While it is true that Kevin Hart’s “Laugh At My Pain” box office premiere at the Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre broke Eddie Murphy’s long standing record, as he (Hart) being the first African American to net over $1.1 million in two-day sales, doesn’t mean comedian and 84th Oscar host, Eddie Murphy is upset. Murphy, along with a lot of A, B, and C listers in the black community, including Snoop Dogg, Arsenio Hall, Gabrielle Union, and the list goes on, were all present at the premiere.
Don’t you just like how the media try pulling out people apart with their articles as if ‘Eddie is losing it’ and try to get Hart to speak arrogantly about his accomplishment. However, thank you both Eddie and Kevin for indirectly proving them wrong, and that black people can indeed stick together.
Check out a few pictures of Hart and a host of celebrities at his ‘Laugh At My Pain’ after party, courtesy of Sandra Rose.