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Kevin Hart addresses infidelities on 'The Breakfast Club'

The 'Jumanji' star calls it his “dumbest moment.”

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Next week will see the premiere of "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle ", the sequel to the 1995 blockbuster, "Jumanji." The expected hit film stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, funny man Jack Black and Kevin Hart. Hart, who was at the center of cheating scandal earlier this year, was a guest on The Breakfast Club this morning. Drilled on what he considered to be him at his “dumbest moment,” Kevin Hart tackled his infidelities during his candid interview with Angela Yee, DJ Envy and Charlamagne tha God.

On acknowledging he made a “massive mistake” “That was my fuck up, so I rightfully stand in front of my fuck up. Hands in the air. I’m guilty. Me being wrong, I’m going to face the music. I’m going to go home. I’m going to address it. I’m going to make my wife fully aware of the situation I put us in. I’m hoping she has the heart to forgive me and understand that this is not going to be a reoccurring thing and allow me to recover from my fucking massive mistake. That’s what I’m trying to do, not only as a man, with in teaching a lesson to my son. When you do something wrong, stay in front of your wrong shot. Don’t run from it.”

“Your woman is not a rug. You not going to walk over your woman’s back. If you cheat, you gonna get some shit. It’s a cold house. It’s a very cold house for a minute and rightfully so. There’s good days and bad days. Take your humble pie.”

On whether he’ll incorporate the scandal into his stand-up routines “Of course. 100%. I’m an open book. Here’s the thing. I talk about things, because I don’t want people to have the chance to say shit about me that I never said. You not going to fucking have information on me to where I go places and I’m uncomfortable.”

“That’s not a bad conversation. I’m no way am I ever disrespectful or demeaning to her. It’s about me and my dumb moves. I’m never putting her down. She’s knows that. She’s on a pedestal forever. That’s my fucking rib. I don’t care what anybody says.”

On his wife being portrayed as a homewrecker “When people try to put the shit on her like “karma!” and “homeworker!” - that’s the shit that almost got under my skin. I had to breathe, because that title was something put on her by my ex.”

More of Kevin Hart’s hilarious sit down with The Breakfast Club can be viewed above.

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