Denzel Washington finally reveals what she said to Will Smith at the Oscars

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Denzel Washington finally spoke to what he said to Will Smith after Will hit Chris Rock during the Oscars. Speaking at the Bishop TD Jakes leadership meeting on Saturday, he was asked about his role tonight and explained: “Well, there is a saying when the devil ignores you, then you know you are doing something wrong.

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“You know, the devil says, ‘Oh, no, leave him alone, he’m my favorite. Do not disturb him. ”On the contrary, when the devil comes to you, it may be because you are trying to do something right. And for whatever reason, the devil caught that occasion that night. “

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He continued: “Fortunately, there were people there, not just me, but others in the gap. Tyler Perry came right away, right there with me. Who are we to condemn? I do not know all the inside and outside of the situation, but I know that the only solution was prayer. “

Referring to Denzel in his speech after the Oscar victory, Will said that Denzel told him: “In the highest moment to be careful, that is when the devil comes for you.”

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Will hit Chris at the Oscars

The The new prince of Bell EAR The actor has since resigned from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Issued announcement via People who wrote: “I have responded immediately to the disciplinary hearing of the Academy and I will fully accept all the consequences for my behavior.

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“My actions at the 94th Academy Awards were shocking, painful and unforgivable. The list of those I have hurt is long and includes Chris, his family, many of my best friends and loved ones, everyone in attendance, and the global audience at home. I betrayed the trust of the Academy. I deprived other candidates and winners of the opportunity to celebrate and be honored for their outstanding work. I’m cracked. “

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