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Twitter Dug Up An Old Interview Of Kevin Hart Talking About Why He Wouldn't Cheat

Twitter is literally the digital version of the Feds.

Kevin Hart is going through it.

The self-proclaimed "comedic rockstar" took to Instagram this weekend to issue a public apology to his pregnant wife and children for what he says was " poor decisions." While Hart was cryptic in his message, it didn't take long for the true meaning to be unearthed. According to TMZ, the 38-year-old is being extorted by a woman who has alleges to have a recording of her and Hart doing "sexually suggestive" things. TMZ reports the footage is not a sex tape.

As many online issued digital sigh and side eyes in the forms of tweets and well-researched Gifs, some took it a step further to dig up an old Breakfast Club interview in which the Jumanji star discusses why he wouldn't cheat. In the clip, Hart explains that because of social media and how easily it is to film someone without their permission or them even knowing he'd be too skeptical to cheat.

"In today's time, it's too risky, and not to say that all women are opportunist and that's not fair and that's not true" Hart said. "There are some women that have given other women a bad name just with the social media and the and the posting of 'in the bed with' 'let me take a picture of' 'look whose house, bathroom sink' So even if I were to there is no safe return from it. I wouldn't be a good cheater right now because I don't feel like I can trust you to cheat. So you wouldn't want to cheat with me because I'd question you like 'what you doing? You taking a picture?' "

While Hart hasn't issued a statement beside his apology, a rep close to the comic said "someone tried to set Kevin up in a failed extortion attempt. As law enforcement is involved, we cannot comment further as it could affect the investigation."

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Charlamagne Tha God Calls Jussie Smollett A Clout Chaser In DOTD Roast

Thursday morning, (Feb. 21) Jussie Smollett turned himself into police after evidence proved the hate crime, in which he alleged to have been beaten by two MAGA hat wearing men as they hurled racial and homophobic slurs at him, was a lie.

After weeks of gaining support from some of entertainment's biggest names, news of Smollett's orchestrated attack disappointed many. The Breakfast Club co-host Charlamagne Tha God took Smollett to task and dubbed the Empire actor "Donkey of The Day" for his lies and deceit despite admitting he had doubts from the beginning.

"I gave him the benefit of the doubt because he's a black man and why wouldn't I believe a black man who tells me he's been the victim of a hate crime? Why wouldn't I believe a gay man who tells me he's the victim of hate crime?" the ShookOne author said.

Throughout the roast, Charlamagne played clips of Jussie speaking from index cards during his Los Angeles show shortly after the alleged attack, and his sit down with Robin Roberts. However, Charlamagne said Jussie dropped clues about his lie during both public appearances.

"We all should've known Jussie Lyon was lying when he went on Good Morning America and was more upset people didn't believe him, rather than him being upset about the crime that allegedly happened to him," he said.

Charlamagne sums up Smollett's actions simply on his desire not just for attention, but to also be a martyr.

"Now I know, the magic question everyone is asking is why? Why would he make something like this up? He wanted to be the gay Tupac. Jussie Lyon wanted to be a martyr," Charlamagne said.

"He wanted to be a symbol of someone who stood up against hate in America. He wanted the same admiration you see Kaepernick getting for taking a knee for black people. He wanted the attention that Meek is getting for standing for the rights of those in prison. Jussie Lyon wanted to be the gay Tupac."

 

 

 

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Charlamagne Tha God Says The Mental Health Stigma Is Due To A Lack Of Information

Charlamagne Tha God is knee-deep in promotion for his second book Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks On Me. The radio host and New York Times bestselling author writes candidly about his own anxiety and PTSD that stems from growing up in Monks Corner, South Carolina and his success as a radio and television personality.

The 40-year-old father of three sat with The Hill Monday (Oct. 29) and said the reason mental health isn't discussed in the black community is because it's viewed as weakness.

"I think that we think there’s something wrong with therapy which is so weird because…you don’t have no problem if you’re out of shape, going to the gym,” he said.

The Black Privilege author also revealed his mother sought therapy, but she didn't tell anyone.

“My mom was going to therapy in 1998 when her and my father got a divorce – I didn’t know that until this year when I started to tell her about me going to therapy and then she’s like ‘you know I went back in 1998 and I’m like ‘you could have told me that 20 years ago…it might’ve helped me to realize that there’s a whole other resource out there,’ Charlamagne said.

However, The Breakfast Club co-host said he understands how difficult it is to seek help.

“It’s hard to get help when you’re still in the middle of the hurt – If you’re still in the hood, if you’re still in these bad situations, it’s hard to see yourself on the outside,” he said.

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Snoop Dogg Says "F**k You" To Kanye West For His Endorsement Of Donald Trump

Snoop Dogg grew rather passionate when discussing his disdain for President Trump and anyone who supports him. The West Coast rap icon stopped by SiriusXM's Hip Hop Nation and toward the end of the interview, didn't hold back when speaking on the climate that's been ushered in by Trump's administration.

"I don't give a f**k. I tell 'em straight up, motherf**ker. If you like that n---a, you motherf**kin’ racist," Snoop said. "F**k you and f**k him. Now what?"

Snoop also threw salt at Kanye West for his early endorsement of the president.

"When you drew the line and start pointing motherf**kers out and singling them out, f**k y’all, then, n---a. You and them. Kanye too. Don't forget about him too. F**k you too," Snoop said. "Throw him in the bag, he right with them motherf**kers."

DJ Sussone's attempt to quell Snoop's growing anger was no match for the 46-year-old Long Beach native.

"He drew the lines. Before him, there were no lines. Everybody was everybody, we respected everything, we didn't trip," he said.

Snoop Dogg has been vocal about his disgust toward Trump and has used his music to express the depths of his frustration with the president. Last year, the Long Beach native released the video for "BadBadNotGood (Lavender)" and was surrounded by controversy after someone dressed as clown bearing a resemblance to the president was shot in the head.

Check out a snippet of the interview below.

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