Popular Jamaican musician Konshens has now joined the many celebrities who expressed their reactions over Will Smith and Chris Rock viral altercation. Apparently, Will punched comedian Chris Rock live on stage amid the Oscars Award night after the funny man made a joke about his wife Jada Pinket. The scene which greatly sparked heated debates across the world seemed to have also attracted musician Konshen's attention who viewed it from a different perspective.
According to the 'Hustle' hit maker, Konshens argued that actor Will Smith might be probably undergoing depression as expressed through his behaviour. As he narrated, Will's wife Pinket has been battling a rare condition dubbed alopecia areata which is actually responsible for her hair loss and thus might have continually drained her husband emotionally.
"I hope this man shut it down and get serious help...that slap was a cup overflowing. Way deeper that what we were memeing about." Konshens revealed.
According to Konshens, Will Smith has been in the entertainment industry long enough and understands how comedians make their jokes on people; consequently, his reaction was not actually out of Chris Rock's remarks.
"Comedians have always made jokes on sensitive topics...this was 100% result of a man having a melt down." He stated.
As he concluded, the dancehall artist urged fans to cease joking about the matter and look into it from a wider perspective as he believes that the global sensation is not actually okay.
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