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Dec 6 - Kevin Hart Steps Down as Oscars Host After Refusing Academy Demand to Apologize


 
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 1 week ago '06        #51
Lil Wayne 383 heat pts383
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fu*k f*ggots. Nothing to apoligize about. fu*k em
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 1 week ago '17        #52
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I wish more people would do this. It seems like at least a couple times a year they randomly pick someone and tell them to say a fake apology for some ish you said 10 years ago or in high school. The more people that say they're not going to do it and it's stupid the quicker they'll quit doing that dumb ish
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 1 week ago '04        #53
nicoled985 22 heat pts22
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I don't find Kevin funny but I respect his decision
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 1 week ago '13        #54
DiegoRivera 20 heat pts20
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There was a lot of "sensitivity" in the Civil Rights era too. I don't take anyone seriously that says this generation is too sensitive or uses terms like "PC Culture." sh*t like that means you lack nuance in your thinking.

Especially if you're Black. Talking about why this group with a history of getting scapegoated, beaten, and murdered, and mocked for existing isn't comfortable with certain words or rhetoric being used that historically dehumanizes them and fuels a culture that discards their lives frivolously as a result.

That said, I AM able to think with nuance and ultimately I see Kevin's point. Especially if he's already publicly apologized. One thing we're gonna need to come to terms with as Americans is we are all trash and most of us have histories you can pull up. Wouldn't be surpised if some of the gay folks speaking out have a history of racism here and there. And as a Black man, I know my community has grown uncomfortably accusomted to people that have histories of sh*tting on us in one way or another climb up ladders, gain prominent voices, and be put in positions of power uncontested.

Anyway, if he already apologized this is a moot point. And we need to tune our backlash more to the idea of how someone conducts themselves in present day and if they are currently aware of the gravity of their past actions. Throwing stones at an already rehabilitated man is just throwing stones and makes it sound like your goal isn't actual change.
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 1 week ago '16        #55
foshoVoodoo 233 heat pts233
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thats why I don't follow kevin wake up early in the morning with tweets of fire but his comedy good.

 1 week ago '15        #56
donnyyy 11 heat pts11
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Remember they went after Kobe for the Colorado thing a couple months ago too

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 1 week ago '05        #57
darquecinnamon 6 heat pts
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fu*k you Kevin, you aren’t funny.

 1 week ago '18        #58
niruggg 24 heat pts24 OP
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 Class of 2017 said
gay mafia claims another victim. Social media outrage era the second worst in modern history.
nah that sh*t backfired like a motherfu*ker kev ain't go for the blackmail
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 1 week ago '18        #59
No Religion 3 heat pts
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This not him apologizing?


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 1 week ago '18        #60
Binary 70 heat pts70
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 1 week ago '18        #61
niruggg 24 heat pts24 OP
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 2Cold said

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It seems like every time a Republican politician starts screaming about the gay agenda, we find out he has a Grindr account or a secret boyfriend.
From small towns to the highest echelons of power, there’ve been a lot of closeted GOP officials caught with their pants down—literally, in some cases. (And that’s not even including the ones who never got caught.)

It’s a good time to look back at right-wing hypocrites on the down low.

Troy King
This former Alabama Attorney General railed against homos3xuality, calling it “the downfall of society” in a 1992 op-ed about a college LGBT group.

So it was a bit embarrassing when, in 2008, it was reported he was caught by his wife in bed with a male aide.

Roy Ashburn
California State Senator Roy Ashburn voted against every piece of LGBT rights legislation that ever crossed his desk. Then, on March 3, 2010, he was pulled over for drunk driving while leaving a popular Sacramento gay club with another man in his car.

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The arrest sparked nationwide speculation about his s3xuality and the hypocrisy of his voting record. Later that same year, Ashburn came out in a radio interview.

Richard Curtis
As a Washington State Representative, Curtis voted against same-s3x domestic partnerships and against an anti-discrimination law protecting gay people.

But he was eventually outed by a male escort who had been blackmailing him and threatening to tell his wife about their trysts.

