On Saturday (March 4), Chris Rock and Netflix teamed up for his live stand-up special, Selective Outrage, the first of its kind on the streaming platform. As expected, the legendary comedian used his time during the Baltimore show to respond to the slap heard around the world at last year’s Academy Awards — one that has left Rock’s relationship with Will Smith up in the air, to say the least. As previously reported by REVOLT, the Brooklyn-raised Rock did not mince words in regard to his Philadelphia counterpart and his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith.

“Everybody who really knows, knows I had nothing to do with that s**t. I didn’t have any entanglements,” said Rock, referencing the couple’s highly publicized situation with New Orleans singer August Alsina. “His wife was f**king her son’s friend. I normally would not talk about this s**t… We’ve all been cheated on. Everybody in here [has] been cheated on. None of us has ever been interviewed by the person that cheated on us, on television.”

Following the special, social media — specifically, Twitter — was up in arms over what Rock said, with many disagreeing with his decision to attack Jada. XXL Freshman alum CHIKA blasted the “Everybody Hates Chris” star in a series of tweets.

Chris Rock is such a b**ch,” she began. “You used an onstage moment to take a jab at a woman you have an off-stage grudge against, got the S**T slapped out of you (rightfully so), and now are using white people’s clutching of pearls to paint yourself as a victim while continuing your tirade.”

Another user, Uju Anya, considered what she witnessed justification for the aforementioned slap happening in the first place. “Netflix keeps screwing over subscribers. They cancel hit shows people actually wanna watch and give Chris Rock millions of dollars to prove Will Smith was right to slap him,” she opined.

Check out additional tweets about Selective Outrage below.