Chris Rock's brother Tony claims Diddy was lying about making amends

Chris Rock’s brother claims Diddy was lying when he said his sibling made up with Will Smith after THAT Oscars slap

  • Chris Rock ‘s brother Tony has claimed Diddy was lying when he alleged Will Smith had buried the hatchet with his sibling after that shocking Oscars slap  
  • Diddy told Page Six the feud was ‘over’ at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party held after the ceremony
  • But during a Twitter Q&A on Tuesday, Tony insisted that wasn’t the case  
  • ‘So Diddy was lying when he said Chris and Will made up that night and are good now?’ one fan asked. ‘Yep,’ Tony replied 
  • Will sent shockwaves around the world when he slapped Chris after the comedian made a bald head joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, who has spoken about losing her hair due to alopecia 

Chris Rock’s brother Tony has claimed Diddy was lying when he alleged Will Smith had buried the hatchet with his sibling after that shocking Oscars slap.  

Hours after the controversy, which saw Will smack Chris on stage after the comedian cracked a joke about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith, Diddy told Page Six the feud was ‘over’.   

But Tony, 47, insisted that wasn’t the case while holding a Q&A with fans over Twitter on Tuesday. 

Claims: Chris Rock’s brother Tony has claimed Diddy was lying when he alleged Will Smith had made up with his sibling following that shocking Oscars slap

‘So Diddy was lying when he said Chris and Will made up that night and are good now?’ one fan asked. ‘Yep,’ Tony replied.

Speaking with Page Six at the Vanity Fair Oscar party, Diddy said of the incident: ‘That’s not a problem. That’s over. I can confirm that.’

‘It’s all love. They’re brothers,’ the rapper said.  

During his Q&A, Tony answered several questions from fans about the controversy that had been dominating headlines as of late.

Family: Tony pictured with his brother Chris 

Didn’t bury the hatchet? Speaking with Page Six at the Vanity Fair Oscar party, Diddy said of the incident: ‘That’s not a problem. That’s over. I can confirm that’; Diddy pictured at the Oscars with his daughter Chance

Shocking: Smith slapped Rock on stage at the Oscars in one of the most jaw-dropping moments from the Academy Awards ever 

Tony revealed he did not approve of Will’s apology to his brother and claimed those involved were ‘fine’.

‘Do you approve of the apology?’ one fan asked. ‘No,’ Tony replied.

‘All of them are fine,’ Tony told one fan who asked how Chris was doing.

He also seemed taken aback by two fans who asked if the slap was fake.

Controversy: Smith slapped Rock after he made a bald head joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, who has spoken about losing her hair due to alopecia

‘That s*t was real? It felt like some stagged sh*t to me. If it was real, it was definitely foul and uncalled for,’ wrote the Twitter user.

‘Staged for?’ Tony replied.

When one fan asked him what he was ‘going to do to Will’, Tony replied, ‘Respond.’

Tony also expressed his appreciation after a fan showed their support for his brother.

Weighing in: Tony claimed Diddy was lying when he said the two stars had buried the hatchet 

Not good enough: Rock said he didn’t ‘approve’ of Will’s apology to his brother 

‘I’m a huge fan of Chris Rock and I am definitely hoping for the absolute best outcome! He did not deserve that!’ the fan posted.

‘Thanks,’ Tony replied.

Will sent shockwaves around the world when he slapped Chris after the comedian made a bald head joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, who has spoken about losing her hair due to alopecia.

Just 40 minutes later, Will won the Best Actor award for his portrayal of Richard Williams – father of tennis legends Serena and Venus – in the biopic King Richard.

Will issued a public apology to Chris on Monday evening – saying that his behavior was ‘unacceptable and inexcusable’.

The star wrote in an Instagram post that he was ’embarrassed’ by his actions, which shocked the ceremony attendees, producers and viewers, and sparked a furious debate that divided both A-listers and spectators alike.

‘Violence in all of its forms is poisonous and destructive,’ he wrote.

‘My behavior at last night’s Academy Awards was unacceptable and inexcusable. Jokes at my expense are a part of the job, but a joke about Jada’s medical condition was too much for me to bear and I reacted emotionally.

‘I would like to publicly apologize to you, Chris. I was out of line and I was wrong. I am embarrassed and my actions were not indicative of the man I want to be. There is no place for violence in a world of love and kindness.’

Will then went on to say sorry to the organizers and the producers of the show.

Chris has not responded to Will’s apology and the comedian has yet to publicly comment on the incident – however it was revealed in the hours after the slap that he had chosen not to file a police report against the actor.

‘I was out of line’: Smith issued a public apology to Rock on Monday evening – saying that his behavior was ‘unacceptable and inexcusable’

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