And now Saturday Night Live has jumped on to poke fun at the altercation – with not one, not two, but three separate skits despite "not wanting to talk about it."
The show kickstarted with Jerrod Carmichael and his monologue expressing the world's fatigue at the infamous slap. He explained that he was initially excited about the Oscars drama on Monday, but now he's just bored of it.
"I'm not going to talk about it," he said before reiterating how tedious it has become.
"I want to be clear up top, I talked about it enough.
SNL then had a field day with the two following skits.
One saw OJ Simpson, played by Kenan Thompson, weigh in on the issue during the Weekend Update segment. He said he didn't understand Rock's joke and believed Smith was overreacting. He then joked that he hadn't actually watched the ceremony.
"I don't want to say you got rage issues, but if the glove fits," Thompson's OJ joked. "Love makes you do crazy things, allegedly."
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The third skit hilariously put their own spin on the "seat fillers", where Chris Redd's portrayal of Smith was seated amongst lifelong fans.
Redd's Smith agreed to taking a selfie with one of the fans, which was interrupted by Chris Rock's joke against his wife. He casually gets out of his seat and a slap echoes across the room, before sitting back down as though nothing had happened.
The fans look frightened, as Redd mimics Smith's infamous words: "Keep my wife's name out your f***ing mouth."
"I love the Oscars, man," he yelled. "I love the movies, man."
Yea this Will Smith skit is terrible they could\u2019ve just kept that out #SNL
— Black Queen\ud83d\udc97 (@Black Queen\ud83d\udc97)
Others however, found the skits highly entertaining and praised the comedians involved.
I love that Jerrod Carmichael just did an entire monologue about Slapgate without using the words "Will Smith", "Chris Rock", "Jada Pinkett Smith", "Oscars" or "slap". It was like he was playing the stand-up comedy version of the game 'Taboo'. #SNL
— Frankly My Dear I Don't Kiffa Damn (@Frankly My Dear I Don't Kiffa Damn)
SNL just killed it with Will Smith Oscarpic.twitter.com/9vZKOKqd3O