Will Smith demanded the return of the Oscar “voluntarily”

Actor Harry J. According to Lenix, this is the only way to regain the “good name” of the film award
A member of the U.S. Film Academy, U.S. actor Harry J. Lennox and his colleague Dr. Will Smith His “Oscar should be returned.” He writes about this in columns for his diversity.

According to the artist, the only person at the moment who can recover the “good name” of this film award is Smith himself.

“You have to realize the severity of the crime he committed: to slap rock live in front of millions at the Oscars on March 27,” Lenix said.

According to him, Smith should return his gold trophy to the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts by express mail and make a public statement: “For 94 years of honor and respect for this award, I do not think worthy.

“Smith’s brutality took away his dignity in the evening. This was evident when the stunned Oscar participants stood in front of their eyes to greet the assailant,” Lenix wrote.

He further added that getting rid of the “bloat” of the film academy is not so easy.
“Justified Mercy’s only hope is that Smith should return his Best Actor award voluntarily,” the columnist added.

The actor appeared on stage at the Oscars on March 27 and slapped host Chris Rock for joking about comedian Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, who was suffering from an autoimmune disease that caused her hair to fall out.

Later, when Smith went on stage to receive the Best Actor award for King Richard, the actor cried, apologized and said that protecting his family was important in life, just as his character Richard Williams, father of tennis player Serena and Venus. Williams, did.

On April 2, Smith announced that he was leaving the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. It came shortly after the Academy’s Board of Governors launched a self-proclaimed “disciplinary action” against Smith.

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