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Will Smith, Chris Rock, and the Power of Blinding Privilege

The privilege of freaking out over an impromptu public slap


It’s the most infamous slap in human history.

The world is still reeling in from the slap heard ’round the world, as the moment has become fodder for internet personalities and media outlets to push their agendas.




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