Kevin Hart just got a major last laugh at anyone who criticized him for a gay joke he told years ago - back in 2011, that people got mad about NOW and basically forced him out of hosting the Oscars. Hart found out that he's the second highest paid comedian, taking spot #2 right under Jerry Seinfeld who somehow ranked #1. To be honest, I know people who make much less and are certainly more funny, but they're a bit too offensive for the snowflakes in 2018.
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Here is the top ten highest paid comedians this year, with Seinfeld hogging that top spot for years!!
10. Sebastian Maniscalco Earnings: $15 million
9. Jeff Dunham Earnings: $16.5 million
8. Jim Gaffigan Earnings: $17.5 million
7. Terry Fator Earnings: $18 million
6. Gabriel Iglesias Earnings: $20.5 million
5. Ricky Gervais Earnings: $25 million
4. Chris Rock Earnings: $30 million
3. Dave Chappelle Earnings: $35 million
2. Kevin Hart Earnings: $57 million
1. Jerry Seinfeld Earnings: $57.5 million
This great news for Kevin Hart comes after a tirade of fake outrage from people digging up tweets from years ago and acting like they are mad about it now. If the tweet wasn't funny or controversial years ago, then it still isn't, and people are just looking for ways to be victims. This generation is more focused on getting social media 'likes' and being victims of just about everything. It's probably the most pathetic generation we will ever see in a million years. The "I get offended by everything, even stuff from years ago" generation is exactly what pushed more people to vote for Donald Trump.
The Oscars awards are trash anyway, because it's nothing but a bunch of rich and entitled people patting each other on the back for taking our money to watch them in movies. If anything, the fans should win an award for seeing the most number of movies every year and making the Hollywood celebrities so rich that they think we care about their political opinion.
Does anyone even remember that funny gay joke that Kevin Hart said years ago? It was something about finding his son playing with girl toys and taking them away, because that would be gay if a boy was playing with dolls or something? Yeah, I don't remember it either because either it wasn't that funny and it wasn't a big deal several years ago. Low and behold it's 2018 and people are digging up old tweets to use against people. So I dug up Kevin Hart's old tweet. I thought it was funny, but several years later other people did not. They are called crybabies and snowflakes.
His tweet said, "Yo if my son comes home & try’s 2 play with my daughters doll house I’m going 2 break it over his head & say n my voice ‘stop that’s gay."
What's wrong with that? Hart isn't actually going to break anything over his kid's head. He might say something is gay, but is that a problem? No, he's just describing the behavior of a boy playing with girl's toys being kinda gay, and it really is kinda gay, so he's not wrong. This joke wasn't a big deal in 2011 and it's not now. Anyone who says it is deserves a little hat shaped like a snowflake.
Daily Wire chimed in, stating that Kevin Hart had pointed out how "stupid" all of this was, and he is correct.
"Hart is certainly no friend to political correctness and has even taken his own share of heat from social justice warriors for not living according to their preferred script. After hosting a "Cowboys and Indians"-themed birthday party for his son recently, SJWs denounced him as insensitive; Hart said the outrage showed "just how stupid our world is becoming."
"The reason why I’m even bringing this dumb s**t up is because it shows just how stupid our world is becoming with opinions," Hart said on SiriusXM. "People are at a point of an all-time high, to throw racial judgment into the development of a 1-year-old’s birthday party where the theme is Cowboys and Indians, and it’s based around the outfits that are given to these young kids."