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Kevin Hart’s Comedy Special

Share This Post Kevin Hart let his fans know the date of his new comedy special. The announcement came on Monday afternoon, and by Tuesday had racked up nearly 200,000 views on Twitter alone. His new hour is called “Irresponsible” and will be available on Netflix beginning on April 2nd. He hashtagged the date announce #comedicrockstar, usually something you let other people call you, but this is Kevin Hart, the king of hype, so its not that odd. Hart’s stand up specials are always bigger than life. His last three tours were released in theaters– Laugh at My Pain (2011), Let Me Explain (2013), and What Now? (2016). His Irresponsible tour, which led to the current special broke records as he toured it worldwide with 147 dates in the US alone, and at least 25 international dates across three countries. Hart’s stand up is just one part of his full package. Earlier this year, we took a look at the ever expanding empire Hart presides over, and since then more announcements and projects ju..

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Mo’Nique clarifies her comment, kinda

Mo’Nique called Whoopi, ‘the help.’ Queen of Comedy, actress, podcaster and all around good sister Mo’Nique insists there’s no bad-blood with Whoopi Goldberg after scandalous headlines (the intro tells you how we feel about Auntie, and where this post is going). When discussing an 2018 interview on ‘The View,’ Monique says, “Whoopi Goldberg has always [...]

Jackeé Harry Opens Up About The Struggle Of Being A Woman In Comedy On Netflix’s ‘Strong Black Legends’

Tiffany Haddish May Change the Way She’s Protesting Police Brutality After Response from PETA

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) responded to Tiffany Haddish‘s comments about wearing fur. Last week Haddish said that a fan gave her a fur vest at a comedy performance and she’s going to wear it “as much as possible,” despite that it goes against everything PETA stands for. In fact, Haddish said she’d keep wearing fur until police stop killing Black people. Instagram“I don’t know if you know this about me, but I’m about to start protesting,” she said. “I’m going to wear fur every day until they stop killing Black people. When the police stop killing Black people, I’ll stop wearing fur. It’s my new protest. So sorry PETA. Don’t be mad at me, be mad at the police.” “See how that go?” added Haddish. “Because people are important and so are the animals, to keep me warm.” In their response, PETA said they were fans of Haddish’s but want her to rethink her form of protest against the police. But the organization didn’t say they agreed with what she said about the cop..

Jackeé Harry Opens Up About The Struggle Of Being A Woman In Comedy On Netflix’s ‘Strong Black Legends’

A conversation with Luenell: When does Black comedy become hurtful?

When it comes to comedy, subjects that were unacceptable for mainstream America were the norm in small Black clubs. Comedians such as Redd Foxx, Dick Gregory, Richard Pryor and Moms Mabley were popular first in clubs on the “Chitlin’ Circuit” in urban hubs. Subject-matter material in these clubs frequently included jokes about race relations, women… The post A conversation with Luenell: When does Black comedy become hurtful? appeared first on Rolling Out.

Jackeé Harry Opens Up About The Struggle Of Being A Woman In Comedy On Netflix’s ‘Strong Black Legends’

Comedy is Dying. . . . they say

There’s three ways to tackle a complicated subject; Walk away. Yup, just admit inferiority and move on from the conversation.  OR, you can go in-depth with facts, figures, dates and points of reference. OR, you can lean on the words of others, which is our choice for today. We’re taking the easy way out because [...]

Jackeé Harry Opens Up About The Struggle Of Being A Woman In Comedy On Netflix’s ‘Strong Black Legends’