People are saying Kevin Hart is beginning to understand why his jokes were homophobic and more, they were just bad. I don't know about that but I do know he is not funny but people laugh because it is always fun for some when you make fun of a particular kind of People by putting them down. And yes there are gay jokes that are not homophobic but Hart it seems didn't know them or maybe he knew, like cheating on his wife and making sex tapes on the new girl it was bad but He thought he could get away with it. Maybe he has always gotten over with many things and never been called to the carpet. Now he knows he is on call.
“All he did was poke the bear on that one,” his brand manager Wayne Brown says. Hart’s publicist, Haley Hileman adds, “He needs to just shut up and put his head down for the next few weeks.”
Writer Harry Whitford’s take: “Tonally, you should be sorrier.”
Nine days after Hart stepped down from the Oscars hosting position, he had an emergency meeting with his production company. He defended his behavior to them, saying, “My last 10 years there’s been no homophobic tweets or slander or anything... Me apologizing again isn’t being sensitive to the gay community at all."
Hileman, the publicist, openly disagrees.
“You are one of the most famous people in the world. There are still people who don’t know who you are and aren’t familiar with your comedy now, what you make and what you stand for.”
Hart ultimately released a written apology and opened up on “Ellen” about his behavior. He also refused to address the controversy on “Good Morning America.” None of those moves were well received.
Hart’s wife learned he was cheating via DM
Hart’s documentary doesn’t get into detail about “what happened in Vegas,” but alludes to the fact that the celebrity did get caught on tape with another woman in August of 2017. And Hart does talk about how an unnamed one-time friend was charged with extortion for allegedly shooting a sex tape of Hart and threatening to release it. Those charges from Los Angeles County prosecutors against Jonathan Jackson have since been dropped.
Shortly after the charges were announced, Hart tweeted: "Mind blown...Hurt...at a lost for words and simply in complete disbelief at the moment. WOW."
Learning the news of her husband's affair via Instagram's direct message, Hart’s wife Eniko Parish says she “immediately just lost it” in the series. “I kept questioning him. If this is what you want to do, I don’t want to be a part of that.”
Ultimately she forgave him. “We’ve gone through it. We’re past it. He’s a better man now,” she says. But, “three strikes, you're out.”