Kevin Hart Speaks Out About Cancel Culture: 'Nobody's Going to Be Perfect'

Brunilde Fioravanti
Mag 23, 2020

Hart stepped down from the gig and didn't formally apologize at the time saying that he addressed those tweets many times before. "So this is a big moment for me too", Hart said.

The 40-year-old Jumanji actor, who was forced to step down from hosting the 2019 Oscars due to a string of unearthed tweets, spoke about what it's like to be publicly shamed in a chat for O, The Oprah Magazine's Instagram Live.

'But you's weird to really hold people at a level that they never asked to be held at'. What I mean about being realistic is: Nobody's ideal, nobody's going to be. "We're living in a time where we're just expecting flawless, as if people don't slip and fall down the steps, or everybody walks straight all the time", he said.

Speaking to, he explained: 'If babies came out with all the knowledge, then what's the point of going from age one through 21?

Hart, who has been promoting his new audiobook The Decision, thinks people need to be able to "grow" without being held "accountable" for "childish behaviour" when they're younger.

Having reflected on his behavior over the past few years, Hart said he believes people need second chances.

Kevin hopes the public eventually learns to become more forgiving of mistakes. "Although some things are warranted and I understand, it's just us as people have got to be smart enough to know what, whatever has happened, has happened, but people deserve a chance to move on".

'It's like people determine when your end button is pushed, but that's not how it works. People love to talk s-...people love to be negative, but guess what?

"I think for the city of Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love to have individuals like yourself and the team like the one that you have that are doing positive things like that you know, that's as dope as dope can be to me. But we only talk about the negative".

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