Nick Cannon Exposes Hollywood's Hypocrisy on Kevin Hart
The Academy Awards are still seeking a squeaky clean, anti-Trump funny person who's never made a "problematic" remark. Good luck to them on that. Meanwhile, peeps' "what the hell" moment regarding the Kevin Hart controversy is ongoing.
Nick Cannon thinks Tinseltown is full of hypocritical jagweeds and he's not afraid to say it:
Following the controversy that led to comedian Kevin Hart stepping down as the host of the Oscars, his friend Nick Cannon, made a move on social media to point out the hypocrisy behind his critics.
As previously reported, Hart stepped down as host of the show after critics surfaced homophobic tweets from 2010 and 2011. The star released a video explaining that he’d addressed the issues and didn’t feel the need to apologize for them again, despite what the Academy was asking.
On Friday, the 38-year-old “Wild ‘N Out” host took to Twitter where he posted tweets from comedians Amy Schumer, Chelsea Handler and Sarah Silverman that he deemed to also be homophobic and asked where the backlash was for them.
Here's the tweets:
Interesting🤔 I wonder if there was any backlash here... https://t.co/0TlNvgYeIj— Nick Cannon (@Nick Cannon) 1544240047.0
And I fucking love Wreck it Ralph!!! 🤦🏾♂️ https://t.co/6cHA1EQEkg— Nick Cannon (@Nick Cannon) 1544240190.0
🤔 I’m just saying... should we keep going??? https://t.co/1kESA82WqR— Nick Cannon (@Nick Cannon) 1544240250.0
Naturally, politically correct douchenuggets who were bothered by Nick's remarks tried calling his pointing out hypocrisy hypocritical. Nick wasn't playing that:
Nope!! You know I’ve been saying fucked up shit since twitter started! I don’t play that politically correct bullsh… https://t.co/5ZBd8e2MuD— Nick Cannon (@Nick Cannon) 1544242820.0
Finally, a celeb who gives zero craps about towing the politically correct line. It's always amusing when Hollywood lefties try playing the morality police. The slightest infraction is grounds for public crucifixion. Yet, when you look in their social media past, you find the exact same slurs. Also copious amounts of "humor" in favor of kiddie diddling.
Try as hard as you can, you're never gonna find somebody who hasn't made a risqué remark in the past. Traditionally, pushing the envelope of good taste is something a comedian does. Then again, that was before jokeless lesbian ranting qualified as comedy. I guess those days are long gone.
While we're on the subject: