Just days before the highly anticipated awards ceremony, Rock, 40, took to Twitter to once again spark speculation as to what he may have in store as Oscars host for the big night on Sunday.
And judging by the snapshot, it might be in reference to the #OscarsSoWhite controversy.
Rock posted a short video clip of a static television, flashing white and black waves across the screen.
"See you Sunday...#blackout #oscars," he caption the video.
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How Rock will address the controversy surrounding the lack of diversity among acting nominees has been a hot topic, with some commending the comedian and others asking for him to step down as host.
This will be the comedian's second outing as Oscars host, having helmed the telecast in 2005 and turning heads with his no-holds-barred humor.