Chris Rock has come out swinging!Publicly, for the first time, the 58-year-old comedian addressed being slapped by Will Smith at the 94th Academy Awards ceremony during his live Netflix special, Selective Outrage, at Baltimore's Hippodrome Theatre.Rock's special wasted no time diving into his titular subject matter, railing against woke culture and modern sensitivities, accusing hypocrites of «typing out woke-ass tweets on a phone made by child slaves.» «If everybody claims to be a victim, when the real victims need help, ain't nobody gonna be there to help them,» the comedian declared. «Right now, we live in a world where the emergency room is filled with motherf***ers with paper cuts.»The comedian made several off-hand references to the Oscars incident, proclaiming, «Anyone who says words hurt has never been punched in the face,» and noting — after jokes about Snoop Dogg and Jay-Z that he didn't «need any more rappers mad at him.»But it wasn't until the special's end that Rock dove fully into the Oscars incident.«Everybody f**kin' knows.
Yes, it happened, like a year ago, I got smacked at the f**king Oscars by this motherf**ker,» he said of Smith.«People are like, 'Did it hurt?
It still hurts!» Rock said with a laugh. «I've got 'Summertime' ringing in my ears.»However, Rock insisted that he's «not a victim.»«You will never see me on Oprah or Gayle crying.
Never gonna happen,» he insisted.«I took that hit like Pacquiao, motherf**ker.»Rock also poked fun at the size difference between the two men before getting more personal, speculating that Smith's attack was about him «practicing selective outrage.»«Everybody knows that had nothing to do with me.Read more on etonline.com