Kevin Hart’s ex-wife Torrei Hart recently had an interview with Inside Edition where she spoke about her relationship with the comedian and she was attacked by critics who accused her of using his woes to try to promote her brand.
Torrei has now replied the critics to let them know that she did not grant the interview out of spite. She said she was with Kevin from the get-go when he had nothing but when he became a big name he left her for another woman. Torrei said Kevin did her dirty and treated her like trash. She said she had to see her kids at events with her ex and his mistress yet she took it all silently. She also spoke of how Kevin constantly used her as the butt of his jokes during his standup comedy acts yet no one condemned him for that.
“When I met him, he was selling sneakers. He starts to get fame and I’m feeling, okay, well, a little left behind. We grew apart.”
“I have an ex-husband who has repeatedly used me in his stand-up routine,” she said. “For years, I had to endure that.”
The uproar started when Eniko Hart shared a photo from her wedding, writing that she and Hart had marked 8 years together and one year married. .
“Forever to go!” she wrote. But Kevin and Torrei divorced 8 years ago. Eniko Hart claimed on Instagram that the couple was separated and living in separate homes when she began dating Hart and that she was “never a secret.” .
But Torrei disputed that, telling Inside Edition: “I was like, what ‘never a secret?’ She said we were separated, not living together. That’s a lie. We were very much not separated.” .
When asked whether she thought her ex-husband was capable of cheating again, Torrei Hart looked to her own experience with him as the telling indicator. “I can’t say yes, I can’t say no,” she said. .
“All I can say is if it happened to me, it could happen to anyone.” Now Hart has come under fire for allegedly being unfaithful to Eniko, who is 7 months pregnant.
“But there is only so much a person can take,” Torrei said.
Watch her interview and read what she wrote below.
Source: Linda Ikeji’s blog