Ed Schrock
From 2001 to 2005, Schrock served as U.S. Representative for Virginia’s Second Congressional District, and stood 100% against gay rights. He dropped plans for reelection, though, when a tape of him soliciting s3x with men on a gay chat line surfaced.

Mark Foley

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Republican congressman Mark Foley served in the House from 1995 until 2006, and voted for the Defense of Marriage Act. But it came to light he had been s3xting with two male pages, ages 16 and 18—and after they turned legal, reportedly having s3x with them.

Foley denied he “ever had inappropriate s3xual contact with a minor in his life,” but his political career was over.

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He resigned from Congress on September 29, 2006, after a request by Republican leadership. Foley resurfaced as a supporter of Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election.
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 1 week ago '04        #62
nicoled985 22 heat pts22
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 gmacn said
"what do you call two men holding hands............................... f*gs"
If this is what he really said he's just not funny
Edit: he didn't say exactly that but what he said was on the same wavelength of "humor"


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 1 week ago '16        #63
stealthm91 158 heat pts158
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 1 week ago '12        #64
GucciBoy347 39 heat pts39
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sicka all these sensitive a.ss f*gs b
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 1 week ago '18        #65
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 DiegoRivera said
There was a lot of "sensitivity" in the Civil Rights era too. I don't take anyone seriously that says this generation is too sensitive or uses terms like "PC Culture." sh*t like that means you lack nuance in your thinking.

Especially if you're Black. Talking about why this group with a history of getting scapegoated, beaten, and murdered, and mocked for existing isn't comfortable with certain words or rhetoric being used that historically dehumanizes them and fuels a culture that discards their lives frivolously as a result.

That said, I AM able to think with nuance and ultimately I see Kevin's point. Especially if he's already publicly apologized. One thing we're gonna need to come to terms with as Americans is we are all trash and most of us have histories you can pull up. Wouldn't be surpised if some of the gay folks speaking out have a history of racism here and there. And as a Black man, I know my community has grown uncomfortably accusomted to people that have histories of sh*tting on us in one way or another climb up ladders, gain prominent voices, and be put in positions of power uncontested.

Anyway, if he already apologized this is a moot point. And we need to tune our backlash more to the idea of how someone conducts themselves in present day and if they are currently aware of the gravity of their past actions. Throwing stones at an already rehabilitated man is just throwing stones and makes it sound like your goal isn't actual change.
f*ggots in here exposing themselves, always trying to attach their retarded little f*ggot tantrums with the civil rights era

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 1 week ago '04        #66
nicoled985 22 heat pts22
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 niruggg said
It seems like every time a Republican politician starts screaming about the gay agenda, we find out he has a Grindr account or a secret boyfriend.
From small towns to the highest echelons of power, there’ve been a lot of closeted GOP officials caught with their pants down—literally, in some cases. (And that’s not even including the ones who never got caught.)

It’s a good time to look back at right-wing hypocrites on the down low.

Troy King
This former Alabama Attorney General railed against homos3xuality, calling it “the downfall of society” in a 1992 op-ed about a college LGBT group.

So it was a bit embarrassing when, in 2008, it was reported he was caught by his wife in bed with a male aide.

Roy Ashburn
California State Senator Roy Ashburn voted against every piece of LGBT rights legislation that ever crossed his desk. Then, on March 3, 2010, he was pulled over for drunk driving while leaving a popular Sacramento gay club with another man in his car.

[pic - click to view]



The arrest sparked nationwide speculation about his s3xuality and the hypocrisy of his voting record. Later that same year, Ashburn came out in a radio interview.

Richard Curtis
As a Washington State Representative, Curtis voted against same-s3x domestic partnerships and against an anti-discrimination law protecting gay people.

But he was eventually outed by a male escort who had been blackmailing him and threatening to tell his wife about their trysts.

Ed Schrock
From 2001 to 2005, Schrock served as U.S. Representative for Virginia’s Second Congressional District, and stood 100% against gay rights. He dropped plans for reelection, though, when a tape of him soliciting s3x with men on a gay chat line surfaced.

