Friday, September 01, 2017

Mike Epps Drags Kevin Hart?


This week Kevin Hart made a public appeal to his A-List celeb friends to donate to Hurricane Harvey relief [click here if you missed that].

Did Mike Epps just low-key accuse Kevin of using the tragedy for publicity...

Sure sounds like it.



27 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congrats to Mr. Hart for taking the time out to acknowledge this tragic situation. Mike Epps you are just a raggedy ass muthafucka that needs to just stop hating.

Anonymous said...

Where's the lies?

I see no lies told....

Anonymous said...

It's interesting that Kevin only called out certain people he says are his friends. Why not his regular co star Ice Cube or Will Ferrull? Wasn't he recently in a staged photo with Jay-Z like they were the best if friends? He and Nick Cannon are buddies as well.
Kevin called out certain people to make himself look good and is using the tragedy for attention. He even used his fake voice I hate.

Don't know what he's done but alot of people are coming for him lately.

Anonymous said...

I get it...Kevin Heart wants to start a fund raiser for Texas hurricane Harvey victim's and he wants big name celebrities to donate.....................
(But in the small tiny black print in all fund raisers 10% of the proceeds goes to the founder)
Kevin knows this and so does Mike...Shade..shame...shaded...shame...shade...
shame

Tippie Toes said...

I thought the same thing especially when Kevin said donate to the red cross. I haven't been checking for Kevin in awhile so he doesn't phase me.

Anonymous said...

So let me get this straight if you don't drop everything you're doing, fly down to Houston, hop in a boat and rescue people, then you really don't care and you really aren't helping? Sorry Mike but long after those people are rescued they're still going to need food, water, clothes, shelter, and other basic things that cost MONEY so donating DOES help. Now which charity you give to, well that's a different story but atleast he encouraged people to GIVE period. Truth be told no celebrity owes anybody anything. They all could keep quiet and not donate a dime, hell half the people criticizing them haven't even donated a thing and don't plan on it either, yet everybody wanna judge and criticize.

Anonymous said...

Hart is down with you know who. Everything they do is self serving. Epps knows the game

I troll it like I see it said...

Kevin had no business calling anybody out. Who the he'll designated him. He needs to focus on keeping his dick at home with his pregnant wife. And not be in cars at 3: AM with random ass hoes.Most some celebrities give without all the fanfare and attention whoring shenanigans. Ever since his black ass got caught out there, he's been doing the most.

Anonymous said...

Kevin Hart was the very first Celeb that I saw to donate money. Mike Epps should keep quiet. I like ve in Houston. Thank God we didn't get water in House & stayed safe. Not out of the woods yet, still have to watch Bayous, reservoirs. The water is receding to Gulf. Whatever self serving or not Any money is needed. You've never experienced this & you dont care you need help. So thank you to all for help & ptayers

Anonymous said...

@3:50 Kevin Hart was the very first celeb that you saw because he made it public for attention...that doesn't mean that others haven't donated or been helping. Mike doesn't have to keep quiet, he told no lies. Do what you do from the heart, not cause you Kevin Hart and you want to toot your horn. If we calling ppl out, Kevin is worth over $100 million and all he can donate is $25k? He spends more than that on a shopping spree. So lets not act like he's doing something out of extraordinary. He just wants the recognition for it.

Anonymous said...

Hart is just trying to do damage control of his image. Nope not going to work - definitely this was said in poor taste and he needs to take care of his own messy business.

Anonymous said...

I get it...Kevin Heart wants to start a fund raiser for Texas hurricane Harvey victim's and he wants big name celebrities to donate.....................
(But in the small tiny black print in all fund raisers 10% of the proceeds goes to the founder)
Kevin knows this and so does Mike...Shade..shame...shaded...shame...shade...
shame
*************************************************

Only 10% of a charitable nonprofit has to go to the actual cause.

You said 10% goes to the founder.

Anonymous said...

If there is a barrel there will always be crabs snapping. I gave, how much you gave, what you did? If you are going to give and do and go do it from your heart God knows your heart. Receipts do not need to be provided for everything. Anybody could say they gave but who did you give to and who will they allocate and help. How many people donated to Katrina some of those people never saw a dime. Just like when people always talking about they sent money to Africa and most of them don't see a nickel.

Anonymous said...

I think we are just getting sick of Kevin. He's overkill. Like when Akon was on every song.... Weezie featured on every single song. We get tired of seeing and hearing ya after a while. Kevin seems to play the SAME ROLE with that stupid same voice he uses. I am over that hype. I think slowly so is everyone else.

JDent said...

I VOWED NEVER TO DONATE TO THE RED CROSS. THEY GAVE ALL HAITI MONEY TO THE CLINTON FOUNDATION. SANS THEIR FUCKIN CUT.

Anonymous said...

Soooooo - the carefully crafted pictures of Mike in a boat isn't self promotion at all, huh? OK....Pot meet kettle.....

Anonymous said...

@4:50 this is 3:50. I'm well aware that Kevon Hart isn't the only Celeb that has given money. I'm not a fan of any of these celebs but that means ney will help. People have sewage in their houses. A man found an alligator in his house. Game wardens came out to capture. A family of 6 died (4 kids) trying to leave. If any of y'all in that situation wouldn't you want ? Instead of criticizing will u give?

