“I’m fine, if anyone was wondering. I recovered most of my hearing” said the comedian, in a presentation of Ego Death at the Royal Albert Hall in London, according to La Vanguardia.
Precisely as a result of the incident, ticket sales for the world tour have skyrocketed.
Although at first the comedian had asked that his expectations be reduced because he was “in no way” going to talk about the subject, little by little he has been giving in.
Will Smith’s slap in the face of Chris Rock at the 94th Academy Awards was for a comment made by the comedian about the alopecia suffered by Jada Pinklet, Smith’s wife. This earned the actor expulsion from the academy for ten years.
In addition to that comment, Chris Rock also said on his show: “People expect me to talk nonsense and I’m not going to do it now. Yes eventually on Netflix ”, he commented in reference to the fact.
He had already said something about it before: “I’m fine, I have a full show and I won’t talk about it until I get paid.”
He also said “Anyone who says ‘words hurt’ has never been punched in the face.”
In recent presentations, he has been making more and more comments about it, so the media are keeping an eye on whether he will say anything else or we will have to wait to see the full comment on Netflix.