Will Smith claims there were “nuances” and “complexities” to paint-brushing Chris Rock

It’s been eight months since we all started looking at Will Smith differently. He’s already attempted to start rehabbing his career by hitting the press junket hard for his new film, ‘Emancipation’. In an interview with The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah, Smith claimed that “he just lost it” and that there were “nuances” and “complexities” to the situation in which he slapped Chris Rock in front of millions of people.

Smith went onto say, ““We just gotta be nice to each other, man…It’s hard. I guess the thing that was most painful for me is I took my heart and made it hard for other people. I understood the idea when they say hurt people hurt people.”

Smith went onto talk about his relationship with women, his nephew, and The Academy in the interview.