Academy Awards Removes Blacks over Gay Backlash

Academy Awards Removes Blacks over Gay Backlash

Yesterday, Kevin Hart was announced as the host of this years Oscars. Today, he has been asked to step down, because some Internet Trolls dug through his tweets and found some homophobic remarks from 8 years ago.

If you recall, some people weren’t too happy with Kevin Hart after he announced he will be hosting the Academy Awards next year. So, the Academy Awards Removes Blacks over Gay Backlash. Read on…

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The Academy Awards who has been underfire for several years for lack of diversity. Now they’re looking a bit racist once again after the removal of Kevin Hart, thanks to the LGBT community.

If you’ve been keeping up with the drama surrounding Kevin Hart, then you already know he’s been dealing with backlash. After he announced that he will be hosting the Oscars Kevin Hart’s social media was flooded with praise and congratulations.

Academy Awards Removes Blacks over Gay Backlash

Just 24hrs later reports that someone felt the need to troll his tweets all the way back to 2010 to dig up dirt and re-expose that he had made a homophobic tweet.

Following the backlash and Academy Awards attempt to tear down Kevin Hart for a remark said over 8 years ago is ridiculous. He apologized for this in 2015, but the LBGT community loves to hold on to things. Trust me, one thing about gay people is most hold grudges and NEVER let anything go, like Kevin’s tweets from 2010.

BuzzFeed writer Adam B. Vary points out that Kevin Hart had multiple homophobic tweets back in 2009, 2010, and 2011:

Just anouther example on how the Academy Awards Removes Blacks!

Kevin Hart was said to have made some derogatory comments about the LGBT community.

It wasn’t towards everyone, but these days everyone is taking the #MeToo movement and using it to speak out against anything deemed insensitive.

Here a few tweets from his past that are haunting him today:

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In 2015, Kevin Hart apologized for his ill mannered ways and ignorance during a Rolling Stone interview.

Kevin told Rolling Stone:

It’s about my fear. I’m thinking about what I did as a dad, did I do something wrong, and if I did, what was it? Not that I’m not gonna love my son or think about him any differently.

He added at the time:

I’d never apologize for what was never intended to be disrespectful — I’d never allow the public to win for something I know wasn’t malicious. I think people take things so serious — you send out a tweet, and I’m not apologizing for that.

Adam B. Vary also pointed out his apology seen here:

Academy Awards Finds Way To Remove Blacks

After all the hate, and backlash regarding Kevin Hart hosting the Oscar’s, he has decided to remove himself and step down.

His call comes after the Academy Awards asks him to apologize for tweets from 2009, 2010, and 2011. The problem is that Kevin shouldn’t have to because he already has apologized. Not only that, the Academy Awards should have backed him and provided proof he had apologized. Instead, they played the fence and decided to ask him to leave in fear of an LGBT backlash for the upcoming award show.

Kevin released two videos on Instagram today while touring in Australia saying that he has stepped down from hosting the award show.

Kevin released a video statement the he is NOT going to feed Internet Trolls who dug up his past only to kill his career.

Kevin has also tweeted:

Academy Awards Removes Blacks over Gay Backlash

That is an apology right there, but it appears that the Academy Awards were NOT satisfied, so Kevin has removed himself from the award show.

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