Kevin Hart Slams Haters Who Shaded Him And His Wife For Throwing A 'Cowboys & Indians'-Themed Birthday Party For Their Son
It was Kenzo’s first birthday party, and his parents just wanted to offer the kid the time of his life.
The Shade Room reported that this Wednesday, Kevin responded to the backlash on his Sirius XM show, 'Straight From The Hart.'
The man reportedly said this: 'So she posts this picture, and the next day there’s a lot of flack. I don’t go on that sh*t; I don’t read any of that. She's like, 'Yo, come look at this dumb sh*t. People are complaining about the Cowboys and Indians party, saying it's insensitive.'
Kevin also highlighted that the same day, the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins played each other on TV.
Kevin continued and explained, 'The reason why I’m even bringing this dumb sh*t up is because it shows just how stupid our world is becoming with opinions. People are at a point of an all-time high to throw racial judgment into the development of a one-year-old’s birthday party, where the theme is Cowboys and Indians. It’s based around these outfits that are given to these young kids.'
As expected, people had various opinions about Kevin's response and they made sure to share them on TSR's comments section next to their post.
Someone said 'Dressing up as “Cowboys and Indians” is offensive. What do kids usually portray when dressed like this? Chasing each other pretending to shoot and kill with guns and arrows. Foh Kevin. It was insensitive.'
Another follower pointed out that 'This world cannot be this damn sensitive.... Me & my cousins/siblings legit grew up playing “Cowboys & Indians”'
One person believes that 'If you celebrated Thanksgiving then you really shouldn’t be saying how Kevin and his wife are insensitive to Indian culture.'
A commenter said 'That was such an immature response. That party’s theme is racist to Native Americans. Stop being ignorant. If someone threw a masters and slaves themed party, as one Native American expressed, we would be ready to go after them. Smh. It’s not the kid’s faults. It’s the parents.'
What do you think about Kevin's response?