Hell Hath No Drama Like a Homophobe Scorned? – Kevin Hart Gets Pity Party Netflix Docuseries!
Y’all, Kevin Hart is all set to continue his pity party media circus with a new Netflix docu mini-series titled Don’t F**k This Up. Releasing this December, apparently, it will chronicle all of the pain (eye roll) he has had to go through after being called out for his homophobic jokes. Sigh! No one can throw a pity party like a cis-straight man with a homophobic past, I guess.
Don’t F** This Up will consist of six episodes. It will cover Hart’s life over the past one and a half years. So, you already know it will showcase the controversy that surrounded the comedian after he stepped down from hosting the 2019 Academy Awards. For those who might not remember, it all began when Hart’s old tweets resurfaced.
And don’t just take my word (assumption?) on it. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the series “will follow Hart through his day-to-day life as he deals with the fallout from his Oscars controversy.”
Right now, the concept behind such a docuseries is coming across as a desperate attempt to try and clean his image with the LGBTQ+ community. I say this because these episodes will have interviews with Hart’s friends and family.
Who wants to bet some of these interviews will feature queer people?
I say this because we all know you can’t be homophobic if you have queer friends, right?
The six episodes will also feature archival footage from Hart’s childhood and early stand-up gigs.
According to Hart, the upcoming series will be “real” and “raw.”
Hart could have simply shared a better apology and moved on. But no. He had to bring it all up again. I mean, I’m not against anyone seeing an opportunity to make some coin, but this ain’t it!
Seeing Ellen DeGeneres trying to stand up for him was torture enough.
There was also the debacle with Lil Nas X.
And now a pity party docuseries because of how the LGBTQ+ community reacted to his awful (so-called) jokes?
He really likes to see the community suffer, doesn’t he?
Don’t F**k This Up, according to sources, will be released on Netflix come December 27, 2019. That means the release will be after the debut of Jumanji: The Next Level.
Just look at this promotional King making smart content release date moves!
Is he doing all of this to try and host the 2020 Oscars?
Maybe, just maybe, we’ll see Hart actually offering a better apology in the docuseries. I wouldn’t hold my breath, though.
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3 thoughts on “Hell Hath No Drama Like a Homophobe Scorned? – Kevin Hart Gets Pity Party Netflix Docuseries!”
Honestly unless this whole thing is like, “Hey this is why I was wrong and how you might be wrong and people don’t have to suddenly be cool with me after that whole pattern of behavior I had going on that I never really atoned for, but here is me telling other dudes in a funny manner how not to do what I did and why they shouldn’t”…. I don’t see the point in even watching.
I feel like it’s going to be every LGBTQ+ friend he has talking about how he’s “not like that, it was just jokes”. Maybe one part where he’s volunteering or donating to an LGBTQ+ kids outreach program or something.
Wait, should we make a Bingo card for this docuseries?
This enrages me.
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