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A video that has become popular on networks in recent hours shows the design of a tattoo that alludes to the slap that actor Will Smith gave comedian Chris Rock in the middle of the Oscar awards ceremony this Sunday in which he was awarded as best actor in “The Method”.
The tattoo, which would have been required by a Smith fan, lies near the subject’s calf. The trace includes what appear to be LED lights.
LED lights glow under the skin. As explained by a BBC report, when a magnet is placed on the device, the LED lights begin to flash. After ten seconds, they turn off again.
In the images, the man who got the design tattooed is not identified, nor is his face visible.
It is also not known who was the tattoo artist or the tattoo artist.
At the gala, Rock took the stage at the Dolby Theater to present the Oscar for best documentary and made a joke about Jada Pinkett-Smith’s shaved head, due to her alopecia condition, comparing her to Lieutenant O’Neil from the movie. by Ridley Scott.
After Pinkett-Smith briefly closed her eyes in annoyance, Smith rose from her seat, walked onto the stage, and delivered the punch to Rock.
“Keep my wife’s name out of your fucking mouth,” was what Smith warned Rock before the astonished gaze of those present.
In a post on Instagram this Monday, the actor apologized to the Hollywood Academy and the comedian for the events minutes before winning the best actor award.
“My behavior at the Oscars last night was unacceptable and inexcusable,” begins the actor’s message, who described violence in all its forms as “poisonous” and “destructive.”
“But a joke about Jada’s medical condition was too much for me and I reacted emotionally,” he continued.
“I would like to publicly apologize to you, Chris. I was out of line and I was wrong,” he added.
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