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Chris Rock’s Brother Tony Rock Says They Are Planning to Clown Will Smith on Comedy Tour

Following Will Smith slapping Chris Rock for dropping a joke about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith at the Oscars, he apologized to Chris but it’s obvious the younger brother of Chris isn’t cool with Will’s apology.

According to Tony Rock, he doesn’t accept Will Smith’s apology and that the game is on via Vlad;

During a Q&A session on Twitter, Chris Rock’s younger brother Tony Rock fielded questions about the incident involving his sibiling and Will Smith at the Oscars over the weekend.

When a Twitter user asked Rock whether he accepted the apology, Tony simply replied, “No.” Asked by another if they were planning to “fight fire with fire” or take “the professional route,” Rock responded, “It’s on bro.”

He also said that “Mama Rock” hits harder when asked who packs a stronger punch, or slap in this case, Jada or Will. Tony also dispelled the rumors that this entire thing was somehow fake.

While hearing from Tony can possibly clue audiences into what or how Chris might be thinking of this ordeal but the comedic legend has yet to make any public statements regarding Sunday night. However, he’s set to go on his comedy tour and has already seen a spike in ticket sales following the slap.

Looks like the Will Smith-Chris Rock Oscars drama isn’t ending anytime soon.

Rock is back on his comedy tour and the tickets are skyrocketing.

Demand and prices for tickets to Chris Rock’s comedy tour have surged since he was slapped by Will Smith at the Oscars on Sunday night, a report said.

The comedian will kick off his Ego Death World Tour on April 2 – following a brief stop at Boston’s Wilbur Theatre beginning Wednesday.

Tickets prices for the tour, which includes stops in 30 North American cities, rose from a minimum of $46 per ticket on March 18 to a whopping minimum of $341 on secondary market platform TickPick since the Academy Awards drama, Variety reported.

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