CHRIS ROCK HAS MOVED ON FROM OSCARS INCIDENT: Reports say that Chris Rock has moved on from the Oscars incident. A source told People that Rock has “moved on” from the incident before Smith, 53, issued an on-camera apology last week. The source said, “Chris doesn’t need to talk. This is clearly something that bothers Will more than Chris. Will needs to deal with his issues. Chris is fine.” The source continued, “The fact that he is making jokes about it already is a good thing. That means he is assessing it. But the stress of the slap and the aftermath has not taken over his life. Quite the opposite.”

WILL SMITH'S EX WIFE SAYS SHE BUMPED HEADS WITH HIM AND JADA PINKETT SMITH OVER CO-PARENTING: During an interview with Page Six, Will Smith's ex wife Sheree Zampino told the Behind the Velvet Podcast, she said that there were times that she would bump heads with Will and Jada over co-parenting styles. She said, “My thing was with Jada — it was like, as long as she treats him well, we’re good.” She added that Jada always “treated Trey well” and “loved him.” She explained, “Then, sometimes, moms get jealous. It’s like, ‘I’m getting jealous over another woman ’cause she’s treating my child right? What? That’s insane! Don’t you want her to treat your child right?"” She continued, “Then Jaden comes along, then Willow. It is about these babies. So how do we do this where we honor them and we put them first and we don’t deprive them of any good thing,” Zampino recalled, explaining that 'the good thing referred to the kids’ relationships with each other and with all three parental figures.” She added, “We were just able to go there, and I’m grateful for it. But I’m grateful that we were kind of all on the same frequency and the same page to really want to do that, which is probably why we are called to one another in this space,” she continued.

PHAEDRA PARKS IS RELEASING A SELF-HELP BOOK: Former RHOA star Phaedra Parks is releasing a self help book. According to Page Six, she said, “When I left ‘Housewives,’ it was a very dark time. And I went through … depression and a lot of emotions because ‘Housewives’ can give you PTSD. I think anyone that’s been on it for over four to five years will experience some PTSD because it can be very traumatic.” She continued, “So I wanted to write a book for women — men can read it, too — that really gave a part of my testimony of just being an overcomer.” She added, “As you can see, God gave me double for my trouble, honey. I look younger, I feel younger and I lost nothing.” A release date and title for the book have yet to be announced.