‘You going to hit my motherf–king brother?’ Tony Rock slams Will Smith during a comedy show.

Tony Rock took to the stage yesterday to rant about his brother, Chris Rock, being smacked by Will Smith at the Oscars on Sunday night.

“This ain’t the motherf–king Oscars if you think you’re going to stroll up on this stage!” In footage obtained by The Shade Room, Tony exclaimed while singing, referring to his older brother being slapped by Smith during the ceremony after making a G.I. Jane joke regarding Jada Pinkett Smith’s hair loss affliction, alopecia.

“And you ain’t nominated for s–t except these motherf–king hands if you walk your ass up here!” Oh, n—a, we’re going to pop for the rest of the year. Pop every time you see me perform a concert!

He added, throwing his hands in the air, “I didn’t want to start the show like that!” “Are you going to beat up on my motherf–king brother because your bitch gave you the side eye?”

Smith is seen chuckling at Rock’s joke until he notices his wife Jada is offended by the slur, then approaching the “Never Scared” comic and slapping him across the face before screaming, “Keep my wife’s name out of your f–king mouth!”

Will Smith, Chris Rock.

“Oh, it’s a lot of Rock brothers, y’all ain’t know, it’s a lot of Rock brothers,” Tony, 47, says as he strides across the stage.

Chris, 57, is the oldest of seven children, with brothers Andre, Tony, Brian, Kenny, 42, and Jordan, 31, and sister Andi, 36. Charles, one of the siblings’ late half-brothers, passed away in 2006.

Tony Rock’s publicist did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Page Six.

Tony Rock

Tony expressed his displeasure with Smith’s behavior after the actor apologized to his brother in a lengthy Instagram post on Monday.

“Do you approve of the apology?” a fan asked Tony through Twitter on Tuesday, and Tony simply replied, “No.”

While Tony continues to blame Smith for his brother’s death, Chris appears to be moving on from the issue, even halting a fan who screamed “f–k Will Smith” during his recent gig in Boston.

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