March 28, 2022 | 2:36am

The Academy of Movement Image Arts and Sciences early Monday mentioned “it doesn’t condone violence” after actor Will Smith slapped Chris Rock on stage on the Oscars over the comic’s joke about Jada Pinkett Smith.

“The Academy doesn’t condone violence of any kind,” the group tweeted after the occasion. “Tonight we’re delighted to have fun our 94th Academy Awards winners, who deserve this second of recognition from their friends and film lovers world wide.”

Rock, a presenter, joked that he couldn’t wait to see Pinkett Smith in “G.I. Jane 2,” quipping about her bald head. Enraged, Smith ran onto the stage and slapped Rock within the face.

“Preserve my spouse’s title out of your f–king mouth,” the actor shouted on the surprised comic after returning to his seat.

After the stunning altercation, Smith was awarded the Oscar for Greatest Actor for his efficiency in “King Richard” and gave a teary-eyed apology throughout his acceptance speech.

The Academy doesn’t condone violence of any kind.

Tonight we’re delighted to have fun our 94th Academy Awards winners, who deserve this second of recognition from their friends and film lovers world wide.

— The Academy (@TheAcademy) March 28, 2022

 The Academy issued a statement against violence after Will Smith slapped Chris Rock onstage at the Oscars.
The Academy issued an announcement in opposition to violence after Will Smith slapped Chris Rock onstage on the Oscars.
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