• Thu. Aug 4th, 2022

Bad Boy Director, Michael Bay Reacts Will Smith’s Oscars slap

Michael Bay, the director of the popular American films “Bad Boy” 1&2, has stated that he is unconcerned with Will Smith. Chris Rock was slapped at the Oscars, implying that there are more important things to be concerned about.

Michael Benjamin, an American film director and producer, has finally reacted to the controversial Oscar 2022 slap that has captivated the entire world.

I’m sure most of you remember the 1995 film Bad Boys, in which Will Smith and Martin Lawrence teamed up as partners in crime, or rather, crime-fighting, in this action-packed film about a couple of nice guys who are true BAD BOYS.

After an Oscars slap, Will Smith apologizes to Chris Rock.

Also, I’m pretty sure you’ve forgotten about the most talked-about slapping incident that occurred recently during the presentation of the 2022 Oscars Awards, when Will Smith jumped on stage to give a colleague actor, Chris Rock, who was about to present an award, a hot and dirty slap and warned him to keep his wife Jada’s name out of his mouth after he made a joke about her health condition live on TV.

Prior to directing films such as The Rock, Armageddon, Pearl Harbor, and Transformers, Bay made his directorial debut with the Will Smith-Martin Lawrence action comedy Bad Boys, which he followed up with Bad Boys II in 2003.

Well, when asked about what he thinks about what happened at the Oscars in regards to Smith’s slap, Michael Bay, the director of BAD BOY, told Yahoo Entertainment that he did not watch the awards show live but later saw what happened after his phone was flooded with texts from a lot of people due to his close relationship with Will.

Michael Bay says he doesn’t care about Will Smith’s Oscar snub.
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“To begin with, it’s wrong,” Bay, who is promoting his new film “Ambulance,” told Yahoo Entertainment, adding that he doesn’t really care about what people are talking about and that there are more serious and pressing issues that need to be discussed, such as the crisis in Ukraine, where many lives are being lost as a result of Russia’s invasion.

He went on to say that, in his opinion, what happened was sometimes orchestrated, and that he has worked with Will Smith and knows him not to get easily enraged, which is why he believes it was a set-up.

I’ve worked with him. He’s not that guy. I’ve never seen him lose his cool like that. I thought it was a setup because I saw his smirk. I’ve been on set when Will has screwed with people and joked with people.”

“It was a slap. Not a punch. He’s very good at fighting, he’s trained at that. It’s wrong to begin with. Then I knew the yell… he was mad.” Bay said.

Will Smith slaps Chris Rock onstage at the 94th Academy Awards.

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