Tony Rock, Chris Rock’s brother, refuses to accept Will Smith’s apologies.

Tony Rock, Chris Rock’s brother, has rejected Will Smith’s apology for hitting the comedian across the face at the 2022 Academy Awards on Sunday.

“Do you approve of the apology?” a fan asked Tony over Twitter. Tony, 47, simply said “No” on Tuesday.

In a statement posted to Instagram Monday, the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” alum, 53, apologized to Chris, 57, for the slap heard around the world.

Smith wrote, “I’d like to openly apologize to you, Chris.” “I was wrong and out of line.” I’m embarrassed, and my actions do not reflect the guy I aspire to be. Violence has no place in a world of love and peace.”

After Chris made a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith’s baldness, the actor attempted to justify the violence by claiming that he was simply defending his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith.

“Violence is poisonous and harmful in all of its forms,” he wrote. “My conduct at last night’s Academy Awards was disgusting and irresponsible.” Jokes about my Jada’s medical condition are part of the job, but one was too much for me to handle, and I reacted emotionally.”

Tony Rock performing a stand-up set.
Tony Rock does not forgive Will Smith for slapping his brother Chris Rock at the 2022 Oscars.
A screenshot of Tony Rock's "No" tweet about not accepting Will Smith's apology to Chris Rock.
Smith, who won Best Actor for his work in “King Richard” on Sunday, also apologized to everyone who he may have upset with the slap.

“I’d also like to express my regret to the Academy, the show’s producers, all of the attendees, and everyone watching across the world.” He wrote, “I would like to apologize to the Williams Family as well as my ‘King Richard’ Family.” “I profoundly sorry that my actions have marred what has otherwise been a beautiful journey for all of us.” “I’m still working on myself.”

During his victory speech at the 94th Academy Awards, the “Bad Boys” star famously apologized to everyone except Chris, spitting out his words as he choked back tears of regret.

“I’d want to express my regret to all of my fellow nominees. He told the crowd, “This is a great moment, and I’m not crying because I won an award.” “Winning an award isn’t important to me; it’s important to be able to shine a light on everyone.”

Despite the fact that Chris and Smith have apparently not communicated since the assault, the “Madagascar” actor has decided not to press charges.

Will Smith posing with his Oscar.

Smith smacked Chris in the face with an open hand on Sunday night for ragging on Pinkett Smith, who suffers from alopecia, a hair loss disorder.

“Jada, I love you, ‘G.I. Jane 2,’ I can’t wait to see that,” Rock exclaimed on stage, referring to Demi Moore’s bald-headed heroine.

Smith walked over to Chris and smacked him across the face after Pinkett Smith, who shaved her head last summer, rolled her eyes.

The movie actor then repeatedly yelled from his seat, “Keep my wife’s name out of your f–king lips!”

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