Kevin Harts is not sorry for his past homophobic comments and tweets, but he has sneakily deleted them.
Recall that after the comedian-actor celebrated being selected to host the 2019 Oscars, this Guardian piece unearthed the series of comments he had made in the past, including his standups and tweets where he shamelessly celebrated his homophobia.
This stirred heated conversation on social media, with many people calling on the Oscar committee to revisit their decision on having such homophobic figure host their prestigious event.
Yesterday, Hart reacted and thinks those who criticise him are “angry people.”
“I was asked the most amazing question from my kids today on the phone….they said “Dad why don’t you get mad when people talk about you on the internet” …my answer was “I never see that stuff because I’m to busy being happy & loving you 2,” he tweeted.
He continued, “I then explained to them that it’s hard to know what angry things people are saying when you stay away from the places that angry people love. I said angry people love the internet… so use it only when necessary and spend the rest of
Catch all the details here.
Now, he has deleted all the tweets, and also shared a video in which he claimed his homophobia is now in the past, that he has “matured.” However, he refuses to