Jim Carrey does not approve of his fellow Hollywood friends after their reaction to Will Smith earlier this week. During an interview with CBS‘ Gayle King, the Canadian actor gave his opinion on the incident that occurred during the 94th Academy Awards on Sunday evening between Chris Rock and Will Smith.

“I was sickened by the standing ovation,” The Mask actor told King, speaking on the members in the audience who stood up and applauded the father of three when he was awarded Best Actor minutes after “slapping the shit out of” the comedian onstage. “I felt like Hollywood is just spineless en masse.”

During their Monday conversation, King pointed out that anyone other than Smith likely would have been escorted outside of the building, or even arrested after hitting someone else. Carrey feels that the Gemini Mani star “should have been,” but Rock didn’t want the hassle of pressing charges.

“I’d have announced this morning that I was suing Will for $200 million,” the 60-year-old shared. “That video is gonna be there forever. It’s gonna be ubiquitous. You know, that insult is gonna last a very long time.”

Carrey continued, “If you want to yell from the audience and show disapproval or say something on Twitter [that’s fine]. You do not have the right to smack somebody in the face because they said words,” adding that Smith’s decision was “a selfish moment that cast a pall over the whole thing,” as DailyMail notes.

“[The slap] came out of nowhere because Will has something going on inside him that’s frustrated,” the Sonic the Hedgehog star concluded. “I wish him the best. I have nothing against Will Smith. He’s done great things, but that was not a good moment. It cast a shadow over everyone’s shining moment last night…It was a selfish moment.”