The hottest man in the Hollywood, Kevin Hart, is working very hard at taking over the world. If he isn’t planning his next stand-up comedy concert, he’s booking his next movie role or writing on various projects. From a logistical stand point, Hart’s plotting world domination.
And what he has planned for his next big trick just may surprise and delight everyone from internet junkies and YouTube fanatics alike.
Check out Hart’s big plan for a new addictive website and find out how he blew a whopping $225,000.
In the May 2014 issue of GQ, Hart revealed he’s building a new one-of-a-kind website, dubbed ThatShit.com, for his fans. The “Real Husbands of Hollywood” star explains he’s aiming to create a game-changing platform in the next three years that’s very “black Funny or Die” like. He also wants to make it a one-stop shop for buying concert tickets, games, apps and music. Hart hints that it could be the place where Chocolate Drop, his rap alter ego, debuts his very first video, “Bitch, That Car Is Mine.”
As for his work ethic, Hart’s certainly taking a page from his late mother, whom he says parented with a heavy hand and encouraged him to do much. “I got the stern end of the stick,” said Hart. “It was kind of that iron fist. I am who I am today because of my mother.” On the other hand, when he thinks of his career goals he’s modeling his future after moguls Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Tyler Perry and Sean Puffy Combs to name a few.
And like those titans who came before him, he’s made some mistakes along the way. Perhaps none more interesting than blowing $225,000 he earned in a development deal with ABC. “I don’t know where the hell it went,” said Hart. “It’s all in throwback jerseys and bomber jackets. That’s why I have so much respect for money now.”
To read Hart’s entire interview on GQ, click here.