(LOS ANGELES) — (NOTE LANGUAGE) Kevin Hart is getting the last laugh.
The 41-year-old comedian recently came under fire for dressing his newborn in a shirt that bared the name of his latest comedy special, Zero F***s Given. Many were unhappy that the baby’s clothing contained profanity and one even warned that child protective services could be giving him a call as a result.
The Jumanji star seemingly ignored the comments, until Sunday, when he acknowledged the critics in an Instagram post.
Alongside a photo of a headline that read “Kevin Hart Slammed For Dressing Newborn In ‘Profanity-Laced’ Outfit, Fans Suggest Child Services Will Be Calling If He Doesn’t Take The Shirt Off” Hart wrote, “This is the world that we are currently living in.”
“[Stuff] is funny and sad at the same time…. Y’all motha fa’s need to grow up and get a hobby,” he continued. “…Once again I could give “Zero Fs”……Now go watch my special on NETFLIX.”
“Stupidity at the highest level,” he added. “This is why my mindset is what it is in my comedy special.”
Hart welcomed a baby girl, Kaori Mai, with wife Eniko Parrish on September 29. This is the second child for the couple who also share three-year-old son Kenzo Kash. Hart also has two children — 15-year-old daughter Heaven and 13-year-old son Hendrix — from his previous marriage to Torrei Hart.
By Danielle Long
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