Martin as (Sheneneh Jenkins, Big Mama, and Mama Payne)
Jamie Foxx (Wanda)
Eddie Murphy (Nutty professor and Norbit)
Tyler Perry (Madea)
And now Kevin Hart
All of these men at one point in their careers had to bow down and dress in women’s garments as a way to perpetuate the agenda for the elites through comedy and movies. The For all nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication, and the kings of the earth have committed fornication with her, and the merchants of the earth are waxed rich through the abundance of her delicacies Revelation 18:3. This propaganda machine continuously serves society information of the new age movement to accept and conform.
Now, for Mr. Hart I remember seeing a interview years ago from one of his promotional trips for a movie that he was in. A African American Jamaal Finkley reporter asked Kevin, “As a black comedian would you consider wearing a dress like the other great black comedians that have done it?” Kevin Hart looked as if he were searching for answers to the question. However, his answer went a long the lines of that he would not do it, because he is funny without the dress. Later that same year or the next, Saturday Night Live had comedian Kevin Hart as a special guest host. In one of the skits that Mr. Hart did the world seen him come out in women’s garments. Kevin Hart goes on a promotional tour for his stand up film “Let Me Explain” were he did his best to justify the SNL skit of him wearing a dress. Same reporter Jamaal Finkley ask Hart about SNL Quvenzhane Wallis Pope skit. Hart states, “I was one of those comedians that said no I would not wear a dress. When proposed with the opportunity of what I felt was funny I thought it’s funny I’ma do it. Quvenzhane it’s relevant, it’s funny, she’s small. I can do the whole thing it’ll be funny. I think now knowing about the opportunities that, that can be thrown at you it’s all about choice you know. Nobody makes you do anything. Nobody says this is what you got to do, it’s the only way that you gonna do it. nobody made Marin put on a dress in Big Momma’s House. Nobody made Tyler Perry put on the dress as Madea. Nobody made Jamie Foxx put on the dress as Wanda and nobody made Martin do it as Sheneneh. You know it was a choice uh and on Saturday Night Live, you know it was a choice that I made. So I think it’s all about your, your pick of what’s funny to you and what you feel will be funny to others. I will say that’s the knowledge that I now have and understand but being on the outside looking in you always go oh I ain’t gone do it, no way uh-uh, why I gotta do it. I ain’t gone compromise myself, for what I am who I am. But then you at a movie and it calls for a funny scene and hey what if you went in this way. If it’s actually funny then it’s funny. So at the end of the day I think funny is funny and you can’t put rules and regulations on funny, you can’t.”
My brotha you sound like a babbling fool who contradicted himself. I’m sorry but you can’t proclaim that man dressing in drag is funny, when Yahuah (God) call this act an abomination.
The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman’s garment: for all that do so are abomination unto the Lord thy God Deuteronomy 22:5.
No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other Matthew 6:24
Kevin Hart is not exempt from doing what his masters propose for him to do. It’s pretty obvious the Oscars are publicly making a example out of Kevin Hart. Since the beginning of 2019 Hart has made appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres show, The Stephen Colbert show and Good Morning America to do a interview with Michael Strahan. It is clear that Kevin was not just attending these talk shows to promote his new movie “The Upside” which ironically mirrors Kevin’s situation. Don’t believe me just look at The Breakfast Club with DJ Envy, Charlemagne Tha God, and Angela Ye on YouTube at the 7:00 minute mark, Kevin also agrees with this as well. Nor talk about his up and coming projects. The interviews mostly were about the gay tweets from 8-10 years ago and why he is not hosting the Oscars. Kevin gives the same answer over and over again in all of his interviews “I am over it.”
Kevin is given the opportunity to tell his side of the story on Ellen DeGeneres Show it became apparent to me that a agenda was being promoted to the masses. The narrative that was being propagated was Kevin’s image is under attack and somebody is trying to destroy his celebrity. This was being done because of a gay tweet 8-10 years ago that Hart says that he has since then apologized and realized that his comments at the time of his son’s one year old birthday party was very insensitive. Therefore he is educated on the harm that his words has caused and has grown up and moved on. He repeats a few times talking to Ellen that people change over time and why should he have to constantly revisit something that he has already since then acknowledge to be wrong on his part and has taken full responsibility and has apologized numerous times. Where are the tapes of me doing that Kevin states?? Ellen response is rethink this decision, don’t let them win. You should host the Oscars for us because we would all want to see you do it.
