The Box Office royal Kevin Hart has woken up to find himself at the heart of new controversy after he tweet he published about ladies of the melanated persuasion was unearthed on Twitter.
What he had to say about black women and their credit scores?
#handsdown Light-skinned women usually have better credit than a dark-skinned women…Broke ass dark hoes….lol
— Kevin Hart (@KevinHart4real) February 17, 2010
Hart published the tweet in 2010 (aged 30) and faced little backlash in the days following its publication.
Unfortunately for him, his decision to use Twitter to criticise Starbucks customer who planned to boycott the company over its treatment of African-American patrons this week drew more attention to his account prompting the drama he is now facing.
He is yet to issue a statement.
I will never understand the colorisim within the black community fr ..
— ? Little LuLu✨ (@Lyricaaaa_) April 21, 2018
Nah, he knows and he hates himself so much that his self-hatred manifests the only way he knows.
It’s sad to see this from any of our people.
— Keni (@KeniLF) April 21, 2018
We should’ve gotten Kevin hart the fuck outta here years ago, he’s not funny and if you think he’s funny you’re probably a cornball ass coon just like him.
— ? Miss Ting (@kandycemia) April 21, 2018
Kevin Hart been a coon them old tweets just confirm it even more
— CrookByDaBook (@ProblematicTrey) April 21, 2018
Those dark skin vs. light skin jokes were never funny to me. Kevin Hart must have really been struggling for laughs back then if that’s what he had to resort to for material.
— High Maintenance A Little Bit ❥ (@PleaseImpressMe) April 21, 2018
yall self haters will scream "NAPPY HEADED HOE" when a black woman comes in your bubble but watch a maga hat wearing bitch named Ashley come around and you suddenly got a hard on. foh kevin hart, u aint shit.
— ɥɔʇᴉq 'sllɐq ʎɯ uo ɔɔns// rip Avicii⛅ (@notearstoride) April 21, 2018
I really cannot fathom being black and being a full on coon for white folks. I don’t think I could sleep at night.
— Financial Aid Student Employee at Beyoncé Univ. (@DrTGIF) April 21, 2018
As this tweet was published eight years ago Hart may be unaware that black women, the women he is referring to, now stand as the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States.
Hit this link to learn more about them…and their good credit.