Kevin Hart has backed comic Dave Chappelle and condemned cancel culture while conceding that his style of humor has changed to be more respectful to others. Hart made the remarks in a New York Times interview and on NBC’s The Late Show with David Letterman, which airs tonight at 10 p.m. ET.
When it comes to the LGBTQ community, comedian Kevin Hart told Ellen DeGeneres that comic Dave Chappelle “doesn’t have a cruel bone in his body.” He also stated that his children are aware of equality and fair treatment, which his wife instills in them. It can be seen why people adore him. He described himself as a nice guy.
In different ways, Kevin Hart and Dave Chappelle were also victims of cancel culture. Resurfaced tweets doomed Hart’s chances of hosting the Oscars, and he subsequently apologized for remarks about homosexual men using make-up to avoid unwanted attention. There is an attempt to be amusing if there is a joke. A joke might be either tasteful or offensive. If you’re a fan of a performer, he says, you’re generally okay with whatever’s going on.
“You have the right to support anything you want to do to improve or terminate someone’s life,” Hart added, “but you equally have the right not to support it.” “It’s getting out of hand the amount of energy that’s poured into wanting to alter someone,” he remarked.
Moreover, students at his alma school, Duke Ellington School of the Arts, are protesting comedian Dave Chappelle. After donating thousands of dollars to the institution, students want to name a theatre after him. His detractors have been challenged to generate more money for the school than his supporters. He claims that if they are successful, he will refuse to have his name on the theatre.