Amy Schumer comments on the Will Smith Chris Rock slap

“Did you read that in your newsfeed?”

Yeah, we’re still talking about the slap.

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“Still in shock, amazed and sad,” she wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post. “I’m proud of myself and my co-hosts. But yeah. I’m waiting for this sickening feeling to go away from what we’ve all witnessed.”

Well, Amy had her first standing performance since the Oscars last night in Las Vegas, and according to The Hollywood Reporter, she’s shared more thoughts on the incident.

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In her comments around the Oscars, Amy said she “really” didn’t know “what to say” about the ceremony and had “no jokes” about it — before she cracked a joke, of course: “All I can say is I don’t know if you saw this, but Will Smith slapped Chris Rock. Did you read this in your newsfeed? »

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She also called Will Smith “Ali”, as in Muhammad Ali – the iconic deceased boxer he portrayed in Michael Mann’s 2001 biopic.

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“I kinda felt like myself…and then all of a sudden Ali was coming up,” she described her hosting experience before the slap.

“[I]It was just a fucking bummer,” she said of the infamous moment. “All I can say is it was really sad, and I think that says a lot about toxic masculinity.”

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Amy then called the incident ‘really upsetting’ before saying ‘the best way to comfort us’ was for her to tell all the Oscar jokes her lawyer told her not to tell on the telecast.

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She then allegedly embarked on a series of swipes at Hollywood’s rape culture, James Franco’s sexual misconduct allegations and the death Rust shooting – before joking, “I wasn’t allowed to say anything, but you can just come and [clock] somebody.”

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Read Schumer’s full set report here.