The slap heard around a few neighborhoods. Let's break it down.
We saw the full display of our cultural issues at the 2022 Oscars. After Chris Rock made a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith, her strong Knight in Dimwitted Armor, Will Smith, strode onto the stage and literally laid the smack down on Mr. Rock. Rock and the audience were stunned as Smith continued to yell expletives from his seat.
This is a full display of the cultural battle faced, specifically, here in America on a daily basis. See, Will Smith is ANTIFA, he is the cancel culture; he is the dark side of Black Lives Matter. If you don’t like what is spoken by another person, you lash out physically because you aren’t able to control your emotions and respond rightly. It's not difficult to see the leap from physically assaulting someone because of their words, and burning cities down because, well, just because.
Many have taken to Smith's defense, saying he was playing the man by standing up for his wife. But the Fresh Prince and Mrs. Smith have had their share of marital issues which have been made public by them through books, podcasts, interviews, and the like. If we truly wish to honor our spouses, we are compelled to follow the Biblical mandate of a Godly marriage. It seems this has not been the path the Smith's have chosen, nor have desired to follow. Once we step out of the commands of God to protect the institution of marriage, our road ahead, becomes a pitfall one cannot escape.
Here's a word of advice to Will Smith, since I know he listens: the next time you wish to wax eloquent and demand someone keep your wife's name out of their mouth, perhaps you should start with keeping other men out of hers.
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