‘Doesn’t Have a F*****G Sense of Humor’ – American Stand Up Comedian Bert Kreischer Takes a Cheeky Dig at King Richard Actor Will Smith

The Oscars evening was a star-studded affair. Superstars across the globe made their presence felt at the biggest awards ceremony in the film industry. Moreover, the evening was a special one for the tennis fraternity too. Venus and Serena Williams’ film, King Richard, had received five Oscar nominations. Will Smith, along with others was up in the running to claim the biggest honor.

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It was indeed a memorable evening for the Williams sisters right from the word go. Beyonce opened up the awards ceremony by performing to the tunes of ‘Be Alive’, a song from the King Richard film. Further, Will Smith, who had played the lead role of Richard Williams in the film, won the Oscar for Best Actor.

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Despite his biggest achievement in his career, it turned out to be a bitter-sweet evening for Will. His controversy at the Oscars has been making the headlines. Recently, Bert Kreischer, the American stand-up comedian, reacted to this controversy involving the American superstar.

Bert Kreischer has a hilarious take on the Oscar controversy of Will Smith

The American stand-up comedian was involved in the Jim and Sam show with Jim Norton and Sam Roberts. Talking about Will Smith’s Oscars controversy, he said, “I’m friends with Will, I love Will. Will started my career. You don’t think I’m f****ng terrified to tell that? Will Smith wants to f**k me in the a**. You don’t think I’m terrified to tell that f****ng story?”

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HOLLYWOOD – MARCH 30: (lr) Singer Brandy, Keke Palme, actress Will Smith, actor. Serena Williams, and Venus Williams tennis players pose at the Premiere Of Warner Bros. “ATL” after party held at Memphis club and restaurant on March 30, 2006 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Further, he added, “You don’t think I have a slap coming my way when I see him? I have to f****ng write that guy off because if I see him in af****ng studio and he’s walking up, I’m like f**k him, dude, he’s coming to hit me. He doesn’t have a af****ng sense of humor. I’ve been talking about him wanting to f**k me in the ass for how long, f****ng 20 years. The first thing when Chris Rock got slapped, I got one of those coming.”

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The controversy occurred when Chris Rock cracked a joke on Will Smith’s wife. The latter didn’t take the humor lightly, as he stepped onto the stage and slapped Chris Rock. However, Will Smith later apologized for his actions during his Oscar acceptance speech.

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