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Wendy Williams slams Kevin Hart for ‘homophobia,’ ‘cheating’ and ‘sketchy’ near-death car crash

TALK show host Wendy Williams is not feeling the love for Kevin Hart's new Netflix docu-series.

The six-part special, Don’t F**k This Up, takes audiences behind the scenes with the 40-year-old comedian.

Kevin also addresses some recent controversial moments in his personal life and career, including cheating on his then pregnant wife, Eniko Parrish, and stepping down as the host of the 2019 Academy Awards.

But Williams said to her audience during yesterday's Hot Topics segment these issues should be left in the past.

She said: "For me, I almost forget about all the crap Kevin Hart has done.

“But he’s bringing it up himself, so you forget about his homophobia and you forget about him cheating on his pregnant wife.”

She went on: “To me, this is the worst idea, for him to be rehashing all this.

"You’re [Kevin] in so many family movies right now. You’ve got Jumanji going on..."

In a trailer for the docu-series his wife Eniko Parrish sobbed reflecting on Kevin's affair with Montia Sabbag.

Eniko says in a clip: "You publicly humiliated me."

"I just kept saying, “How the f*** did you let that happen?"

Since the affair, Kevin has also been fighting to dismiss an emotional distress lawsuit Montia filed against him, after the two appeared in a sex tape together in 2017.

The Sun Online can confirm Montia has re-filed the lawsuit against Hart.

During the Hot Topics segment Wendy also seemed sceptical about Kevin's near-death car accident early this year.

The 55-year-old host said: "You beat death, careening off a cliff, which is still a sketchy situation in my eyes...like what was really good that night?"

Don’t F**k This Up will be released on Netflix on December 27th.