The Night School actor faced widespread criticism in 2018 over past homophobic tweets - which led to him cancelling plans to host the Academy Awards - but Kevin thinks the public need to be more "realistic" in their expectations of entertainers.
"You gotta get to a point where you become more realistic".
Kevin Hart spoke out about Internet cancel culture after surviving a campaign on social media that called for the end of his career.
"What I mean about being realistic is: Nobody's flawless, nobody's going to be", he explained. "But you stumble...it's weird to really hold people at a level that they never asked to be held at". "We're living in a time where we're just expecting ideal, as if people don't slip and fall down the steps, or everybody walks straight all the time", he said.
He added: "If babies came out with all the knowledge, then what's the point of going from age one through 21?"
'Although some things are warranted and I understand, it's just us people have got to be smart enough to go. you know what, whatever has happened, has happened, but people deserve a chance to move on.
Kevin hopes the public eventually learns to become more forgiving of mistakes.
However, referencing his previous troubles he stressed life "isn't over because people say it is".
The Ride Along star, who needed extensive spinal surgery for his injuries when a pal lost control of his classic auto near his home in California a year ago, will soon be welcoming a baby girl, his fourth child, and second with wife Eniko Hart. People love to talk shit ... people love to be negative, but guess what?
"I think for the city of Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love to have individuals like yourself and the team like the one that you have that are doing positive things like that you know, that's as dope as dope can be to me. But we only talk about the negative", Hart continued.