BREAKING: Comedian Ryan Long's video making fun of Will Smith CENSORED by Facebook

Long posted the Facebook notification to Twitter in a tweet that simply reads "Oh come on."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal QC

UPDATE: In a rare win for free speech, Facebook accepted Ryan Long's appeal and has reinstated his video on Thursday afternoon.

Original story follows:

Comedian Ryan Long's video poking fun at Will Smith following his slapping of Oscars host Chris Rock on live television was censored from Facebook due to what they say was a violation of the Community Standards on Harassment and bullying.

"We have these standards because we want everyone on Facebook to feel respected and welcome," the notification to Long reads. Long posted the Facebook notification to Twitter in a tweet that simply reads "Oh come on."

The video, titled "A Message to Will Smith from Jada's Entanglements" features several comedians pretending to be romantic partners of Jada Pinkett Smith. The Smiths have been in an open relationship for years now, with Pinkett Smith involved in an extra-marital relationship with rapper August Alsina for four and a half years.

"We have given each other trust and freedom, with the belief that everybody has to find their own way," Smith, a father of three, told GQ.

"And I don't suggest our road for anybody," he aded. "But the experiences that the freedoms that we've given one another and the unconditional support, to me, is the highest definition of love."

The Long video is still available on YouTube, where it has garnered over 200,000 views, and features lines like, "just because we're taking your wife for a spin, doesn't mean we don't care about you."

The Post Millennial has reached out to Long. This story will be updated if he replies with comment.


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