Kevin Hart Responds to Backlash for Calling His Daughter a ‘Hoe’

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Kevin Hart and his wife Eniko have just had a new baby – but it isn’t their first.

And now Kevin Hart has finally responded after calling his 15-year-old daughter a hoe.

Keep scrolling to see what he said.

And recently, the Jumanji star welcomed a new baby into the world.

“In the midst of all this we’re counting our blessings and couldn’t be more grateful,” wrote the star.  

“#Harts #FamilyOfSix#Blessed #LiveLoveLaugh” he wrote.  

It was a pretty extravagant affair.

And Eniko was quick to post on Insta.

Due to the current pandemic, guests drove by the outdoor venue to drop off gifts.

Including a huge trailer and tons of bouquets of flowers.

Eniko and Kevin’s son Kenzo Kash, 2½, and Hart’s children Hendrix, 12, and Heaven, 15, were in attendace.

“My ‘drive-by shower Boho theme’ came to life thanks to @bonniewalkerevents …. I gave you the idea and u created a masterpiece.”

And many fans were annoyed by the whole event …











Well now Kevin is facing even more backlash.

Well he called his daughter a ‘hoe’ on his recent Netflix stand-up show, No F**** Given. More specifically, he said:
A week goes by, ‘Dad, I don’t like Rob no more. I like this boy named Tim’. Instantly, in my mind, I said, ‘My daughter a hoe. This is hoe shit. This is hoe shit. Hoe activity right in front of my face.’

After people claimed he was shaming black women, Hart hit back and he really didn’t hold back. He said:
We gotta stop. Stop with the false narrative, it’s a false narrative that’s being created. If you were in the Clubhouse and a part of the conversation, this wasn’t about Black women. It wasn’t about me going against Black — stop! The question was asked about the joke about my daughter and me referencing my daughter having hoe-like activity. I gave an answer to it. Here’s what it is, guys: I’m not calling my daughter a hoe. I’m saying what she did is hoe-like activity.

Hart went on, saying:
I called three former hoes I know and asked them, ‘Is this hoe-like activity?’ We had a conversation about it – a good back and fourth. There was never a ‘Black woman and Black man’ — never. Stop with the false narratives and the clickbait and the back-and-forth. Let me make this clear…..THIS IS NOT AN APOLOGY….this is common sense…..also THIS IS WHY I MADE THIS SPECIAL!!!! This is why….now go stream that bitch!!!!! Let’s goooooo #ItsComedyNotPolitics.