Kevin Hart Responds to Dave Chappelle’s Jokes, Kills ‘Coming to America’ Sequel Rumors
If you've had a chance to see the first of Dave Chappelle's two comedy specials on Netflix, then you probably remember what he said about Kevin Hart.
At some point during his routine, the Ohio funny man said he took his son to meet Hart backstage and suddenly realized how successful he was. It was right after the Think Like a Man actor gave Dave's son a jersey with the letter "K" on it.
"Your father ever makes you mad, put that on," Chappelle recalled Kevin saying.
"Oh, that was some cold sh--," Chappelle laughed during his stand-up. "Then I realized, looked up, what Kevin made on Google. I couldn't believe that sh--. Kevin is the first comedian that a Drake song could be about. Kevin could walk around his house and sing 'All Me,' and the whole song would still be true."
What was Hart's response? He basically said there wasn't any drama over the joke, because it looked like people were trying to start a beef between the two comedians.
"That's fine with me, pimp," he wrote. "The real ones don't compete, because we know that there is money and success out here for all of us."
He also quickly shut down the rumors that a Coming to America sequel is happening after fake flyers began circulating featuring him, Arsenio Hall and Eddie Murphy with a simple, yet effective, "No."
You can see what the Philly comedian had to say below.