“You Let Him Go With 53 Million Views Song About F*** Your Wife”: Will Smith Labeled “Stone Cold Loser” by Notorious Internet Celebrities Tristan and Andrew Tate

The 94th Academy Awards had become a controversial event that caught the attention of the entire world. Oscar winner Will Smith slapped comedian Chris Rock as the latter was hosting the event. Following that, Andrew and Tristan Tate have put their views on the subject.

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While Andrew and Tristan Tate were talking about the controversial incident, the latter stated, “There’s like 10 references to her in the song, it’s like yeah I’ve been in that man’s house, in his car sleeping with his wife, he doesn’t know. A whole song with 53 million views about how he f**ked Will Smith’s wife. But Chris Rock says something about her, Chris Rock is also much smaller than you. And I think that other guy who is b*nging your wife might have just beaten your as*. So you let him go with the 53 million views song about fu**ing your wife, but some dude makes a joke about her haircut and you want to be a tough guy because he’s short. Stone-cold loser.”

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Tristan Tate mentioned the song ‘Entanglements’, and he is referring to August Alsina. He said that Smith let Alsina get away with 53 million view song which was highly offensive towards Smith. Furthermore, he chose to ignore that and became a tough guy at the Oscars as Chris Rock made a joke about his wife’s haircut.

Andrew Tate delves more into the Oscars incident

Following what Tristan Tate stated, even ‘Cobra’ gave a voice to his thoughts. As the brothers discussed the Oscars incident between Hollywood superstar Will Smith and comedian Chris Rock, Andrew Tate stated, “Listen, they are both comedians from the same kinda genre of movies, from the same era in time. They probably knew each other personally. That’s why he wasn’t scared of Chris Rock.”

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He further added, “He knows Chris Rock ain’t about it. He knew Chris Rock wasn’t going to throw back. And on top of all of that, Chris Rock made a bald joke. Listen, Chris Rock had better material. He could have come in much harder. He went in very very softly.”

Tate believes Smith slapped Rock because he was confident the latter wouldn’t retaliate. This is because they’ve known each other for a while, and Smith knows Rock wasn’t a person who gets into physical altercations.

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Well, we cannot certainly say if the points made by the Tate brothers are right or not. Meanwhile, what do you think about their remarks? Share it in the comments below.

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