Kevin Hart Once Again Apologizes To The LGBTQ Community Amid Oscars Controversy!

Street artist takes aim at the Oscars' Kevin Hart debacle

Street artist takes aim at the Oscars' Kevin Hart debacle

"And then I say as a heterosexual male, if I can do something to stop my son ... that's where the joke starts!" he said, explaining the 2010 joke.

The program also included Lemon saying Hart is not a victim in this situation, but he had words for the LGBT community as well.

Kevin continued to speak about the scandal on his SiriusXM show Straight From the Hart on Monday, taking the opportunity to apologize again. "I want everybody to know I'm done with it", Hart told Michael Strahan.

"There's no more conversation about it ..." I'm literally over that. "I'm over that, I'm over the moment". "And I'm about today". "... I'm now aware of how these words make them feel, and why they say, 'That shit hurt because of what I've been through'".

During his hit on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Hart notably did not apologize and drew ire from many who noted that he was playing the victim card. I want you to be happy, be gay, be happy.

Kevin Hart made a decision to once again address his anti-gay joke controversy and Oscars host fallout on his SiriusXM radio show Monday, making it clear that he's super sorry for saying things that hurt members of the LGBTQ community.

But CNN's Don Lemon offered an emotional and thoughtful rebuttal to Hart's indifferent and indignant reaction, calling the plight of gay and black children a matter of "life and death", asking Hart to become an ally to a group of young Americans who live in danger due to cultural homophobia and backlash.

Hart, pressured by the academy to formally apologize, initially offered a non-apology.

Hart and Cranston tried to be as authentic to the characters as they could, the actor said, adding that the film really dives into perceptions, considering the two men come from two very different backgrounds. "I'm going to be me; I'm going to stand my ground". "I'm glad he apologized". He adds that when the words were said, they weren't said to people rather than a form of Twitter when Twitter didn't exist.

"The fight is the will and want for equality".

His latest comments come days after Ellen DeGeneres tried, during a sit-down interview on her talk show, to convince him to reconsider hosting the major award ceremony.

Lemon said Hart declined to appear on his show. She also revealed that she had contacted the academy to see if it would give him another chance.

"Once again, Keivn Hart apologizes for his remarks that hurt members of the LGBTQ community", he said. I shouldn't have to prove who I am, I shouldn't have to prove the levels of love that I am capable of giving. "It's all they ever wanted him to do, and he's doing it in spades". "You can't let them destroy you and they can't destroy you because you have too much talent". I want you to be happy, be gay, be happy.

The actor said he has given all he can thus far and "said everything I can possibly say".

It's unclear whether the academy has someone in mind to replace Hart for the Oscars or whether the show, slated for February 24, will be broadcast without a host for the first time in 30 years.

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