Will Smith has been facing constant criticism for being violent at the prestigious Oscars this year. The incident left the internet divided and was the talk of the town for months. Now, the latest is that Will Smith’s ex-wife Sherri Zampino has come forward to support the actor and is apologizing on his behalf.

Almost five months after slapping the Oscars, Zampino has spoken to a publication to clarify his stance on the matter. Speaking to The Daily Mail, she said, “I hope people allow [Will] to be human,” as well as, “I really hope for that because I stand in support of him, we’re doing well.” are on conditions.”

“You can’t heal without forgiveness,” she concluded.

At the 94th Academy Awards, Smith did not like the joke Chris Rock made about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith and went up to her and slapped her in the face. The incident was captured in the lens. Smith later publicly apologized and apologized.

Smith tied the knot with Zampino in 1992 and they parted ways in 1995. They have a son, Trey Smith, who is now 29 years old.

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Smith has been banned from the Academy Awards for 10 years. The Academy said in a statement that the 94th Oscars were affected by the “unacceptable and harmful behavior” of the “The Pursuit of Happiness” actor. And, he also apologized for “not adequately addressing the situation in the room” right after the incident.

It seems American comedian Chris Rock is in no mood to address Will Smith’s apology video, but it’s still okay to make jokes about the Oscars incident. While performing on a stage in Atlanta on Friday night for his “Chris Rock Ago Death World Tour,” he addressed the infamous slapstick and called out “Men in Black” actor “Suge Smith.”

The Rock’s comments came hours after Smith posted a six-minute-long video showing how “deeply sorry” he is for slapping the ex during the Academy Awards in March.

Rock said, “Everyone is trying to be a victim. If everyone claims to be a victim, no one will listen to the real victims.” “Even I was being smacked by Suge Smith. I went to work the next day, I got the kids.”

Rock later quipped, “Anyone who says hurtful words has never been punched in the face.”

Smith’s latest apology video begins with the text, “Over the past few months, I’ve been doing a lot of thoughtful and personal work. You asked a lot of fair questions that I wanted to take some time to answer.”

Smith is then seen entering a room and talking about his feud with The Rock. He explained why he didn’t apologize to The Rock during his Oscar win acceptance speech for Best Actor in “King Richard.” “I was fogged out by that point,” he said. “It’s all fuzzy.”

Smith also shared that he tried to contact The Rock, but indicated that he was unwilling to speak and would contact when he felt comfortable. Smith continued, “So I’ll tell you Chris, I apologize to you. My behavior was unacceptable and I’m here whenever you’re ready to talk.”

At the Oscars, Smith took to the stage and slapped The Rock for joking about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, who suffers from alopecia. A short clip of the incident rocked the internet for months and the internet was divided on the matter.

Following the shocking incident, the Academy banned Smith from attending the prestigious award ceremony for the next 10 years. In March, Smith issued an apology on Instagram, describing his behavior as “unacceptable and unforgivable.

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