Comedian George Wallace appeared on Pierre Edwards’ podcast Pierre’s Panic Room on Thursday and shared his reaction to Will Smith slapping Chris Rock, claiming that moment provoked him to start swearing.
“When he slapped Chris, he slapped me. I was just like, ‘holy cow,'” Wallace stated while placing his hand on his forehead to emphasize his shock. “First of all, just like everybody, we thought it was a prank.”
Wallace claimed that the slap caused him to tear up and say, “This mothersucker.”
“He ruined it for me,” he continued. “I was waiting for my favorite actor to receive his award. My favorite actor at that time was Will Smith. I love Will Smith, but I don’t like him today.”
According to Wallace, the moment was so traumatic, he said, “F**K, Will Smith,” shocking Edwards.
He pushed further and claimed on the podcast that it made him hate and curse out the entire Smith family.
“Till this day, I don’t like any Smith,” Wallace declared. “F**k all the Smiths. F**k Will Smith, f**k his wife G.I. Jane Jada Smith, f**k them two little weird a** kids,…f**k him and f**k them all.”
The comedian then decided to curse everything under the “Smith” name, including the Granny Smith apples.
“F**k Mr. Smith Goes To Washington…f**k them all, I don’t give a d**n,” Wallace claimed. “F**k the Smithsonian…Stephen A. Smith on ESPN, f**k him. F**K Emmitt Smith on the Dallas Cowboys.”
He also gave a “f**k you” to Judge Clarence Thomas’ wife Virginia “Ginni” Thomas.”
When asked if there was anything Smith could do to redeem himself, Wallace said that the actor’s actions were indefensible because the incident is forever tied to Rock.
“I’m the first one to say that night he should sue Will Smith for $200 million because Will needs to feel this pain,” Wallace said. “Chris is always going to feel this pain. I know these are jokes, but I’m just telling the truth.”
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actor caused quite a stir on the internet after defending his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, by slapping Rock for making a “G.I. Jane” joke, poking fun at her alopecia.