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  1. ‘I’d have done the same thing’, said my boyfriend this morning when he and I were discussing what went down at the Oscars the night when actor Will Smith slapped comedian Chris Rock for making a joke in poor taste at Smith’s wife Jada Pinkett Smith. View this post on Instagram Chris Rock, while on the stage at the Oscars, took a dig at Jada by calling her ‘G. I Jane’, pointing at the loss of her hair at which she wasn’t amused in the slightest. And neither was Will Smith, who even though was caught laughing at the joke at first, was suddenly then seen marching up to the stage to strike Chris across the face. © Twitter Now, two kinds of reactions flooded the internet when this happened - one like my boyfriend, who condoned Smith’s actions and others like me, who don’t stand for the violence it endorsed. But it wasn’t until I asked my boyfriend why he would do what Smith did, that things became a tad bit clearer to me. That it was probably more about Will Smith than it was about Jada in that one brief moment. Most men, thanks to society, have been conditioned to be the ‘protectors’ and ‘knights in shining armour’ for women, expected to protect them and their honour. Which is why, when Will Smith smacked the shit out of Chris Rock at the Oscars and on worldwide television, it was hailed as an intense act of chivalry. And one such example supporting my argument is when actress Sienna Miller was heard endorsing Smith’s actions at the Oscars after-party as she told her date, ‘I hope you would do the same for me.’ If someone attacked my wife unprovoked, they would get more than a slap! Will smith is totally justified, if you ask me. — Beauvoir (@BeauKariuki) March 29, 2022I believe he was justified. He's may not be a perfect husband or dad. But he's a man. Who is perfect? Chris certainly wasn't that's why he collected a slap in the first place so.. Well sometimes do your mind. The world will adjust with time. I stand Will Smith forever — Silas Marner (@Iam_whiterice) March 29, 2022#WillSmithAssault My opinion on the will smith slap, it’s justified, cope. It was a bitch slap, he won’t die, calm down. — Phantom (@MVPhantom_) March 29, 2022 And then there were a bunch of folks in the comment section, talking about how a man shouldn’t be called a ‘MAN’ if he doesn’t feel riled up at a joke made at his woman’s expense. The exaggerated machismo in the commented section was probably as unnecessary as Smith’s slap, and I’ll tell you why that is. Will Smith just punched Chris Rock and told him "keep my wife's name out of your f***ing mouth" pic.twitter.com/1f1ytdbMRv — CJ Fogler (@cjzer0) March 28, 2022 Simply, because these are the same people who have often stood silent at the bylines when they’ve witnessed a woman getting harassed in a metro or in a classroom. But when it comes to a public show like this one, when the world is watching, you don’t want to look like a weakling who stayed mum, you want to look strong and tough and so, the best you can come up with is an unwarranted slap. View this post on Instagram Let’s re-imagine the entire situation for a second, this time with a little tweak... Instead of Will Smith getting up and walking up to Rock to beat the shit out of him, let’s wonder what would have happened if he had given himself a few seconds to analyze and control his emotions. Would he still have gotten up to smack the comedian? Probably not. And I know that because, despite the people who support his violent outburst on National Television, he himself doesn’t condone his actions. And his apology made that pretty apparent. Will Smith apologises to Chris Rock for Oscars slap: 'I was out of line and I was wrong' - Variety. Next some other fool will use the same excuse when they kill someone, not good enough https://t.co/RhJR5Qn9t1 — leila rezazad (@gilass) March 29, 2022 Yes, Chris Rock might have gone too far, trying to get a laugh out of someone’s trauma, but at the end of the day, doesn’t taking jokes come with the territory of being a celebrity? While I agree that just because it’s part and parcel of showbiz to know how to stomach a joke (even a nasty one), one can’t and shouldn’t have to put up with something that’s hurtful. But does it really have to warrant a violent reaction? If getting the point across was really the purpose here, his yelling would have sufficed. But the idea here was something else, it was to match up to the standards of being an ‘ideal man’ who would fight for his woman. Had there been a physical threat at Jada and her safety, I’d understand where his reaction would have stemmed from, but for a joke that, according to several people wasn’t even extremely offensive to begin with, Will Smith’s actions were totally uncalled for and came as a cry for help. The hypocrisy of Hollywood making woke noises that make nice liberal soundbites but then when #WillSmith unprofessional slaps a colleague on stage and cusses from his seat, he is comforted and later applauded and joined at after parties. Did anyone ask how Chris Rock was? — Frankly Brutal (@candidandhonest) March 29, 2022 After all, the hypocrisy of Will Smith and everyone else who condoned his actions wasn’t lost on anyone. Because if what Chris Rock said was bad, how Will Smith reacted was worse. And perhaps that is why, all of us who were divided over our opinion on the matter, are a 'work in progress' too, just like Smith said he was in his apology! View the full article
