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Kevin Hart On Cheating Allegations: ‘All I Do Is Laugh’

Kevin Hart responded to cheating rumors the only way he knows how — with humor. (@kevinhart4real/Instagram)

Kevin Hart isn’t sweating those cheating allegations. In true #LiveLoveLaugh fashion, the comedian is taking the high road.

“[I’m] going to be honest with y’all people, I’m at a point where I can’t even be shocked no more. All I do is laugh, man,” Hart said in a Monday, Aug. 21, Instagram Story video hilariously punctuated by “Huhs.” “I had a person tell me what they felt was factual information about me while they were talking to me.”

That “factual information” seems to stem from a online back-and-forth between Hart’s ex-wife, Torrei Hart, and his current wife, Eniko Parrish. Celebrating their one-year anniversary, Parrish wrote on Instagram earlier this month that the pair had been together for eight years. Fans quickly noticed the Harts were divorced in 2011, leading Parrish to defend herself against accusations that she’s a homewrecker.

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After explaining the Harts were separated before she got involved, People magazine reported Parrish blamed Torrei Hart for spreading the cheating rumors.

“Eniko, sweetheart, normally I don’t feed into this, but when you addressed me directly, you forced my hand to respond,” Torrei Hart said according to the publication. “We have made successful strides to become a loving co-parenting family, but you have now left it open for my character to be questioned. You, Kevin, and I know the truth.”

Unlike his ex-wife, Kevin Hart doesn’t seem the least bit bothered by the feud and rumors. The actor signed off by mentioning the personal stories he’s detailed in his New York Times best-selling book, “I Can’t Make This Up,” and in his stand-up specials.

“That’s what I love the most about stand-up comedy, man,” he said. “You got that microphone, you got that stage, you take advantage of it. This next hour will be my best hour yet because moments like this act as nothing but material for your boy.”

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