In his new Netflix documentary series Don’t F * ck This Up, Kevin Hart (40) shows himself from a completely different side. The comedian has been followed for a year by a camera crew, resulting in a story with quite a few ups and downs. Among other things, he deals with the commotion that arose after a year-old homophobic tweet popped up from him, which led to the cancellation of his Oscars presentation job. People reports this.
“This is my story, the good, the bad and the bad”
In the trailer of the series, which was released on Monday, Kevin can be seen shortly after the moment when it was announced that he could present the Oscars. In a later excerpt, an interviewer asks him if he regrets his tweet, which led to his resignation. The prankster reacts strongly to this. “Wait a minute, before we go any further, I want to say this. Before people make their verdict and say that Kevin Hart is a jerk and a jerk, I want you to understand that there is a lot more playing that you don’t know about.”
The comedian also responds to the fact that he would have cheated his then pregnant wife Eniko. Eniko can also be seen in a short excerpt, in which she says crying that she has been publicly humiliated by him.
Through Instagram, Kevin said he was an open book: “I believe in transparency, just as I believe that ups and downs are part of life. My goal is always to grow and become the best version of yourself. This is my story, the good, the bad and the bad. Through this documentary I want to share this with my fans. “