Kevin Hart has admitted that he has “never been ready” for the impact of his public scandals on his family.
The comedian spoke with Will Smith on the talk Red Table talk chat show and reflected on the consequences of infidelity, and all the past tweets that were anti-homosexuality as well as the relationships with his family.
“I got on some armour. It’s very hard to shoot through this and bother me,” the 41-year-old said.
However, he said that it was a “different” feel when there were his children in the picture.
“When your child shows disappointment, shows emotion and you have those conversations, the head drops for the first time.”
In 2017, the “Jumanji” star apologized to his family saying that someone was trying to blackmail him because of a video that showed him with a different woman.
“I can say having a little girl in my life, it’s tough. You don’t realise the impact that your mistakes could truly have,” he added.
My conversation with Heaven. This is one of the most difficult and different than anyone else, ” he said.
“Getting my daughter back, getting her to understand that I was sorry, that I made a mistake. That was real.”
Kevin Hart’s Homophobic Tweets
The actor was also criticized a lot after old tweets surfaced in which he is evidently believed to be promoting anti-gay sentiments and used uncivilized language.
At first, he didn’t want to apologize but then he said, “I’m so sorry I have offended people.”
As a result, he also had to step down as host of the 2019 Oscars.
Fatherhood – Netflix Film
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Weitz, Stevens, and Hart are so keen to insulate Matt from any indication of criticism or conflict that they come dangerously close to denying him a personality.