Note: (Just more misdirection for the masses. when the Magician waves his hands and say this is where the magic is happening the real trick is happening somewhere else, but let’s move on.)
Stephen Colbert and Kevin Hart sat down to discuss the Oscars. Very similar to the Ellen show, Kevin Hart echoed the same statements. “I am over it. It is an onion, it is an onion. So no matter how many times you keep peeling it, it is just endless. If you keep peeling it, it just doesn’t stop. There is no end to it. Like I apologized. Apologized again. I said I apologized before. I apologized after that apology. It keeps going and every headline is you apologized. He apologized again. He just apologized. I’m done, I did it, I am over it. There is no more I can do. I’ve done it.”
Very foretelling Colbert says, “It’s interesting because I have done this kind of job for about 14 years. I have said a lot of things over the years, that upset various people.”
Kevin interrupts and says, “because you’re human.”
Stephen: “Yeah, yeah and probably not really nice one, but I found that it’s not over until the audience is over it, not when I am over it. So do you have a sense of that the audience is over it.”
Kevin replies: Here’s the difference. You can continue to live to please others, or you can have a position when you know that you’ve literally done what you can do to try to please. At that moment, when you know that you’ve given all to try to please and it’s still not received you have to make a decision to go, I’m done trying to please. That’s where I’m at.”
Source: (https://www.eonline.com written by Elyse Dupre)
Stephen replies: “That’s very difficult for an entertainer because part of a entertainer job is to please.”
The statement that Colbert said holds a lot of validity, because Hart like many of his Hollyweird peers say when receiving a reward in their acceptance speech “To my fan thank you, I am nothing without you.” Kevin Hart has to be careful because he is a celebrity with a strong cult of personality. He has fans that look up to him, both young and old. His fans follow, consume and latch onto his every word. His fans believe his personality that is being portrayed through a camera to be authentic. His fans look at him and believes that he is a man’s man. He a voice for the voiceless. His fans believes that he’s relatable; there is a little bit of Kevin Hart in all of us. His connection is strong with his fans. Everything that Hart does from standup, to movies, to his social media is for public consumption. So going back to Stephen Colbert’s comments, being a entertainer is about pleasing the public, the fans, his audience.
Question….. If you have hurt or let someone down and you are being portrayed in a negative way publicly. Wouldn’t you do everything possible, even if that means repeatedly apologize for something that after a while may come across as a bit disingenuous. While also losing a little bit of dignity, self-respect, integrity, and happiness just to keep your “public image intact?”
What Colbert is alluding to is the price of being a entertainer, celebrity, and famous is that everything said or done is for public consumption. Due to celebrities going trying to go against the grain for how society is set up and ran, they will be publicly made an example out of. So it would be in the celebrities best interest to ask for forgiveness numerous times from the audience until they fall back into favor with the audience.
Question… Just what audience is Stephen Colbert alluding to?
It’s sad that the brotha is now realizing that the world love his own John 15:19.
Then CNN’s Don Lemon put forth the sentiment that confirms this, “Kevin Hart should be an LGBTQ ally.”
I was already aware that this was just more social engineering the masses in accepting the hermaphrodite god (Baphomet-As above, so below the coming together of opposite) of this world and the LGBTQ community as the norm for life. However, after hearing Don Lemon’s comments It was conformation that this has nothing to do with Kevin Hart.
The powers that be don’t care about his image or his celebrity. He like many other celebrities are collateral; they’re puppets on a string. Kin to the Catholic Church rosary beads aka the “thought director.” They are set up as a proxy in society to be this idol of worship that in which the masses should continuously strive to become. Further distracting the masses from acknowledging that celebrities are just as stand in, representing someone or something that operates behind the scenes. Plucking the strings of not just the puppets but all of us. Preparing our yesterdays, todays, and tomorrows. Through the emitting and omitting of information that is being propagated to the masses through the puppets as a social engineering tactic to make us all “Allies” of the “Great Work.”
So, with all of this being said. Should I or you be surprised if Kevin Hart hosted the Oscars February 24th? The answer is, no we shouldn’t.
As for me and my household we will serve the lord.
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