In the aftermath of Kevin Hart’s huge scandal that caused him to lose his hosting gig at the Oscars, Kathy Griffin, who is not a stranger to career-ruining actions, had something to say. The female comedian was in attendance at GQ’s Annual Men of the Year party where she chatted with an ET reporter.
That’s when Griffin opened up about fellow funnyman Kevin Hart’s controversial tweets that have just resurfaced.
When asked about the whole thing, Kathy shared with the outlet that ‘I’m not thrilled. I mean, f**k him. You know.’ Yikes, tell us how you really feel, Kathy!
As you know, Hart decided to step down from his hosting job yesterday, after decade-old homophobic tweets of his surfaced.
The man apologized for his offensive words on Twitter, but a lot of users slammed Hart for vids he’d posted just hours prior, in which he seemed remorseless.
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Stop looking for reasons to be negative…Stop searching for reasons to be angry….I swear I wish you guys could see/feel/understand the mental place that I am in. I am truly happy people….there is nothing that you can do to change that…NOTHING. I work hard on a daily basis to spread positivity to all….with that being said. If u want to search my history or past and anger yourselves with what u find that is fine with me. I’m almost 40 years old and I’m in love with the man that I am becoming. You LIVE and YOU LEARN & YOU GROW & YOU MATURE. I live to Love….Please take your negative energy and put it into something constructive. Please….What’s understood should never have to be said. I LOVE EVERYBODY…..ONCE AGAIN EVERYBODY. If you choose to not believe me then that’s on you….Have a beautiful day
In one clip he said: ‘Our world’s becoming beyond crazy. I am not going to let all the craziness frustrate or anger me, especially when I have worked hard to get to the mental space that I am at now. My team calls me, and they go, ‘Oh, my God, Kevin, the world’s upset about a tweet you did years ago.’’
He went on to argue that people are to blame for not believing he’d grown and learned a lot in the last ten years.
He added that ‘If you want to hold people in a position where they always have to justify their past, then do you. I am the wrong guy, man. I am in a great place. A mature place, where all I do is spread positivity. If you are not doing that, you are not on my page.’
About his blame-shifting rant, Griffin also said that it was ‘lame!’