For an upcoming television special for his newest film Barbershop: The Next Cut, Cedric The Entertainer took a seat to discuss the film and the city of Chicago. While sitting with Ice Cube, Regina Hall, Anthony Anderson, and Common; Cedric pointed out the lack of push of black comedians today. He went on to explain how at one point the Wayans, Martin Lawrence, and Bernie Mac all were on film & TV.
“It used to be–it was a time when there was a lot of people famous,” Cedric told Sway Calloway on VH1’s “Behind The Movie: Exploring Chicago with the Cast of Barbershop: The Next Cut,” which airs April 11. “Everybody [had] their own space. Now, it’s Kevin Hart.” But don’t think Cedric was throwing shade at Hart. He’s more irked at the industry. “This ain’t got nothing to do with Kevin Hart. This is about the business,” he said. “He makes money. He makes good movies.”
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