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Jim Carrey is ‘disgusted’ to see Will Smith standing up and receiving praise at the Oscars

Jim Carrey is 'disgusted' to see Will Smith standing up and receiving praise at the Oscars

Jim Carrey felt ‘sick’ when he saw Will Smith standing up and receiving praise when he won the Oscar for Best Actor shortly after he slapped Chris Rock.

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During the ceremony on Sunday (27 March 22), the actor came on stage and raised his hand to Chris Rock for joking about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith. Almost 40 minutes later, he stood out from the crowd and received praise when he won Best Actor Williams method.

In an interview with Gayle King on CBS Morning on Tuesday, the Bruce Almighty actor blamed the Oscar audience for his lack of courage after the incident. “I am just happy to be free. I was sick of seeing the standing ovation, he said. Hollywood is brave everywhere and this is a clear indication that we are not really a good people’s club. “

He said Chris Rock refused to press charges because he did not want “trouble”, but if he had been in his shoes, he would not have hesitated. “This video will last forever, it will be ubiquitous. This humiliation will last a long time, ”he explained before condemning the American star’s behavior. “If you want to shout from the audience, show your disapproval or say something on Twitter, (that’s okay, but) you have no right to go on stage and slap someone in the face for speaking out.”

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He told Smith that “there is nothing against Will” but criticized him on stage above the other winners. “It threw everyone on the screen for a great moment, a lot of people worked so hard to get to this place and get their moment in the spotlight and get their award for the really hard work they did., He declared. It’s the most selfish moment, it’s the mask on everything.

The Men in Black star on Instagram apologized for his ‘unacceptable and unforgivable’ behavior and the academy is currently reviewing the incident.