Amy Schumer Says Will Smith's Chris Rock Slap "Says So Much About Toxic Masculinity" In Her First Post-Oscars Performance

    "Did you read that in your news feed?"

    Yup, we're still talking about the slap.

    Will Smith slaps Chris Rock on the Oscars stage

    You might remember that Oscars co-host Amy Schumer already weighed in on the moment Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the awards show.

    Amy Schumer poses for a photo at an event

    Well, Amy had her first standup performance since the Oscars last night in Las Vegas, and according to The Hollywood Reporter, she shared more thoughts on the incident.

    Schumer stands outside in a dress

    In her comments around the Oscars, Amy said she "really" didn't know "what to say" about the ceremony and had "no jokes" about it — before making a joke, of course: "All I can say is that I don’t know if you saw this, but Will Smith slapped Chris Rock. Did you read that in your news feed?”

    Amy smiles at an Oscars step-and-repeat

    She also referred to Will Smith as "Ali," as in Muhammad Ali — the iconic late boxer that he portrayed in Michael Mann's biopic from 2001.

    Amy holds a microphone

    "[I]t was just a fucking bummer," she said about the infamous moment. "All I can say is that it was really sad, and I think it says so much about toxic masculinity."

    Schumer hangs in the air as Spider-Man

    Amy went on to call the incident "really upsetting" before saying that "the best way to comfort ourselves" was for her to tell all the Oscars jokes her lawyer told her not to say on the telecast.

    Amy smiles at the Oscars

    She then reportedly launched into a series of jabs at Hollywood rape culture, James Franco's sexual misconduct allegations, and the fatal Rust shooting — before quipping, “I wasn’t allowed to say any of that, but you can just come up and [clock] someone."

    Amy poses for a photo at an event

    Read the entire report on Schumer's set here.