I’m not sure if I believe his contrition because the Academy asked him to leave following the incident, but he refused, won an Oscar for best assistant manager and then gave an acceptance defending his actions. Only once he realized the extent to which his actions went viral did he apologize to Chris Rock

So many jokes, so little attention span.

I can’t say we’ve all been there, but a lot of people can relate to seeing something bad happening and wanting to stop the nightmare because it’s happening… right. there. Obviously, wanting to act on that urge and actually stopping a beautifully weighted ball in the final minutes of a match are two different things, so kudos to him for showing Will Smith that he’s not the only person who’s susceptible to losing their shit.