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Will Smith Seeks Help In Rehab Clinic After Oscars Outburst

By Chinelo Eze
07 April 2022   |   9:05 am
Will Smith’s sanity has been questioned after his outburst at the Oscars. The 53-year-old who would like to forget the incident in a hurry has sought the assistance of experts at a rehab clinic for celebrities, to help him handle stress-related issues. A source said its an attempt to return in time to save his…

US actor Will Smith accepts the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for “King Richard” onstage during the 94th Oscars at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on March 27, 2022. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP)

Will Smith’s sanity has been questioned after his outburst at the Oscars.
The 53-year-old who would like to forget the incident in a hurry has sought the assistance of experts at a rehab clinic for celebrities, to help him handle stress-related issues.

A source said its an attempt to return in time to save his now shaky career and reputation “The impact of the backlash has hit Will hard, so he will be getting help on dealing with stress. This is unquestionably the battle of his career. It will be a high-end retreat used by the rich and famous and he will be doing a lot of soul searching and working out how he can move forward.”

After Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars, he has been the talk of the town and has been translated into viral memes all over and even has a place in tattoo parlours as some individuals do not want to forget that moment.
A Birmingham based tattoo artist Jon Arton has been approached by customers asking that they tattoo the Oscars slap moment on their body he said in an interview “I thought, let’s do it. It’s hilarious, it’s quite small and discreet. If it wasn’t I probably wouldn’t have done it.”
Another tattoo artist Oscar Aguilar Jr posted a video via his Instagram showing a tattoo of Oscars moment of Will Smith slapping Chris Rock.

Will Smith has been dismissed from the Academy Of Motions Picture Arts and Sciences since the incident,  he said in a statement, ”I resign my membership in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and will accept any other consequences that management deems appropriate.”