Earlier this week we told you about an “interesting” message comedian Kevin Hart had for black women, but recently the Think Like A Man Star says he has nothing but love for sistas and the offensive comic strip has nothing to do with him.

Hart took to Twitter and Facebook to address the comic strip that depicted black women dissing a nerdy looking black man, but hating on him later on when he became successful and chose to a woman woman. The cartoon caused a stir among many because it dabbled in the worst stereotypes about black women.

But Kevin Hart is right, he didn’t create the cartoon. It has been circulating on the web for a few months now (I’ve seen it and dismissed its ridiculousness). However, the comedian apparently posted the comic strip to his Facebook page along with the message FIx yA Face” (but later deleted it), causing many to wonder why a man of his stature would take shots at black women, some of his most ardent supporters. 

Let’s hope this was a terrible lapse in judgment or a misunderstanding, and the next time Kevin Hart, or any other celeb, thinks it’s a good idea to share something offensive, they’ll keep it to themselves.

  • La, California Dreaming (Ocean Blue)

    More than likely this WASN’T a lapse in judgement or misunderstanding. We cannot make excuses for celebrities when they show us who they are really.

  • LadyT

    Liar……it was posted on his facebook account and co-signed by him. Also why don’t he answer why he posted those vile comments about dark skinned sistas. …..” light skin girls have credit, dark skin girls are broke…..hoes or something in that effect.

  • Toppin

    “causing many to wonder why a man of his stature”

    *Blank stare* What stature is that? We’re talking about the same ninja that stared in Soul Plane!

    Someone posted this online from his twitter account….


    Someone needs to forward the above link to him and see what he has to say…..

  • Alexandra

    Even though I never attacked his physical appearance like many others did, he has said something offensive about Black women. Maybe it is ”love”, depending on what side of the color spectrum you fall on….meh…

  • Yb

    ………has nothing to do with the offensive cartoon but everything to do with colorist tweets bashing women who share the same skin tone as his.

    I will never understand how colorist can bash some who share the same skin tone as then, then apply gender to it to make them seem less self hating.

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