by Barbara DeFranco
Just because infrequently it’s good to hear certain apparatus in this mad world, we’re pleased to pile-up comedian Kevin Hart has place a bunch of income into the city where he was raised.
I’ll be honest: we haven’t even seen his stand-up. I’ve been definition to DVR it, but I’m all corroborated adult on Top Chef and Peg + Cat (I have a 10-month ancient). we know a LOT of people reckon he is waggish and he is hugely successful. He did have an amusing stage with associate comedian Aziz Ansari in This is The End, but we can’t say we am a fan … yet. I am, but, a huge fan of do-gooders so when Hart announced around Twitter:
My primarily thought was cynical, of course. Ugh. Why announce it? Why not sensitively present a garland of income and let the help itself offer as the self-evident pat on the back? But then we thought: this is 2013. Everyone announces all all the time because of amicable media.
It’s cool, Kev. Thankfulness for vouchsafing us know that you are holding $250,000 of your gain and donating that to the propagandize districts in Philadelphia to help buy new computers. In these epoch of Chris Brown‘s most new arrest, Julianne Hough‘s blackface, and just soooo most stating on luminary disadvantage (we’re guilty of it), it’s just good to review something certain about a luminary once in awhile.