Would You Let Will Smith Slap You?

Written by Doug Giles on April 7, 2022

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There’s been plenty of ink spilled about the ‘slap heard round the world’, but there’s one angle hardly anyone has weighed in on.

Everyone and their dog has an opinion on whether or not Chris Rock was out of line for dropping a bald-headed wife joke.

And if you had a nickel for every opinion about Will Smith standing up to defend the ‘honor’ of a woman who had publicly cuckolded him with those nasty ‘entanglements’ not so long ago, you could probably pay off the national debt.

But what about Chris Rock’s response in those critical few moments between when he popped off with his joke and when Will smoked him in the face?

Would you just stand there and take it?

Would you defend yourself?

Would you knock Will flat on his back?

And how do you know if the fight is worth the trouble? When is it better just to walk away?

We kick those questions and others like them around in today’s show.


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