The Red Cross issue has been addressed. They have e too much for overhead & the CEOS make over $500,000. JJ Watt publicly stated that 100% of the $15 million raised so far will go to the survivors.

Houston is doing a great job. They don't want another Katrina. The Dickinson was wiped it off map. Of course most are donating for publicity but that money will help

Anonymous said...

**the Town of Dickinson was wiped off nsp. Galveston was hit too. A Children s hospital in Galveston had to be evacuated

Anonymous said...

Truth be told, HELP is HELP! If you are doing ground work, you helped. If you donated, you helped...even if all you can do for Houston is PRAY, you helped!

This sounds more like a dick slinging contest more than a unified front for the people that are hurting and suffering. Mike sounds butt hurt that Kevin has the career he wish he had (maybe you shouldn't have been so greedy asking for a bigger paycheck on "Survivor's Remorse"...huh - NAW, you got fired!!! You would still have a good gig - be down there helping AND being able to give money, Mike).

Don't dismiss someone else's way of helping whether you like them or not. Point blank - Mike made this about him...

Anonymous said...

The Red Cross situation has not been addressed. Still the same old song. Research local charities in Houston and demand info on how much money actually goes to the victims. Their was enough money given to Haiti to create a small city but only 3 or 4 houses were completed. Do not fall for this nonsense ever again.

Anonymous said...

IF YOU ARE GOING TELL IT, TELL IT ALL.

Did we plan to build more new homes? Yes, plans for three different communities of new homes funded by the American Red Cross were developed, of which two were outside of Port-au-Prince. In all three cases, there were competing claims of land ownership and clear land title couldn’t be established. We also learned that new housing communities built outside Port-au-Prince often remained unoccupied because people strongly preferred to move back into the neighborhood they lived in before the quake - near their jobs, schools and family.

Did we help 132,000 Haitians obtain safe and improved housing? Yes. In the days following the earthquake, the Red Cross provided emergency shelter in the form of 860,000 tarps to people whose homes were damaged or destroyed. Of course, living underneath a tarp or tent is only a short term solution, so the American Red Cross developed plans to provide medium- and long-term housing.
Working with partners such as Habitat for Humanity, Handicap International and others, the American Red Cross provided more than 6,100 transitional homes for nearly 31,000 people and more than 25,000 people received upgraded and progressive shelters.
Prior to the quake, a large percentage of residents in Port-au-Prince rented their homes and camp residents who were renters before the quake asked for secure safe rental housing. With American Red Cross funding, more than 5,400 households, received rental subsidies which enabled them to move out of camps and into homes. Additionally, understanding the need for more safe rental properties, the American Red Cross helped homeowners add rooms to their houses to increase housing stock in the area. These owners provide these new spaces rent free for one year to a family living in a camp. To date, over 54,000 people have benefitted from these repair, rental subsidy and retrofitting programs.
Finally, nearly 22,000 people to date are benefitting from major neighborhood redevelopment and owner-managed construction initiatives including safe construction training, allowing them to repair and expand their own homes and obtain high-demand job skills to help support themselves in the future.

Housing a relatively small number of people in newly constructed homes that unfortunately could not be quickly built given the uncertainty of clear land title was inconsistent with our mission to quickly and effectively alleviate suffering. In response to these challenges, the American Red Cross chose to focus its housing work on alternatives that offered many more people the opportunity to move into safe and improved housing. We stand by that decision.

To learn more about our recovery program in Haiti and to hear from those we have helped and continue to help, please visit our Haiti Assistance Program page.

The Red Cross reports annually how we spend donor dollars on our website and break it down according to sector. We raised $488 million for our work in Haiti and here is how our spent and committed funds have been allocated:
Emergency relief: $66 million
Shelter: $173 million
Health: $73 million
Water and sanitation: $47 million
Livelihoods: $48 million
Disaster preparedness: $56 million
Cholera prevention: $25 million
About the American Red Cross:
The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies about 40 percent of the nation's blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit redcross.org or cruzrojaamericana.org, or visit us on Twitter at @RedCross

Anonymous said...

@3:31 AM ^^^^The link with the rest of the article I posted above. Yes only 6 houses were built. The reason why is clearly layed out. People are suffering. The Red Cross is internationally known, trusted and respected. http://www.redcross.org/news/article/The-Real-Story-of-the-6-Homes-Answering-Questions-about-Haiti

Anonymous said...

wtf?

Anonymous said...

Epps is doing what he accused Hart of. He's using Hart. So Epps STFU.

Ron said...

Don't give to the Red Cross. The CEO's are the ones pocketing the money.

Anonymous said...

How about the United Way, are they a better choice?

Alexandria Goldstein said...

Kevin Hart, gave $25,000 and challenge all his other celebrity friends to do the same, that's all good; any amount of donation I would hope comes from the heart and not to seek attention....if so, shame on whoever it is! IMO, Kevin Hart is not funny...he is too damn silly, I really don't know how he made it to the top so fast! But, hey, I ain't hating....but, make no mistake the dude is no real comedian! Peace.

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