"Got Damn they doing Will dirty," the media tycoon tweeted. "This is too harsh. He can’t come back till he 63 years old. And the lawsuit ain’t even hit yet. SMH."
The Motion Picture Academy reported Friday (April 8) that Smith would be restricted from the Oscars for a decade subsequent to slapping entertainer Chris Rock during the live broadcast event on March 27.
50 tweeted that punishment doesn't fit the crime.
The episode happened when Rock poked fun at Smith's significant other Jada Pinkett Smith, saying, "Jada, I love you. G.I. Jane 2, can’t wait to see it" Jada, 50, has shared her battles with the hair condition alopecia, bringing about her choice to rock a closely shaved hairstyle.
Smith, 53, energetically advanced toward the stage after the joke and slapped Rock prior to getting back to his seat. When seated, the entertainer yelled to Rock, "keep my wife’s name out of your f***ing mouth."
Within the hour, Smith won the award for Best Actor for his part as Richard Williams in the film King Richard.
Smith answered the Academy's disciplinary choice, saying, "I accept and respect the Academy’s decision."
Rock, 57, who has been doing sold-out shows around the U.S, says he won't discuss that evening's notorious second until he gets compensated.
"I'm OK, I have a whole show, and I'm not talking about that until I get paid," he told the crowd, as indicated by TMZ.
"Life is good. I got my hearing back," the entertainer said before a sold-out crowd in California.
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