Out of all the celebs who attended the Oscars again in March, Zo Kravitz was probably the most vocal in regards to the slap Will Smith gave to Chris Rock. In her try to defend artistry, she posted a image of the costume she wore to the occasion whereas additionally noting that apparently assaulting folks was okay now.

She additionally determined to reply she did not agree with what Will Smith did to a informal fan who requested her within the feedback. After that, we have no concept if she suffered any kind of harrassment or on-line abuse. However, her most up-to-date assertion about that response invitations us to suppose she might have gotten bullied for it. Beleive it or not, there have been many who truly agreed with what Will Smith did on the Oscars.

Zo Kravitz regrets her response

This is what Zo mentioned on the Wall Street Journal: “I’m torn about what to say proper now, as a result of I’m supposed to simply discuss it; I have very sophisticated emotions round it. I want I had dealt with that in a different way. And that is okay. It’s a scary time to have an opinion or to say the mistaken factor or to make controversial artwork or statements or ideas or something. It’s principally scary as a result of artwork is about dialog. That ought to, for my part, at all times be the purpose.

“The web is the alternative of dialog. The web is folks placing issues out and never taking something in. I used to be reminded that I’m an artist. Being an artist is just not about everyone loving you or everybody considering you are sizzling. It’s about expressing one thing that may hopefully spark a dialog or encourage folks or make them really feel seen. I feel I’m in a place proper now the place I do not need to categorical myself via a caption or a tweet. I need to categorical myself via artwork.”


Thinking folks have been truly on board with what Will Smith did on that night is wild, he was instantly attacking freedom of creative expression by slapping Chris Rock over a joke. Kravitz should not have to take her feedback again over on-line abuse, there are lots of far more horrible issues well-known folks do on a every day foundation than that.

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