Willow Smith says Will Smith’s father slaps Chris Rock at the Oscars: “Man is not acceptable”

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Being the product of two wildly successful artists, constantly scrutinized in the media, does not change the role of Willow Smith.

Born to Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow has known fame all her life.

The “Meet Me At Our Spot” singer is a freelance musician, as is her older brother, Jaden Smith.

In March, her father burst onto the Academy Awards scene after he challenged the playful comedian Chris Rock, who broke down at Jada’s expense. Will slapped the comedian, returned to his seat, and yelled, “Don’t let my wife’s name out of your mouth.”

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Will Smith disagreed with Chris Rock's joke about Jadie Pinkett Smith.  This led to Will hitting Chris.

Will Smith disagreed with Chris Rock’s joke about Jadie Pinkett Smith. This led to Will hitting Chris.
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The Smith and Rock families have mostly stayed mom since the incident, offering short comments or telling short jokes.

Rock is reportedly not interested in a courtesy exchange with Smith.

In a new interview with Billboard, Willow says the infamous cheek “didn’t shake me as much as my own inner demons.”

Willow was quick to defend her father.

“I see my entire family as human, and I love and accept them for all their humanity,” said the 21-year-old.

Will Smith, seen after winning the Academy Award for Best Actor and hitting Chris Rock.  In the photo with his wife Jada and three children: Willow, Jayden and Trey (from left to right).

Will Smith, seen after winning the Academy Award for Best Actor and hitting Chris Rock. In the photo with his wife Jada and three children: Willow, Jayden and Trey (from left to right).
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“Because of our position, our humanity is sometimes not accepted and we are expected to act in a way that is not conducive to healthy human life and is not conducive to sincerity.”

Her words reflect the words of her father, who recently shared his own reflections on what happened in the film.

“I can tell you all, there is no part of me that thinks that is the right way to act at this point,” said the star “Men In Black”. “No part of me thinks that this is the best way to deal with feelings of disrespect or insults.”

Willow Smith defended her father in an interview about the criticism he has faced since Chris Rock's slap at the Oscars.

Willow Smith defended her father in an interview about the criticism he has faced since Chris Rock’s slap at the Oscars.
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One of Smith’s sons had apparently posted his opinion on the cheek, moving to Twitter hours after it happened.

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“I hate it when I let people down,” noted Smith in his apologetic video:

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