Kevin Hart Responds to Being Made Subject of ‘Funny as Hell’ Memes: ‘I Have No Idea What’s Going on’

Kevin Hart says he has "no idea what's going on" after being relentlessly memed in recent days. The memes in question, he admitted, are "funny as hell."

Kevin Hart is seen at a public event

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Kevin Hart is seen at a public event

If you’ve taken a gander at the trending topics section of the increasingly Muskified Twitter in recent days, you’ve probably wondered about the noticeable uptick in Kevin Hart’s omnipresence. At the very least, you’ve seen the slew of Hart-focused memes that have become a mainstay as of late.

Hart himself is confused by it all, as he made clear to fans in a number of Twitter and Instagram updates shared on Monday.

“I have no idea what’s going on,” he said at one point.

This is so fucking true…I have no idea what’s going on 😂😂😂😂😂😂

Later, Hart shared an assortment of highlights from the memery in question, this time asking for an explanation as to why he was trending in the first place. 

“I got endless memes being sent to my damn phone from a bunch of my dumbass friends. … WTF is going on????” Hart said, adding that he must admit the memes are “funny as hell.”

As for the why of it all, there was no real impetus on Hart’s part. Instead, many have simply latched onto the apparent plethora of images of the comedian and actor striking seemingly somewhat serious poses. Many of these, as evident in the slew of tweets about Hart in recent days, are now enjoying fruitful new lives as versatile reaction memes.

kevin hart reaction memes might be my new favorite thing

me tryna come up with my own kevin hart meme

kevin hart looking to see who started this trend of him

Memes aside, Hart will soon be seen in director F. Gary Gray’s new Netflix film Lift, out this August. While a full-length trailer for the heist comedy hasn’t been released, viewers were given an early look at the production amid the streamer’s 2023 teaser campaign last month.

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