His custom covers Cancel culture, Fame and family life, but for some viewers it didn’t hit the right notes. Hart rubbed a few people the wrong way about his teenage daughter, and addressed it twice on social media.
What Kevin Hart said about his daughter
Filmed in the living room of Hart’s house, Zero F ** ks is given The hourly set consisted of small masked spectators. Raised her children a few times during the comic show, at one point, she touched on her daughter’s dating habits.
Hart talked about the complexity of 15-year-old Heaven and called her “boy crazy”. A week later she ran into how she crushed three different boys, and a third of the Hart audience – Tim by – clicked something on his mind.
“Immediately in my mind, I said, ‘My daughter is a hoe.’ This is hoe sh * t. The shovel function in front of my face, ”he teased.
Hart said he checked a “spade” from his past to check the habit and concluded his daughter was on track. But after seeing all three of them, he said he could understand why there was trouble in making a decision between them.
The audience ate it and laughed. For a variety of reasons, some on social media do not.
Hart was critical of the clubhouse chat
Clubhouse, the only social media application by invitation, became a hub when Hart came into a chat room ”Kevin Hart is funnyTalk about his latest specials. He advertised on Netflix Kick, provided some business advice, and talked to people in use.
Some commentators expressed dissatisfaction with what he said about his daughter, and said she was abusive to women, a sexist, and fed up with negative stereotypes about black women. When he commented on black people tearing up their own, he was blamed for the gas lamp.
The conversation spread on Twitter on Saturday (Nov. 28), where fans continued to split, and some say Hart was rejected towards women in use.
Hart reiterated his position on Instagram
After the Clubhouse session, Hart released a video Instagram Emphasizing jokes about his daughter is humorous, and he doesn’t harass women in chat. “Stop with the wrong stories,” he said. “If you’ve been in a clubhouse and part of a conversation, it’s not about black women.”
Hart said his jokes are part of being creative. He was at the clubhouse to promote his work and to have a conversation around it because epidemics prevented traditional marketing methods. He wants the false accusations to stop, instead Netflix will stream special people. “We have to stop.”
Hart’s supporters believe that some audiences are overly sensitive about his comedic content, and there are a section of the audience who think that Hart’s criticism is not taken seriously. Either way, he insists on streaming people Zero F ** ks is given Netflix divides their own opinions — regardless of whether he agrees.