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Will Smith's ability office thought about dropping him after Oscars slap: report

Fat cats at Will Smith's powerful ability office apparently bantered about whether to dump the beset entertainer for slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars.

The Creative Artists Agency's Bryan Lourd, Richard Lovett and Kevin Huvane confronted a problem of noteworthy extents when their client whacked Rock across the face for kidding about his significant other's hair - then, at that point, proceeded to win the Academy Award for his job in "Lord Richard," the Daily Beast detailed.

An interior discussion about the matter eclipsed an initiative retreat held by the popular office at the chic Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, as per the power source.

CAA accomplices Richard Lovett, Kevin Huvane and Bryan Lourd supposedly discussed dropping Will Smith after he slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars.

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Three sources who talked with Lourd let the Daily Beast know that he told a few group at the occasion that CAA - which is currently securing rival organization ICM, which addresses Rock - ought to dispose of Smith.

Yet, Lovett would have rather not lost the 53-year-old entertainer, whom he actually reps, and was depicted as "fatigued" in the midst of the aftermath, as per the report.

Will Smith slapped Chris Rock onstage during the Oscars after Rock made a joke about his wife’s hair.
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Richard Lovett reportedly did not want to lose Smith, who was his personal client.
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Richard Lovett supposedly didn't have any desire to lose Smith, who was his own client.

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The CAA's problem was additionally confounded by the way that the organization had been related with shamed film maker Harvey Weinstein, the power source noted.

At last, the organization chose to keep Smith on its celebrated list in spite of his purported slap heard 'round the world and renunciation from the Academy, the Daily Beast said.

In any case, a CAA representative demanded that "there is no reality" to the report.

"Essentially never occurred," 

the rep said.

Denzel Washington and Jada Pinkett Smith (bottom left) speak with Will Smith after he hit Chris Rock at the Oscars.
Will Smith cries as he accepts the award for best performance by an actor in a leading role for “King Richard.”
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Will Smith cries as he acknowledges the honor for best execution by an entertainer in a main job for "Lord Richard."

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Hollywood, which notoriously observed Roman Polanski's Oscar triumph for Best Director Oscar, has a confounded past with its outrage scarred individuals.

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