His wife and Hollywood abandoned him, but Will Smith will return to the screen to continue succeeding

Will Smith’s life changed forever on March 22, 2022 and the slap he gave Chris Rock at the Oscars buried what he had achieved. His wife and Hollywood left him, but will return to the screen to continue triumphing.

American actor, Will Smith, has lived one of the worst moments of his life and his career after slapping comedian Chris Rock in the middle of the Oscars ceremony for making a heavy joke about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s alopecia.

After starring in the most commented moment of the ninth fortieth edition of the Oscars, Will Smith, issued a public apology acknowledging wrongdoing and resigned from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

The popularity of the talented 53-year-old actor fell into a tailspin, his professionalism was called into question and he lost important projects like his role in the movie “Aladdin 2” because “no one wants to have a violent lead in their cast.”

But also, his marriage to Jada Pinkett Smith is at its worst after the incidentThe American actress even declared that her husband had exaggerated with his attitude and that she did not need him to defend her. Since then she has not been seen together.

Will Smith checked into a rehabilitation clinic to deal with the stress and rejection he received as a result of his violent reactionand was captured by the paparazzi in Bombay, India, after meeting with a spiritual leader to try to overcome what happened.

But while many turned their backs on him, Will Smith received encouraging news from Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group Chairman and CEO Tom Rothman, who confirmed his participation in the movie “Bad Boys 4” alongside his co-star Martin Lawrence.

In an exclusive interview for the specialized portal “Deadline”, Tom Rothman clarified that Will Smith’s career is not over and that the unfortunate incident he starred in at the Oscars does not define him as an actor or as a person.

“What happened was very unfortunate. I have known Will Smith for many years and I know he is a good person. It was a display of a good person having a very bad time in front of everyone. I think his apology and regret are sincere.” I believe in forgiveness and redemption,” he said.

On March 27, Chris Rock was about to present the award for Best Documentary at the gala and during his speech he joked telling Will Smith that he was looking forward to a sequel to “GI Jane”, making an obvious reference to his wife’s shaved head.

Extremely enraged, Will Smith, burst onto the stage and slapped Chris Rockthen returned to his seat and yelled at the comedian: “Get my wife’s name out of your &%$# ​​mouth”, starring in the most talked about moment of the 2022 Oscars ceremony.

An incident that left millions of spectators stunned and everyone present at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, California in shocked silence, and that it quickly became a trend on social networks and grabbed the headlines of the international press.

Minutes later, Will Smith, received the golden statuette in the category of Best Actor for his performance in the film “King Richard” and during his acceptance speech he apologized to his fellow nominees and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

In 2018, the American actress, Jada Pinkett Smith, revealed during his talk show “Red Table Talk” that he was diagnosed with alopeciaan autoimmune disease that attacks hair follicles and causes bald patches or hair loss.

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I have a degree in Communication Sciences, graduated from the Universidad de Occidente, Los Mochis unit, Sinaloa. Reporter and host of TV Azteca Sinaloa. Reporter and streaming host of El Debate de Los Mochis. I have dedicated myself to telling stories. Relate great things to inspire. Narrate pains and sorrows to mitigate and help. I believe in the power of words, in the kindness of people and in the magic of laughter, sighs and moments. I am a dreamer, curious, smiling and passionate. I advance carrying longings and hopes. As long as life lasts, I refuse to be indifferent. We can all move that stone out of the way.

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