Fans Wish Kevin Hart Death. Terry Crews Reacts
AGT host Terry Crews weighed in on Kevin Hart’s accident and this is what he told US Weekly.
“Basically, right now, Kevin’s gonna have to rebuild his life somewhat. It may be a little different for Kevin from here on out. I understand that, I feel that. He probably feels very alone right now.”‘AGT’ Host Terry Crews
Why Fans Wish Kevin Hart Death
One of the reasons Kevin might be feeling alone right now is the controversy he is in the middle of right now. He has said some problematic things in the past about the LGBTQ+ community and has received a backlash on social media. After his accident, several people were not so nice about it. Terry also weighed in on that saying,
“There were some people who weren’t so nice. There were a lot of people that were happy he got into the accident. It made no sense to me, but that’s human nature. But I’m here to tell him and that’s why I wanted to say, ‘Hey, man. I’m here for you. I got your back.’ Believe me, most of Hollywood and most people I know are supporting Kevin. Really, really pushing for his speedy recovery.”
I know people that have worked with The Rock and he is universally hailed as a real class act. He’s the biggest star in the world, he didn’t have to leave his honeymoon to go on Kelly’s show. But he did and as always he was an amazing guest. The Rock should have his own talk show where he lifts weights while calling Hollywood people weaklings. I’d totally watch that. And you would too.
Why The Recent Episode of HBO’s The Shop: Uninterrupted Is Controversial
In a clip from September 3 episode of HBO’s The Shop: Uninterrupted marketing executive Paul Rivera -surrounded by Hart, Lil Nas X, Charlamagne tha God, NBA star Kevin Love, American football star Rob Gronkowski, Portland Trailblazer CJ McCollum and Uninterrupted CEO Maverick Carter – brought up Lil Nas X’s coming out story.
To Lil Nas X’s coming out story, Kevin Hart said, “He said he was gay, so what?’ Rivera continued: ‘Why did you feel it was necessary to come out and say that?’, with the 21-year-old replying: ‘It’s not like that it’s like being forced, but it’s knowing growing up…I’m growing up to hate this s***… I’m not supposed to ever like this.”
Kevin said: “Hate what?”
To which Lil Nas X said “Homosexuality. Gay people”
he asked “Why?”
Lil Nas X was the voice of reason we all wish we had when people say oblivious, insensitivity and ignorant remarks against any human being
“C’mon now. If you’re really from the hood, you know’, before explaining: ‘For me, the cool dude with this song, on top of everything to say this any other time, [it could be seen as] I’m doing this for attention, in my eyes. But if you doing this while you’re at the top, you know it’s for real and it’s showing it doesn’t really matter, I guess.”
The prejudice against black gay men in rap is real and we shouldn’t brush it under the rug, instead we can recognize it and take a moment to heal the problem from within by educating, understanding and empathizing the problem.
Thank you Lil Nas X, we all love you. You’re more than just a twitter hero, take a bow.