WESTWOOD, CA - MARCH 26: Actor/comedian Chris Rock (R) and his brother Tony attend the premiere of the DreamWorks film "Head of State" on March 26, 2003 in Westwood, California.

Will Smith has apologized for slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars Sunday (March 27) but Rock’s brother Tony, is not accepting it and debunks Diddy's previous claim that the two are on good terms.

On Tuesday night, Chris Rock’s brother Tony, who is also a comedian, responded on Twitter to several questions about the incident.

“Do you approve of the apology?” one person asked Tony Rock.

“No,” he replied.

Tony also revealed that the two have not made up despite reports claiming Diddy said the two are on good terms.

“@TONYROCK Let Bro know he’s a better man than people give him credit for. As bad as the situation was, it could have gone completely sideways if he hadn’t been the adult in the room,” @RealBigSol posted and Tony Rock retweeted with a peace sign emoji.

Tony defended his brother over notions that Chris disrespects women of color and asked for those to watch his ’09 documentary Good Hair.

“Be sure to watch ‘Good Hair’ since the narrative is now changed to all my bro does is disrespect women of color.” Tony wrote.

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