Will Smith has lost a lot of friends since his infamous Oscars slap.
And it appears that he has lost more than just that, as Radar Online reported that he had been barred from appearing on “Saturday Night Live” for the rest of his life.
According to a tattler, after hitting Chris on live television, the “Men in Black” star was never asked back to the hit comedy show.
“The comic on the show is a temple comedian, and no one wants him around any more.
Will will no longer be able to secure a ticket to sit in the crowd, let alone host. He isn’t welcome.”
He has enraged several show employees and every A-list celebrity who wants to host the show.
According to the source, if Will is allowed to return, “Saturday Night Live” will never have another major star.
They believe that these celebrities would boycott the broadcast if he were simply welcomed into Studio 8H.
In July, Will Smith addressed the uproar surrounding his attack and shared his thoughts on the incident.
The “I Am Legend” star explained why he didn’t apologize to Chris Rock after he won Best Actor for “King Richard” in a tearful YouTube video posted in July.
He stated that he did approach his fellow comic, but the response was that Chris wasn’t ready to talk – and that when he is, he will seek out Will.
Jada Pinkett Smith’s husband expressed regret and even called his actions inappropriate.
Will reacted angrily to Chris’ joke about Jada’s hair loss due to alopecia, which she addressed publicly at this year’s Academy Awards.
Will was expected to reveal the slap in a tell-all interview with a high-profile journalist like Oprah Winfrey, but he instead chose to use social media.
Will resigned from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and kept a low profile following the slap.
Meanwhile, Chris Rock maintained a low profile in the weeks following the incident but used it as fodder in his July comedy performance.
There have also been rumors that Will Smith is not currently starring in any productions and that most of his projects have been canceled.