He's finally coming clean! Three months after Kevin Hart was recorded getting cozy with a woman who was not his wife Eniko Parrish, he's opening up about the ordeal. Though he apologized right away, he didn't admit to cheating. He just said that he was sorry for his "bad behavior" and claimed that he was being extorted. Now, he's changing his tune.
When Charlamagne straight-up asked him what went through his head when he "got caught cheating in Vegas," he responded, "The best way to do is just address right on. You gotta f--king just say exactly what it is. That's Kevin Hart in his dumbest moment. That's not the finest hour of my life. With that being said, you make your bed you lay in it. You can't say what were you thinking, because you weren't thinking. You can't say 'Kev, what you thinking when you did it?' That's what a false reality comes in to a f--k-up."
"You don't plan to f--k up," he continued. "You f--k up, and then you go, 'Oh s--t, I f--ked up'...I'm gonna go home, I'm gonna address it, I'm gonna make my wife fully aware of what's going on in the situation that I have now put us in and I'm hoping that she has a heart to where she can forgive me and understand that this is not going to be a reoccurring thing and allow me to recover from my f--king massive mistake. That's what I'm trying to do not only as a man, but within teaching a lesson to my son." Luckily for Kevin, Eniko was willing to accept his apology, and they welcomed their son Kenzo in November.
Kevin went on to explain the shame he felt walking into the baby shower after everyone learned what he did. He also said that while Eniko may have seemed calm, he definitely feared she would leave him. "Listen, my wife is not a rug. That woman is a woman," he said. "She is real. Don't let the smile and the innocent posture- you don't see her talk on social media. Nobody sees here really talk. I know that woman. That woman, when she see red, she see red."
Kevin swears he's never going to do anything to hurt his wife or family again. He insists his priorities have changed. "The real positive in this, I swear to God on my kids, on all of my kids — Heaven, Hendrix, Kenzo — I'm a better man... There are no more shots, there are no more chances. I'm done. I'm done! I don't want that level of fun no more, I don't need it. I'm on some grown man different s—t where if it doesn't involve my family, I'm not interested." Let's hope he keeps his word!