Chris Rock didn't mince his words when he ridiculed Jada Pinkett Smith for conducting an interview with Will Smith about her infidelity.
Anticipation was high for the comedian's live stand-up Netflix special that premiered last night (March 4), especially since it was widely expected that he would tackle the incident at the Oscars.
While he has mentioned the incident before, this marks the first occasion where he delved into it in detail.
As we mentioned earlier, he didn't restrain himself:
As most of you are likely aware, the incident at the Oscars occurred during last year's Academy Awards ceremony, when Rock made a joke about Pinkett Smith's shaved head that referenced the movie G.I. Jane.
The wisecrack infuriated the Fresh Prince actor, who was captured on camera yelling, 'Don't you ever mention my wife's name again.'
Subsequently, he approached the stage and gave Rock a slap across the face.
Strangely enough, the event continued as though nothing had happened, but Smith faced the consequences afterward, which included a 10-year prohibition from the Oscars.
During his routine, while remarking on Smith's "selective outrage" and referencing an earlier joke, Rock took a dig at Pinkett Smith for interviewing her husband about her infidelity with R&B singer August Alsina, who was a friend of their son.
As reported by Vulture, the two first crossed paths in 2015, when Pinkett Smith was 43 years old and Alsina was 22.
Jada made a startling confession about the affair on an installment of her Facebook show, Red Table Talk, where she referred to their involvement as an "entanglement."
And this is where Rock enters the picture.
In his segment, he states: "Will Smith practices selective outrage because everybody knows what the f**k happened."
"Everybody knows I had nothing to do with that s**t. I didn't have any entanglements."
Without any hesitation, he bluntly declares, "Will Smith's wife was f**king her son's friend," adding that he "wouldn't normally talk about this s**t, but for some reason, they chose to 'put it on the internet'."
The comedian proceeded: "I have no idea why two talented people would do something that f**king low down. What the f**k?"
"We all been cheated on, everybody in here been cheated on. None of us have ever been interviewed by the person that cheated on us on television. None of us."
"They're like, 'Hey, I was sucking somebody else's d***. How did that make you feel?'"
Rock then implies that "she hurt him way more than he hurt me."