Body Language Expert Explains ‘What Chris Rock Was Really Thinking’ After Will Smith Slap

Spidey, a YouTuber and Behaviour Analyst, speculated on what Chris Rock was thinking after Will Smith smacked him. If you haven’t seen the incident yet, take a look at the following link:

Spidey, a YouTuber and Behaviour Analyst, speculated on Chris Rock’s thoughts after Will Smith hit him. If you haven’t seen it yet, here’s a link to it:

The body language analyst gave his thoughts on Rock’s reaction to Smith smacking him on his YouTube channel, The Behavioral Arts.

After comedian Chris Rock made an offensive remark about Jada Pinkett Smith, Smith came to the stage at the 94th Academy Awards to hit him.

The behavioural analyst breaks analyzed Rock’s statement following the incident, captioned “Why did he say THAT?”
“After Will Smith hit Chris Rock, he said something incredibly telling,” the expert observes.
Following the slap, the video changes to a clip of Rock saying, “That was the greatest night in the history of television.”
What’s significant here, according to Spidey, is the comedian’s use of the verb ‘was.’
Spidey argues that by using the phrase, Rock is ‘talking about this moment in the past,’ implying that ‘his thoughts leaped ahead to the next day.’
Spidey speculates that Rock’s mind has wandered to what the headlines are following the incident, and that he’s using that as’motivation to keep his composure’.
Rock’s’really well’ retained his composure, according to the expert.
Rock’s reactions and restraint, according to the content developer, are the product of his years, if not decades, as a stand-up comic.
He claims that Rock’s reaction to the slap was that of a “seasoned, professional comedian kicking right in,” and that the comedian’s statements demonstrate his “control.”
According to the Los Angeles Police Department, Rock declined to file a report after the incident, and he and Smith were claimed to have patched things up, which Diddy verified, saying: “That isn’t an issue. That’s it for now. That is something I can attest to. It’s all based on love. They’re cousins.”
“Violence in all of its forms is corrosive and destructive,” Smith apologized on Instagram. My behavior at the Academy Awards last night was both terrible and inexcusable.
“I’d like to apologize to you publicly, Chris.” I was both out of line and incorrect. 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.”

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