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DJ Jazzy Jeff Was Asked About The Will Smith Oscars Slap And Shared His Personal Thoughts

If there’s one ride-or-die person Will Smith has had by his side since the beginning of his career in hip-hop, it’s Jeffrey “DJ Jazzy Jeff” Townes. Following Smith slapping Chris Rock on the Oscars stage, leading to the actor to resign from the Academy and be banned from attending Oscars ceremonies for the next decade, what does his OG partner think of the whole thing?
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DJ Jazzy Jeff Comments On Will Smith Oscars Slap

DJ Jazzy Jeff, Will Smith's longtime collaborator, is now speaking out and defending the actor's viral Oscars slap. According to PEOPLE, Jeff attended the Closed Sessions Legend Conversation event at Dorian's Through the Record Shop in Chicago; Jeff was asked what he thought about the controversial incident. He believes there was "a lapse in judgment" on the part of Smith.
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Will Smith defended by DJ Jazzy Jeff over Chris Rock Oscars slap

DJ Jazzy Jeff has defended his longtime collaborator Will Smith after the actor slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars.Jeff, who released hits such as “Summertime” and “Parents Just Don’t Understand” with Smith when he was better known as rapper The Fresh Prince, called the Men in Black star’s actions a “lapse of judgement”.Appearing on Closed Sessions Legend Conversation, the DJ said: “Don’t get it twisted that it was something he was proud of. “I think the thing that I’ve realised is I don’t know too many people that have had the least amount of lapse of judgment than him.”He...
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DJ Jazzy Jeff Speaks About Oscars Slap, Says Will Smith Should’ve Slapped Someone Sooner

Jazzy Jeff finally addresses Will Smith’s Oscar slap and says Will “should’ve slapped someone sooner.”. Will Smith’s Oscars slap fiasco is finally starting to slow down and everyone has almost run out of ways to make it about themselves. Recently the Oscars slap saga saw the Academy reveal that the actor has been banned for 10 years. Chris Rock has been tight-lipped about the whole ordeal but offered a small bit of information which is that he won’t talk until he is paid. This is fair game and makes sense but in this day and age not striking why the iron is hot can cost you.
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DJ Jazzy Jeff Calls Will Smith Slap “A Lapse Of Judgment”

DJ Jazzy Jeff is standing by his friend Will Smith two weeks after the fall out from slapping Chris Rock at the Academy Awards. Jazzy discussed the controversy during a live event in Chicago with WGCI Morning Show host Kyle Santillian. “It was a lapse of judgment, and I think...
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DJ Jazzy Jeff to teach free workshop at Sweetwater

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — From West Philadelphia to Bel Air to Fort Wayne. DJ Jazzy Jeff of Fresh Prince fame will teach a DJ and Music Production workshop for free Monday at Sweetwater. “That has been on my bucket list,” he told WANE 15 over Zoom from his...
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DJ Jazzy Jeff says ‘Bel-Air’ might be his “favourite show ever”

Will Smith‘s longtime musical accomplice DJ Jazzy Jeff has lavished praise on the new Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air reboot, calling the show “mind-blowing”. Bel-Air sees newcomer Jabari Banks take on the role of Will as his life changes up following the move from West Philadelphia to Bel-Air in Los Angeles.
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Michelob ULTRA Teams with NBA JAM for NBA All-Star ’90s Experience Featuring Fat Joe, DJ Jazzy Jeff & Hoops Legends

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