Lawsuits: Kevin Hart Is Suing The Person Responsible For Posting An Offensive Cartoon About Black Women On His Facebook Page

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Kevin Hart has a racially offensive cartoon posted to his Facebook page

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Kevin Hart Has Racially Offensive Cartoon Posted On His Facebook Page

Apparently, unbeknownst to him, someone in funny man Kevin Hart’s camp posted a comic strip cartoon that depicts Black women as racist, angry, bitter, beyotches.

Needless to say, Kev was not amused:

ATTENTION EVERYONE…….I have been getting google alerts all day about a cartoon that’s being credited to me that talks about black woman…I have nothing to do with this cartoon, I am not behind it or involved with it in anyway shape or form!!! THIS CARTOON IS FRAUDULENT…With that being said if the promotion of this CARTOON is not stopped ASAP I will be taking legal actions against all parties that are involved.

I was just made aware that the cartoon was posted on my page yesterday……..it was posted by someone who only had access to my page for the purpose of uploading my calendar events…..That person thought that they were doing me a favor by posting something that THEY thought was funny……..LEGAL ACTION HAS BEEN TAKEN & ONCE AGAIN I HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THAT CARTOON IN ANY WAY SHAPE OR FORM!!!!!! I am now done talking about this subject……LIVE LOVE & LAUGH

Not cool, but Kev says he is pursuing legal action so….THEY GON LEARN TODAY!!

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