Bill Maher Says Will Smith’s Chris Rock Slap Was Twitter Personified

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  Bill Maher Says Will Smith’s Chris Rock Slap Was Twitter Personified

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While there’s lots of POVs on Will Smith‘s slap — one person has a take we haven’t heard, and that’d be Bill Maher … who sees it as a microcosm of society at large these days.



We got the HBO host and legendary comic Tuesday on “TMZ Live,” and he kept it as honest as ever when dishing his thoughts on the whole Oscars saga. Long story short … BM seems to think Will’s reaction was literally faux Twitter outrage encapsulated in, well, ‘Real Time.’



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Check out Bill’s perspective … because it really feels spot-on as far as what exactly happened, or at least what we all saw anyway. Scorpion 1x04 - Shorthanded



Bill gives the play-by-play, explaining that Will laughed at Chris Rock‘s “G.I. Jane” joke at first — apparently finding some humor in it, or so it would seem — but then changing his tune on a dime, which looked to be in direct response to how Jada Pinkett reacted … AKA, not well.



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It was then that Will got up and did what he did, which Bill says was a total overreaction — not dissimilar from what he believes a lot of Twitter justice warriors do on the daily.



In his mind, a lot of folks might think something is funny at first (privately) but then look around the room and realize they aren’t “allowed” to actually feel that way … and then pivot accordingly, oftentimes resulting in overblown indignation.



This is Will Smith dancing with his Oscar. It’s all love baby Bill Maher Says Will Smith’s Chris Rock Slap Was Twitter Personified

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