• Nick Cannon Defends Kevin Hart By Posting Old Homophobic Tweets from Female Comedians

    1 day ago - By Celebrity Babies

    In an attempt to defend Kevin Hart , who stepped down from hosting the Academy Awards following a backlash over his past homophobic comments , Nick Cannon has resurfaced old tweets from Amy Schumer , Sarah Silverman and Chelsea Handler that he says also used homophobic language.
    “Interesting,” Cannon, 38, tweeted on Friday evening alongside an old tweet of Handler's from 2010. “I wonder if there was any backlash here...”
    In the message, she wrote, “This is what a f- bird likes like when he flexes,” including a photo that is no longer available.
    Cannon went on to share a 2012 tweet from...
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  • Nick Cannon Calls Out Amy Schumer and Other Female Comics Over Homophobic Tweets

    Nick Cannon Calls Out Amy Schumer and Other Female Comics Over Homophobic Tweets

    1 day ago - By E! Online

    Curious about why Kevin Hart was so criticized for his past anti-gay tweets, fellow comic Nick Cannon is calling out Amy Schumer, Sarah Silverman and Chelsea Handler over past homophobic tweets...
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  • Kevin Hart Once Admitted Homophobic Remarks Can 'Throw You Under the Bus': We're 'Too Sensitive'

    Kevin Hart Once Admitted Homophobic Remarks Can 'Throw You Under the Bus': We're 'Too Sensitive'

    2 days ago - By Celebrity Babies

    In a recently unearthed clip reportedly from 2014, Kevin Hart addressed his past homophobic comments - and shared that he would no longer make similar remarks because of the terrible impact they could have on a career.
    TMZ reports an outtake from a 2014 interview on Conversations with Ed Gordon includes the comedian and actor saying that he felt like people had become “too sensitive” these days. He went on to say that “homosexuality right now is in a place where it's not a joke.”
    Without going into specifics, Hart acknowledged that “the words and terms that were used at a certain point in...
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