  2. The majority of the times Michael Vaughan gets involved in a disagreement with a cricketer, fellow cricket analyst, or even a fan, things become uglier than they should have been and more often than not, it is the former England captain who’s the one to make the deep cut. Recently, Vaughan spoke about how he feels New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson would have been a greater cricketer than Virat Kohli, provided he was an Indian cricketer, which, as expected, took the cricketing world by storm. "If Kane Williamson was Indian, he'd be the greatest player in the world, but he's not because you're not allowed to say that Virat Kohli is not the greatest, because you'd get an absolute pelting on social media,” Vaughan had told Spark Sport last week. "I think Kane Williamson is up there with the great players across the three formats and he certainly matches Virat Kohli… It's just he doesn't have the 100 million followers on Instagram and doesn't earn the $30-40 million or whatever Virat gets every year for his commercial endorsements,” he added. While many were busy calling him out for his not so humble opinion, former Pakistan skipper Salman Butt also took his shot at him and called his take on the whole matter “irrelevant”. "Kohli belongs to a country which has a huge population. Obviously, he would have a bigger fanbase. On top of that, his performance is better too. Virat has 70 international tons at the moment, no other batsman from this era has that many. "And who has compared the two? Michael Vaughan. He was a brilliant captain for England, but the beauty at which he used to bat, his output wasn't on par. He was a good Test batsman but Vaughan never scored a single century in ODIs. Now, as an opener, if you haven't scored a century, it's not worth discussion. It’s just that he has a knack for saying things that stir up a debate. Besides, people have a lot of time to stretch a topic ... What Vaughan has said is irrelevant," Butt said. Unfortunately, this was not the end of the debate… far from it. Vaughan decided to draw the big guns and dug up Butt’s past, an infamous incident of match-fixing charges back in 2010 for which he was banned from playing international cricket for Pakistan for five years. No idea what the headline is ... but I seen what Salman has said about me ... that’s fine and he is allowed his opinion but I wished he had such a clear thought of mind back in 2010 when he was Match fixing !!! https://t.co/EkDWuH7Vi4 — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) May 16, 2021 “No idea what the headline is ... but I seen what Salman has said about me ... that’s fine and he is allowed his opinion but I wished he had such a clear thought of mind back in 2010 when he was Match fixing !!!” Vaughan said in a tweet on Sunday. However, Vaughan critics remember the kind of sympathy Vaughan had shown towards Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft when they were caught in the infamous ‘Sandpaper gate’ during Australia’s tour of South Africa. “Steve Smith I think is a good guy who made a huge mistake ... He needed punishing but I think this is too harsh ... Bancroft who I don't know was led astray but deserved punishing but again too harshly IMO ... The other guy I really don't care about ..," Vaughan had said back in 2016 when Smith, Bancord and David Warner were found guilty of ball-tampering and were suspended from the Australian side for almost a year. This pity towards the Australians were called out after Vaughan’s ruthless comment on Butt’s past: Why are English greats so forgiving of Warner, Smith & co, but not of Salman Butt? And what does it have to do with Salman's comment on @MichaelVaughan? https://t.co/n3g5d0mKMn — Yeshwanth Kini (@YeshwanthKini) May 16, 2021he's just obsessed with salman cmnt coz it really fired the a** of Michael vaughan that's y he started personal criticism rather and remembering how his team behaved eg. ben stokes drunk and fighting on street...ben stokes and jos butler molesting girl in public with dildo! shame — Sunny More (@ARTHURSCR7) May 16, 2021JUST IN: @MichaelVaughan has lost all of his moral values. https://t.co/AkqitLCshn — अnadi (@tiwari_ji_) May 16, 2021Mr. Vaughan - if you can't handle little banter on twitter than you need to stay away from starting some banter. You said something and salman butt said something, no need to bring in Fixing fiasco in between. You belong to gentleman game behave like one.. — Pratik Tantia (@PratikTantia) May 16, 2021 View the full article
