Will Smith’s career in Hollywood is still in limbo following the Oscars on March 27.
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Things Have Taken A Nose Dive For Will Since Oscars
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After storming the stage, Smith slapped Rock across the face and proceeded to tell him to “Keep my wife’s name out your f***ing mouth.”
Since that fateful attack on national television, Smith has resigned from the Academy, his agents have been scrambling and his inner circle is reportedly falling to pieces trying to salvage his career.
Needless to say, things have not been going well for Smith and company.
Now, a once disgraced TV personality who was at the top of his game before being brought down is speaking out and giving Smith advice.
Billy Bush Gives Will Smith Advice Amid Potential Cancelation
Former “Access Hollywood” TV host, Billy Bush, was one of the most famous entertainment TV hosts in America before 2016.
That year, a tape of Bush interviewing Donald Trump in 2005 surfaced. In the tape, Trump makes a comment about grabbing women by the p***y.
Bush seemed to laugh at Trump’s comments and support the former president.
Billy Knows What Getting Canceled Is Like
The host was fired from the “TODAY” show, two months after he was hired, and retreated out of the public eye while Trump went on to win the White House.
On Wednesday, April 6, Bush was spotted out and about by TMZ.
He explained to the news outlet that one moment doesn’t define a person’s life.
“We are all wired for some weird crazy stuff. We’re wired! 99% of the time we don’t do it. The better us comes out, but we’re wired for it and occasionally something happens. He SNAPPED! I can’t believe it. You don’t think that guy’s hurting enough? He’s hurting,” Bush said enthusiastically.
He very briefly touched on his own demise and experience with cancel culture and advised Smith to “make something great of yourself.”
Bush continued, “He’s got to make the mess his mission somehow.”
The “Extra” TV host suggested the Oscar-winning actor purchase the book, “The Daily Stoic,” a book that has critical life lessons that could help him turn his situation around for the better.
“He’s Will Smith. Everything he’s done up to this point can’t be worth nothing,” Bush continued. “He’s been a great guy, he’s been a great role model. He’s made good movies; he’s been a good person. I support Will.”
Billy Supports Will Smith
TMZ’s interview comes after the TV personality made a lengthy Instagram post about the Oscars slap.
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He wrote, “Lay off Will Smith. There’s nothing in it for you. Furthermore, and most importantly, cancellation is very dangerous. It can take the lives of the unstable. It causes anxiety, depression, panic. You do NOT want to be involved in that. I am firmly against the savage, unsustainable and apparently escalating war on human flaws. Aren’t you?”