The 'NBC' sketch series is reportedly banning the actor permanently following the Oscars slap
"Nothing funny about his joke towards Jada as she suffers from a physical condition and nothing funny about equating an Oscar host invitation to a double homicide," Tanya wrote on Instagram.
During the Oscars 2022 ceremony, Smith punched presenter and comedian Chris Rock on the Dolby Theatre stage after he made a G.I. Jane joke about Jada Pinkett's baldness.
“He has since apologised and stepped out of the spotlight for a lengthy period. With this in mind, it is broadly agreed enough time has passed to let the dust settle," the source added.
Smith was earlier this month seen in public for the first time since he slapped comedian Chris Rock at this year's Oscars.
She told in an interview "I see my whole family as being human, and I love and accept them for all their humanness."
In the video, Smith also apologized to his family “for the heat that I brought on all of us” and his fellow Oscar nominees to have “stolen and tarnished your moment.”
While Rock had previously addressed the incident that was aired live across the world from the 2022 Academy Awards stage, this was his most direct response to the controversy yet.
The Academy has suspended Will Smith from its membership for 10 years because of his violent actions at the Oscars.
He joked that Lorne Michaels - the executive producer of Saturday Night Live - asked him what other films he’d appeared in, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
The 45-year-old star was nominated for the Best Actor gong at the Academy Awards for his performance in 'The Power of the Dog'.
Social media footage showed a man charging onto the stage and tackling Chappelle while he was performing.
When you hurt my child, you hurt me: Chris Rock's mom reacts to Will Smith slapping her son at Oscars
She also shared her thoughts on the 10-year ban and said, "What does that mean? You don't even go every year."
A picture showed Will Smith at the airport in Mumbai. As per reports, he is staying at the JW Marriott Hotel in Juhu.
The Tonys are the first known major award show to publicly institute a new no-violence policy following the Oscars on March 27.
Filmmaker Michael Bay has stated that he would "absolutely" work with Will Smith after the actor slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars.
The Board of Governors for the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, on Friday, voted to ban the 'The Pursuit of Happiness' star from all the Academy events for 10 years.
The move comes after a meeting of the academy’s Board of Governors to discuss a response to Smith’s actions.
Besides Dune, DNEG was also nominated for visual effects in the James Bond movie—No Time To Die—at the 94th Academy Awards.
The actor said his actions, which overshadowed Hollywood's glitziest night of the year, were 'shocking, painful and inexcusable.'