Kevin Hart's Oscar Exit Divides Americans (Exclusive THR Poll)
The most important result of the poll is that the majority don't care what people said 10+ years ago.
The article explains his reason for walking away. He's apologized previously, and he's not going to play fascist LibTard games anymore.
The whole incident has increased his popularity among people that matter. People with a sense of humor, which excludes LibTards.
Less than 48 hours after Hart's unveiling, news outlets had published stories noting the comedian's use of anti-gay and homophobic sentiments in tweets from 2009, 2010 and 2011 after those tweets had been resurfaced on the platform.
One of Hart's first reactions was to publish a Dec. 6 Instagram video in which he wrote, "Stop looking for reasons to be negative.... Stop searching for reasons to be angry" and gave a casual explanation about why he wasn't looking to revisit the tweets.
The same day, he spelled out what he viewed as an ultimatum from the Academy. "So, I just got a call from the Academy. And that call basically said, 'Kevin, apologize for your tweets of old or we're going to have to move on and find another host.' Talking about the tweets from 2009 and 2010," Hart said in a follow-up video.
Hart added, "I chose to pass, I passed on the apology. The reason why I passed is because I've addressed this several times. This is not the first time this has come up, I've addressed it. I've spoken on it."
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