Will Smith’s popularity saw ‘very significant and precipitous decline’ after Oscars slap
According to Q Score, which measures the consumer appeal of celebrities in the US
the actor lost significant support after the incident
The popularity of the actor Will Smith saw a dramatic decline following his assault on Chris Rock earlier this year, a new survey suggests.
About an hour before he won the best actor award for his role in King Richard, Smith, 53, took offence
to a joke made by presenter Rock, 57, about Smith’s wife’s short hair
It is still unknown whether Rock was unaware of Jada Pinkett Smith’s alopecia
uch a fall was described by Henry Schafer, executive vice president of Q Score as “a very significant and precipitous decline”.