Michael Blackson Vehemently Responds To Kevin Hart’s “Breakfast Club” Interview

It looks like two comedians are poised to create a new batch of jokes and material for their next stand-up special. During Kevin Hart’s Dec. 13 interview with Power 105.1’s “The Breakfast Club,” the silver screen mainstay discussed a myriad of topics from his film trajectory, his children, and that explosive cheating scandal.

Earlier this year, media outlets reported on Hart’s infidelity which spurned a ton of mixed feelings. During that time, Hart and his wife Eniko Parrish were expecting their first child together. The baby boy was born earlier this month named Kenzo Hart.

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While the jokes were nonstop, Hart didn’t see it as a laughing matter when it came to a person he referred to as a friend and colleague. When the Jumanji actor highlighted the reactions to his cheating incident, he pointed out that fellow funnyman Michael Blackson took things too far in the public-sphere.

The father of three compared Blackson to an “Instagram model that just shows her a** and is looking for love.” He then

“Mike, I’m your guy. But now you’re looking for likes because the conversation about Kevin Hart drives attention to you,” Hart said. “So now you put your relationship with me in jeopardy because you want to capitalize off of a Kevin Hart scandal? That becomes your bits?”

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“Call your writers because when I’m done with you u will commit suicide by jumping off the curb you short f**k,” Blackson wrote. “You fooled America too long you corny pitbull looking beech.”

While on that same topic, Hart pointed to other examples of public figures reaching out to him in a friendly manner to showcase their genuine concern. One person that popped up in the conversation was comedian Gary Owen.

“That’s what I appreciate. Be real, call me, talk sh*t to me. That’s us, that’s what we’re supposed to do. That’s your real friend. When sh*t hit the fan, he’s supposed to call you and go, ‘Hey, jacka**, I don’t know what the f**k is going on, but I see your work though.’ That’s a real friend, you don’t ignore sh*t.”

Watch Hart’s previous comments at the 25:40 mark.