Kevin Hart's response to Thursday's criticism about earlier homophobic dweets has fights further against the comedian, two days after being named hosting the forthcoming Academy & Awards.
On Thursday, Hart wrote on Instagram that critics should "give the best to be negative" after facing years of age tweets that used gay slows. In a video that fits, Hart dragged in the bed that was not going to "let the craziness block me."
"I'm almost 40. If you do not believe that people change, grow, evolve? I do not know what to tell you," said Hart, who added, in each cap: "I love everyone."
Hart has eliminated some of the anti-gay tweets, which have been mostly dated 2009-2011. But they were already caught on screen and shared online. In 2011, he wrote in a tweet removed since then: "If my son comes home and try 2 plays with my daughter's doll house, I go 2 cut it over his head and my voice says & # 39; stop being gay. "
Hart's attitudes towards homosexuality were also a well-known part of act of standing. Especially 2010 Very seriously, He said, "One of my biggest fears is that my son grows up and is gay."
"Keep in mind, I'm not homophobic, I do not have anything against gay people; do what you want to do, but I, are heterosexual men, if I can stop my son from being gay, I will," said Hart .
GLAAD, the advocacy group for LGBTQ rights, said on Thursday that he had reached the ABC Oscars, Motion Pictures Academy, Arts and Sciences broadcaster and Hart's managers to "talk about Kevin's anti-LGBTQ rhetoric and record."
Comedy and actor Billy Eichner were among the social media who were disappointed with the Hart response.
This is not good. A simple legitimate apology would show that any understanding or regeneration has been so simple. As I have tweeted a few weeks ago, Hollywood is still having a real problem with gay men. On the face it may not look like this. Under it, it's much more complicated. https://t.co/A64LsOjVc2
The film academy announced on Tuesday that Hart would be holding her ceremony in February. Representatives for the academy and for ABC did not respond to Thursday messages.
This is not the first time that the Oscars station was forced to answer for anti-gay comments. Further to the 2012 Academy Awards, Brett Ratner's producer, who had owned the host Eddie Murphy, resigned days after using a gingerbread when filming movies. Murphy soon after leaving, too.