Chris Rock

At a recent comedy show in Holmdel, N.J., Chris Rock addressed being slapped by Will Smith in the most direct way yet. 

Dave Chappelle appeared ahead of Kevin Hart and Chris Rock during the comedy duo's tour stop at New York's Madison Square Garden.

There might be a new kings of comedy duo in the making. Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle are co-headlining a show together in London.

In an appearance as guest host on The Wendy Williams Show, actress Vivica A. Fox addressed the now-infamous slap at the Oscars and the comments that Jada Pinkett-Smith made about it this week.

Jada Pinkett Smith suggested that her husband Will Smith and Chris Rock end their feud and set aside their differences.

During a surprise guest appearance at a recent Dave Chappelle comedy set, Rock called the retired rapper the "softest n-word to ever rapped."

Chiming in with his own thoughts is the former Fresh Prince's partner DJ Jazzy Jeff, who defended his friend in a very blunt fashion.


One thing we find in common in all of these customers are, they all white people. Just sayin.'

It looks like Will Smith isn’t the only one who doesn’t much appreciate the way Chris Rock jokes around.


For his part, Will Smith has apologized to Chris Rock writing "I was out of line and I was wrong" for getting out of pocket over a bad joke about his wife's alopecia.

FINALLY, we are getting more clarity on The Oscars slap and hearing from people who directly know what happened after the now-infamous moment.