- American comedian Kevin Hart recently released a new Netflix special dubbed Zero F@#ks given
- To promote the show, he dressed his infant daughter in a onesie bearing the same slogan
- His fans seemed to be perturbed by the decision and went ahead to give him an earful
- In response, Kevin advised his critics to grow up and get a hobby
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Kevin Hart has a new show on Netflix that centres around his epic comedy and of course, it is worth a watch.
The programme goes by the name Zero Fu@#ks Given. So basically, you can easily tell that he tells it as it is.
To promote his new hit, the comedic genius dressed his youngest daughter in a black onesie that bore the same slogan.
Very innocent, right? Haha wrong!
Instagram police and chiefs of the department of morality aka netizens spotted the onesie and fumed like a bunch of fire-spitting dragons.
Immediately, the “assistant parents” rushed to Kevin’s comment section to give him a piece of their minds.
They tried to teach the actor how to be a proper parent that does not dress their kids in clothes bearing explicit content and foul words.
To them, it was wrong of the father of four to let his infant daughter Kaori Hart pose in attire that was offensive.
Kevin being Kevin, asked his critics to calm down, grow up and get a hobby.
Or in layman’s language, mind the business that pays them.
Earlier on, YEN.com.gh reported the entertainer's wife Eniko Parrish gave birth to their second child Kaori Mai Hart on Tuesday, September 29.
Through her Instagram account, Eniko announced the arrival of their little angel in a cute post.
"Thankful • grateful • blessed A little bit of heaven sent down to earth. Welcome to the world baby girl. We could not t love you more. Kaori Mai Hart. 9.29.20," she wrote.
The couple who said I do in 2016 has a two-year-old son named Kenzo.
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