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WATER MILL, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 05: Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson speaks onstage at the Hamptons premiere of "POWER BOOK II: GHOST" presented by STARZ & Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson on September 05, 2020 in Water Mill, New York.

50 Cent is the latest celeb to speak out about Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars Sunday (March 27).

The Power creator shared The Hollywood Reporter’s headline following Rock's set on Wednesday (March 30), praising the comedian for keeping himself calm after the incident took place. “I don’t know how @chrisrock held his composure, but i’m glad he didn’t make a mess of the whole thing,” he captioned the post.

Following this post, the rapper posted a video of the slap which was edited to have a dance sequence with Will after the blow to Chris’ face.

Fiddy captioned the video advising Rock to take legal action against Smith, “This s— is funny till that law suit hit, 👀here it come in 5, 4, 3, 2, $100,000,000 yeah that’s how this kinda s— plays out!”

After the slap, it was reported that the famed comedian would not be pressing charges on the King Richard actor. However, per Rock’s brother Tony, the two have not spoken since the incident.

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