“As fellow aboriginal people, y’all should know why this 'theme' is wrong on so many levels. Sickening,” one person wrote in a comment, while another person told the couple to “learn history.”
“As a person of color you SHOULD know better, than again, I dont see you standing up for nothing but laughs,” a follower commented.
One person said, “Cowboys and Indians? Can you not afford a publicist who would explain the reality [of] such a terrible idea?”
As of this writing, Hart's publicist hasn't released an apology to those who were offended. Hopefully, some of The Rock's testosterone is rubbing off on him, and the actor has the balls not to run groveling to internet trolls who've nothing better to do than search the interwebs for things they find triggering.
I mean, for God's sake. It's a children's birthday party. Get your social justice panties in a bunch somewhere else.
Alas, this is the left: offended you're not offended and will try guilting you into being just as miserable as they are. Resist!