Chris Rock Rumors
“She voiced that she struggled with [Alopecia], and Chris Rock thought it was cool to crack a joke,” Villanueva said. “We are not with Jada everyday to know the level of the struggle, but Will does. As I don’t condone violence, Im proud that Will Smith stood up for his wife.” Villanueva added, “As a fellow Alopecians, I stand with Will and Jada.”
Chris Rock stands with the medical community in supporting as many people as possible rolling up their sleeves to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. On Wednesday, he spoke out on the subject while at the mic, opening for the Strokes at the venue Brooklyn Steel. He also called out one unvaccinated person in particular: Kyrie Irving, a point guard for the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets, who has refused to comply with New York City’s vaccine mandate that professional athletes be vaccinated to practice or play in public venues. “Where’s my anti-vaxxers at? Where you at?” the former Saturday Night Live star said. “You f****** dumb Kyrie motherf******.”
Kevin Durant’s 30th birthday is right around the corner (Sept. 29), and the Warriors’ superstar celebrated in a way fitting NBA royalty. Guests included Warriors teammate Draymond Green, NBA stars Kyrie Irving and Carmelo Anthony, and celebrities like Chris Rock, Kendall Jenner, and Swizz Beats, Cam’ron, Jim Jones and Jus Ske provided some entertainment. But what really set the event apart from your run of the mill star party, according to Page Six, was a video toast delivered by none other than former president Barack Obama.
NBA star Kevin Durant celebrated his upcoming 30th birthday on Saturday night in New York at trendy seafood eatery the Pool — with pals including Chris Rock, Kendall Jenner, Karlie Kloss, Kyrie Irving, Carmelo Anthony and Swizz Beatz. An insider told us, “Kevin’s friend and business partner Rich Kleiman gave a speech, and Virgil [Abloh] gave him a specially designed bottle of Moët. A video also played in which Barack Obama made a toast.”