Mark Foley

[pic - click to view]



Republican congressman Mark Foley served in the House from 1995 until 2006, and voted for the Defense of Marriage Act. But it came to light he had been s3xting with two male pages, ages 16 and 18—and after they turned legal, reportedly having s3x with them.

Foley denied he “ever had inappropriate s3xual contact with a minor in his life,” but his political career was over.

[pic - click to view]



He resigned from Congress on September 29, 2006, after a request by Republican leadership. Foley resurfaced as a supporter of Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election.
If you want a documentary about it watch "Out" on HBOGO or HBONOW. Really good doc about the hypocrisy
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 1 week ago '17        #67
Mr Scaramucci 782 heat pts782
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Lol y’all n*ggas pick and choose what you want to get upset over
It it was a white man who had racially charged tweets years ago you’d be jumping up and down with joy that he lost his job
That’s why y’all don’t get respect and don’t get taken serious, you flaky, and only care about yourselves
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 1 week ago '15        #68
thirssty58 6 heat pts
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Should invite Gervais roast the audience all night
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 1 week ago '14        #69
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 Bkjj11 said
Fam couldve kept the gig and said my bad.

Now he saying sorry on his way out the door lmao.

Lmao kevin hart might be slow. He cant hold himself accountable for sh*t. Whether its cheating, the kids party or this. Fam too prideful and dumb. You aint even gotta mean the apology. Just say it f*ggot.
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 1 week ago '06        #70
Lil Wayne 383 heat pts383
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I gotta start just sticking to Wayne & NFL threads.
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 1 week ago '14        #71
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 Mr Scaramucci said
Lol y’all n*ggas pick and choose what you want to get upset over
It it was a white man who had racially charged tweets years ago you’d be jumping up and down with joy that he lost his job
That’s why y’all don’t get respect and don’t get taken serious, you flaky, and only care about yourselves
Stop think gay people problems are the same as black people problems.
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 1 week ago '17        #72
Zazi3 The Beast 100 heat pts100
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Kat Williams told Kart Hart they would come for him but some niccas don’t believe sh*t stinks until they smell it



While 45 has said some atrocious things but you don’t hear him Apologizing so why should you
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 1 week ago '18        #73
niruggg 24 heat pts24 OP
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 Lil Wayne said
fu*k f*ggots. Nothing to apoligize about. fu*k em

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 1 week ago '18        #74
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 DiegoRivera said
There was a lot of "sensitivity" in the Civil Rights era too. I don't take anyone seriously that says this generation is too sensitive or uses terms like "PC Culture." sh*t like that means you lack nuance in your thinking.

Especially if you're Black. Talking about why this group with a history of getting scapegoated, beaten, and murdered, and mocked for existing isn't comfortable with certain words or rhetoric being used that historically dehumanizes them and fuels a culture that discards their lives frivolously as a result.

That said, I AM able to think with nuance and ultimately I see Kevin's point. Especially if he's already publicly apologized. One thing we're gonna need to come to terms with as Americans is we are all trash and most of us have histories you can pull up. Wouldn't be surpised if some of the gay folks speaking out have a history of racism here and there. And as a Black man, I know my community has grown uncomfortably accusomted to people that have histories of sh*tting on us in one way or another climb up ladders, gain prominent voices, and be put in positions of power uncontested.

Anyway, if he already apologized this is a moot point. And we need to tune our backlash more to the idea of how someone conducts themselves in present day and if they are currently aware of the gravity of their past actions. Throwing stones at an already rehabilitated man is just throwing stones and makes it sound like your goal isn't actual change.
You're right. Gays, LGBTQ as a whole are just as racist as anyone else. They'll identify with their race before their gender/s3xuality. Funny thing is, LGBTQ, like "people of color" is a bullsh*t term promotes false unity. Trans women call gays f*gs, gays still call trans women dudes, trans women will sh*t on other trans women for not being as fat along in their transition as others. They don't even like themselves.
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 1 week ago '09        #75
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kevin doesn't want his son to grow up to be a flaming f*ggot like @, and I don't blame him
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