The feud began when Epps tweeted: “Man, if Katt Williams wouldn’t have flipped out it would not be no Kevin Hart.” That was soon followed up with updates saying Hart thought he was cute and that he looked like a “drunk pug.” After Epps tweeted that the writers of Real Husbands of Hollywood were gay, Hart broke his silence on the matter, initiating what he called “operation destroy u.”
“I Googled @theRealMikeEpps just now,” Hart responded, “and my computer said ‘Not relevant anymore.’” Following updates saying that Epps was “one bad movie away from doing school plays” and that his career has seen its “last Day-Day” (a reference to Epps’ Friday After Next character), Mike accepted defeat. “I got love for lil @KevinHart4Real,” Epps tweeted. “Got to keep that n**** on his toes though.”
But it’s not all career jokes for Epps. He will be performing for BET Experience on June 28.
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