Who Is Tony Rock? Chris Rock’s Brother Refuses To Accept Will Smith’s Apologies

Tony Rock

Tony Rock said that he had not accepted Will Smith’s apologies when addressing fan inquiries on Twitter. This comes after the actor smacked Rock’s brother, comedian Chris, onstage at this year’s Oscars. When asked what he meant to do in response to Smith’s acts, Tony said, “react.”

Tony Rock, like his brother, is a comedian who turned to Twitter to respond to multiple messages inquiring about the jaw-dropping Oscars event. Tony Rock has verified that Chris Rock and Will Smith did not reconcile on Oscar night. After Page Six learned from rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs that the two would be making peace and working through their issues following the awards ceremony, rumors of the two hashing out their problems began to circulate online.

Tony also addressed accusations that the slap was manufactured. Because an image circulating online, claiming to be high quality, showed Chris Rock wearing a face cushion to lessen the hit, netizens assumed the viral moment was fake.

Tony also stated that he does not agree with Smith’s apologies, and when asked if he would “fight with fire” or take the “professional path” in the aftermath of the Oscars snub, Tony replied, “It’s on bro.”

 Tony Rock
Tony Rock

Tony Rock Follows in his brother’s footsteps and pursues a career in comedy.

Anthony Andrew Rock, better known by his stage name Tony Rock, is a stand-up comedian and actor. The 47-year-old is most recognized for his role in Everybody Hates Chris as Uncle Ryan. He has also gained notoriety as a result of his stand-up gigs that have taken him all around the world.

He won a show in Amsterdam after just six months of studying comedy, according to his IMDb. He has earned the moniker of ‘a youthful star in the making’ since his comeback. The comedian frequently performs on both coasts. He is most known in New York for his appearances at Comic Strip, Caroline’s, and Stand-Up New York. He performs regularly at Improve, Icehouse, The Comedy Store, and The Laugh Factory in Los Angeles.

Tony has also featured on television in addition to being a stand-up comedian

in the early 2000s. During the fifth season of BattleBots, which aired on Comedy Central, he also served as a correspondent. The comic appears to have known Will Smith since 2003 when he got a part in the program All Of Us, which Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith developed.

From 2008 to 2009, Tony featured in his own comic TV series, The Tony Rock Project. He starred in the film Think Like a Man, based on Steve Harvey’s book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, in 2012. Recently, the comic featured on Netflix’s Is It Cake? as a judge. Tony has seven brothers and one sister and was born to Rose and Julius Rock.