Kevin Hart and the Twitterverse have been going through an apparent whirlwind, circa 2009. According to Associated Press (AP), just days after being elected the 2019 Oscar's host, Hart has decided to step down after some controversial, homophobic tweets were discovered, dating between 2009 to 2011. According to New York Times, Hart's tweets were released the same time as his standup comedies. After enduring the backlash regarding his past LGBTQ comments, the famous comedian took to Twitter offering an apology. However, I know you're curious.

'What did Kevin Hart say?' you might ask

If anyone knows Kevin's tour from that time period, his tweet comments were from part of his skit. For instance, New York Times reports that Benjamin Lee, an editor with The Guardian, captured some of Hart's tweets via screenshots and shared them on his Twitter page — deeming them "unfunny, disrespectful, and inappropriate jokes about the community." The New York Times states one of Kevin's old tweets read:

"Yo if my son comes home & try’s 2 play with my daughters doll house I’m going 2 break it over his head & say n my voice 'stop that’s gay' [sic]."

That's similar to his act from "Seriously Funny," a Kevin Hart tour.

Transparently, Benjamin Lee does not follow Kevin Hart's material. You don't find it coincidental that this specific standup was from 2010, around the same time as the tweets? For years, one of his goals has been to, one day, host the Academy Awards. Now, over-sensitivity is going to rob him of his hard work? Mind you, Kevin isn't even the same person he was nearly a decade ago.

But, you won't know that if you don't follow his career.

If you're someone just looking for a bite on a hot topic — not caring if you tarnish an entire career on something that apparently hasn't offended the LGBTQ community until it was brandished in its face like, "You should be appalled!" — shouldn't you find better use of your time, than orientation baiting?

Kevin Hart's LGBT apology

It'd gotten so bad for Kevin that the Academy of Motions Pictures Arts and Sciences issued Hart an ultimatum, according to Associated Press. Without more apologies from Kevin, the organization reportedly mentioned, "we're going to have to move on and find another host." Keep in mind, via Kevin Hart's tweets, he'd already been apologizing all day, attempting to rectify the situation.

"I'm sorry that I hurt people...I am evolving and want to continue to do so. My goal is to bring people together not tear us apart," Hart tweets. "I sincerely apologize to the LGBTQ community for my insensitive words from my past."

But, you want him to continue apologizing? That's utterly ridiculous.

And obviously, AP reports, Hart possibly thought so as well because he chose to step down rather than continue repeatedly addressing the situation. Via Twitter, Hart stepped down as 2019's Oscar's host.

Now, you don't find it possible that someone would hate on Kevin Hart's opportunity? Tuesday, via CNN, the comedian told the source that hosting the Oscars had been a dream of his, that it'd be the "opportunity of a lifetime." Then, on Wednesday, the very next day, Benjamin goes searching for incriminating tweets from Kevin Hart and has to go back as far as 2009 to find them?

In the world of Twitter, that's like going back to the 1950's. Even in Kevin Hart's interview with Rolling Stone (2015), he said point-blank:

"I wouldn’t tell that joke today, because when I said it, the times weren’t as sensitive as they are now. I think we love to make big deals out of things that aren’t necessarily big deals, because we can. These things become public spectacles. So why set yourself up for failure?"

It's utterly ridiculous, I say again, that Kevin Hart's Oscar's opportunity was snatched from him due to this country's over-sensitivity these days. Good lord, is it ever ridiculous, America.