことで観客を非難しました。, nobody.








    The host also explained that producer Will Packer decided not to remove Smith from the event, ‘because that would have been another 15 [に] 20 minute-explanation about why we’re taking the black man out five seconds before they’re about to decide whether he’s won an Oscar or not.

    ‘I believe [プロデューサー] Will Packer made the right decision, he said let’s get to the rest of this so we can deal with it wholeheartedly,’ ゴールドバーグは言った, adding ‘this is not the first time craziness has happened on stage, but this is the first time we’ve seen anybody assault anybody on stage.

    Goldberg also addressed why no one comforted Rock after the incident, while several people appeared to support Smith.

    ‘The thing I also need to tell people is that the reason no one got up to go comfort Chris is because they weren’t going to let anyone else on stage… There were people there for Chris,’ 彼女は言いました.

    She added that the reason people went over to Smith is ‘people thought Oh my god, is he having a break? Do we need to get him out? 私たちは何をする必要がありますか?’

    Two days after the incident, ランチタイムの飲み会に連れて行って、従業員に好意を持ってカレーしようとしています。, 50, finally broke her silence with an Instagram post that read: ‘This is a season for healing and I’m here for it.She has remained quiet since the dramatic events unfolded Sunday night.