WILL SMITH’S MELTDOWN

What can we learn from Will Smith’s action on the night that should have been the highlight of his career when he won an Oscar? Pastor Joshua Broome joined CBN to discuss his response to Will Smith’s meltdown at the Oscars, which is gaining a lot of attention online. While Smith did apologize yesterday to not only fans and the Academy, but to Chris Rock as well, plenty of people are still discussing the incident. Broome believes there’s much Christians can learn from the assault.

Do not resist the one who is evil. But if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also.Matthew 5:39

There is a great message for all of us in this video. A question we need to ask ourselves is how would we have reacted in the same circumstances?

One thought on “WILL SMITH’S MELTDOWN

  1. Yes I agree that Will’s action was not good, but what Chris Rock’s comment about Will’s wife’s medical condition was worse than a slap on the face. Emotionally she was supposed to just ignore it or forget he ever said it?? There are too many people in this world that think that’s acceptable behaviour. Nasty humiliating words can hurt worse than a slap on the face. Neither is acceptable, but there is little publicity on the hurt that Chris Rock placed on Wills wife. So even though Wills action was wrong, at least he stood up for his wife & the embarrassment she felt.

    On Thu, 31 Mar 2022 at 12:06 pm, LIVING ETERNAL NOW wrote:

    > Ron Edwards posted: ” What can we learn from Will Smith’s action on the > night that should have been the highlight of his career when he won an > Oscar? Pastor Joshua Broome joined CBN to discuss his response to Will > Smith’s meltdown at the Oscars, which is gaining a lot of atte” >

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