Kevin Hart Reacts To Ex-Wife Touring With Katt Williams

BY JO Mensah January 12, 2024 9:17 AM EDT
Photo Source: Instagram/@kevinhart4real, @torreihart

Kevin Hart is not holding any grudges against his ex-wife, Torrei Hart, or his longtime rival, Katt Williams.

The comedian and actor expressed his support for the duo, who recently announced that they will be touring together.

In a brief interview with TMZ, Hart said he was happy for Torrei and Williams, and wished them success on their tour.

“My success is my success. I want everybody to win, I love everybody,” Hart said. “I want everybody to win, I hope the tour is great.”

Torrei, who was married to Hart from 2003 to 2011, revealed the news of her collaboration with Williams on Instagram.

She posted a photo of herself with Williams, and captioned it, Charlotte #Orlando #Tampa, come see me live with my good friend [Katt Williams] on the Dark Matters Tour,” and teased an announcement of more dates “soon.”

The tour announcement comes after Williams made some harsh comments about Hart during an appearance on the Club Shay Shay podcast, hosted by former NFL star Shannon Sharpe.

Williams accused Hart of being a “puppet” for Hollywood, and claimed that he was not funny or talented. He also said that Hart had no respect for the history of comedy, and that he was only successful because of his connections.

Hart, who has been feuding with Williams for years, did not respond directly to the insults. Instead, he focused on his own projects.

Hart and Torrei have two children together, Heaven and Hendrix. They divorced in 2011, citing irreconcilable differences. Hart remarried in 2016, to model Eniko Parrish, with whom he has two more children, Kenzo and Kaori.

Kevin Hart slams Katt Williams

Earlier, Kevin Hart had taken to Twitter to blast Katt Williams for his controversial utterances

Williams, in an interview on Club Shay Shay, criticized several black comedians, including Cedric The Entertainer, Steve Harvey and Chris Tucker.

But in a series of tweets, Hart accused Williams of being angry, bitter, and jealous of the success of others. He also urged him to focus on his own career and stop blaming Hollywood for his problems.