  3. Every year, players from all over the world fly over to India to become a part of the lucrative Indian Premier League (https://www.mensxp.com/topic/ipl.html) and compete in the two-month-long tournament for the championship. However, over time, the IPL has evolved from being just another cricketing league and into something much bigger. It has become an event in which different people from different social groups come together and share each other's cultures and get to know their international competitors more closely as friends and human beings. On a sillier note, this homogeneity of cultures also allows animated characters like Steve Smith to let loose and reach out to their inner ‘Dilli baaraati’ who will dance to any tune like there is no tomorrow. View this post on Instagram Smith’s moves brought out some hilarious reactions from his overseas fans: Steve Smith dances like everyone’s dad.#IPL2021 pic.twitter.com/JIKCLOUQae — Nic Savage (@nic_savage1) April 12, 2021 Wait ‘til you see Ashwin! There should be an IPL dance-off which rapidly comes to mean more to the players than the cricket! — Herb Acius (@Na1ecz) April 12, 2021 This is so authentic Delhi dad wedding dance — S Chops (@indiachap1) April 13, 2021 Ultimate Bollywood Father. Fact of life. — Ay Murkel. (@MurkelGav10) April 13, 2021 These covid bubbles exact a toll — izaz haque (@izaz_haque) April 12, 2021 @MurkelGav10 @jabbbbbbbbbbb @Dan_Mose Steve now father of Bollywood too — Ramz (@_Ramz10) April 13, 2021 Smith is also known to play some… ‘unorthodox’ shots when he gets completely engaged in a match, which in themselves look like brilliantly choreographed moves our Bollywood songs could use. “It depends on who’s bowling, how is the wicket playing, how I [am going to] score and stuff like that or how people are trying to get me out, probably that determines how open I am or otherwise how closed I am. But my general stance where my back foot is going to almost off stump, or may be even outside at stages, I know that anything outside my eyeline isn’t hitting the stumps,” Smith had said back in April 2020 when asked about his unusual batting stance. Some of the other international players in the Delhi Capitals squad tried their hand at ‘desi’ dance moves during a photoshoot for the franchise. View this post on Instagram But when it came to showing “how it is done”, the centre stage belonged to none other than Shikhar Dhawan, who is the ideal candidate for bataati dancers at your wedding. View this post on Instagram View the full article
  4. The first day of the third Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground might not have gone the way of the Indian cricket team but that did not stop our boys from having some fun on the field. Indian pacer and the most economically beneficial bowler for the Men in Blue, Jasprit Bumrah had the fans laughing when in the middle of his spell against Steve Smith, he suddenly started mimicking his unorthodox batting follow through. Smith is well known in the cricketing fraternity for moving all over the crease during and after hitting a shot and while most of his opposing bowlers choose to ignore the theatrics most of the times, Bumrah couldn’t resist joking about it on Thursday. Got video too#INDvsAUS pic.twitter.com/MvkSp7n2z4 — Y45H (@YashP_45) January 7, 2021 The moment brings back memories from the 2017 clash between the two cricketing titans in the red-ball match when Indian pace veteran Ishant Sharma hilariously tried to copy Smith’s expressions while bowling to him. Sharma’s reaction has become the face of many memes since the day. Fans had a laughing riot watching Bumrah’s reaction on a loop: Bumrah trying to become ishant sharma of 2017..that is the desperation.. And we all know about the result smith produced in 2017 in that match.. https://t.co/BdGIRrLRfA — RAJASREE DAS (@RAJASREEDAS7) January 7, 2021#Bumrah imitating #Smith — nireekshan (@Nireekshanchand) January 7, 2021He is so jovial. Seems like he is also having some humour sense#INDvAUS #smith #bumrah https://t.co/JnGSLh6jQk — Mo sajii (@SajiiMo) January 7, 2021After struggling to make runs against the Indian bowlers in the last two Tests of the series, Smith finally looks like his usual self. It also took him five innings to score the first boundary of the series against the Men in Blue in Sydney during this tour. The righty Australian hopes to find similar form on Day 2 and contribute to a massive total for his side. View the full article
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