Kevin Hart is known to make the world laugh, however, his all-new Netflix documentary explores a much deeper and darker side of his life, which has been fraught with accidents and setbacks over the past year, including l car accident that nearly killed him as well as his Oscar controversy.
According to a report by Entertainment Tonight, Kevin’s new documentary series, Kevin Hart: Don’t F * ck This Up, explores the dark side of Kevin’s essays and tribulations.
In the summary of the juggernaut in streaming from the six-part production, they claim that the series highlights what made Kevin the man he is today, including his businesses, his personal relationships and his challenges. .
Kevin Hart: Don’t F * ck This Up was released on Friday, and he explored the 2017 scandal when the star broke out by cheating on his wife, Eniko Parrish, who was pregnant with her baby at the time. According to Parrish, while wiping tears from her eyes, she discovered it through a direct message.
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Eniko said she didn’t know who sent it, but she opened her phone and discovered an edited video of Kevin and another woman. She was 7 to 8 months pregnant. Eating his breakfast, Eniko looked at his phone in horror and immediately started to panic.
Eniko claims to have said to her husband, “How could you let this happen?” Even though the incident was humiliating for her and for Kevin, she worried about their child together and said that it was the only one thing that really would keep her cool throughout the controversy.
As previously reported, Kevin’s cheating scandal was a big controversy that year. Kevin went to his social media after the fact to admit his actions, saying that a man was blackmailing him with the video.
It was widely accepted that Mr. Hart admitted his alleged failure to essentially disarm the video, that way he did not have to pay the money for which he was extorted. The woman on the tape later filed a complaint against Mr. Hart, stating that she had been filmed without his consent.