Published: Thu, January 10, 2019
Life&Culture | By Peggy Hughes

Kevin Hart Issues Another Apology To LGBTQ Community

Kevin Hart Issues Another Apology To LGBTQ Community

Kevin added the landscape of the world has changed now, particularly with the prevalence of social media, and he regrets the way he spoke on his Twitter page.

"I'm done with it".

Hart, known for his stand-up comedy and roles in films including "Ride Along", said he would not have enough time ahead of the February 24 ceremony in Los Angeles to prepare to do a professional job: "If I do something I want to give it my all". I'm literally over that.

'I can't do it this year, it's not going to happen, in the future if it does it does but it's not the conversation of today'. So if it's accepted, great, but if it's not, it's nothing I can control.

The debacle on the Academy's hands is one entirely of their own making, shot through by their sycophantic love affair with all things left-of-center and politically correct.

Kevin Hart might have been a perfectly good host for the Oscars, before circumstances - in the form of old tweets - intervened.

In place of the wise-cracking host, the show's producers will instead select "a crop of A-listers to introduce various segments". I'm not giving no more explanation.

The comedian initially rejected demands to apologize, insisting he had apologized for the tweets several times before, but later said sorry again after stepping down as Oscars presenter.

When Strahan asked him whether he had a message for gay children, Hart continued to talk about himself, asking: "Why do you have to prove that you are a loving individual?"

It's a choice made significantly more hard by the reality that Hart is in the middle of a press tour for his latest film, The Upside, co-starring Bryan Cranston. You're talking about two weeks I'd have to prepare. "I've done all that I can do".

"If you didn't [hear the apology], I don't know what you're looking for". After facing some criticism for his appearance on Ellen last week, Hart further addressed the controversy over his old "homophobic" jokes on his Sirius XM radio show.

"It shows me that there is no ending to it".

'If you keep feeding this energy, then it's going to grow, ' he said. "You're not getting no more of my energy from it".

The virus of political correctness and woke sermonizing that has wormed its way into the Academy Awards for the past decade has all but turned Hollywood's most prestigious awards show into a level of laughingstock that not even the Golden Globes has stooped to. "I want everybody to know that I'm done with it".

He continued: "I have explained how I've evolved, which makes me say, 'I'm over it.' I'm not saying how I've changed any more".

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