8 Ways Kevin Hart Is the New Kanye (Except Done Right)
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Now that Kanye’s finally settling down with his fourth kid, who will take his place? After his latest stint on The Joe Rogan Experience, Kevin Hart is looking like the frontrunner. With unbridled enthusiasm and just the right amount of crazy shinning in his eyes, Hart spoke a mile a minute to Rogan about his plans to become the next king of all trades.
Whether it’s the biggest case of Little-Man Syndrome ever or a sincere manifest of his future pursuits, we hope Hart sticks to his guns and goes full Kanye that would make even Kanye proud. Keep your eyes peeled for these 8 new incarnations of Kevin Hart as he multiplies career paths. He’s already talking in the third person so that’s a good start.
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The next Steve Jobs.
Kevin Hart as tech mogul invents the next big thing, has identity crisis. Do it Kevin!
The next Martha Stewart.
One of the many things that came out of Hart's mouth was something about lotions and oils. Will he take Bed, Bath and Beyond to the next frontier? We think so.
The next Mario Batali.
The man wants to cook. Let the man cook. He can open up a chain of restaurants where the order counter is a foot lower than standard.
The next Warren Buffet.
CEO, investor, stockholder, real estate tycoon, whatever! Kevin's putting one foot in front of the other. It's all good.
The next J.K. Rowling.
He already has a New York Times bestseller. What happens if he gets two? Three? Seven? His YA series about the court jester in a kingdom of dwarfs who discovers he has magical powers and must use laughter to stop a coming war might be just the ticket. We'd read it.
The next Aaron Spelling.
Back in the day, Aaron Spelling was the heavyweight television producer with all the hit shows. Tomorrow, that title goes to K.H.
The next Gwyneth Paltrow.
Elixirs, serums, and other healthy stuff for affluent yogis. Watch out Goop, Kev has got some shit cooking.
The next Tony Robbins.
Bottom line: Mr. Hart just wants to help people. Empower them to do good and be their best selves and whatnot. Remember the time Oprah walked on hot coals? Do your thing Kevin, we salute you.