Kevin Hart Responds to Accusations of Making Stereotypical Black Movies

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"I'm busting my ass so other actors of color can eventually get the title 'Black Movie Category' removed from the projects that we do," he says.

Kevin Hart isn't here for the those who say he makes "stereotypical" Black films.

The Ride Along 2 funny man didn't back down when a fan asked him on Twitter about the caliber of work he produces.

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"when are black celebs like @KevinHart4real & @MarlonWayans gonna stop doing stereotypical movies?"

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When are black people going to stop being so hard on their own kind...We can't do better until we support each other https://t.co/nPC1MA273t

So @tashyonlaneigh I want u 2 realize that people with ur mindset & level of thinking are the reason why our movies get categorized

In the future @tashyonlaneigh I don't want 2 hear u complain about any of da problems that Black actors r havin Bcuz ur apart of the problem

 

Fifty Shades of Black star Marlon Wayans was also mentioned in the tweet and had a suggestion for those who agreed he too was making stereotypical films.

@tashyonlaneigh when u stop being prejudice. Go see it, then ask the question

 

What are your thoughts on Kevin and Marlon's work? is it too cliché or just right?

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