‘Don’t you dare apologize’! Comedian starts firestorm with photos of son’s ‘Cowboys and Indians’ b’day party

Comedian Kevin Hart found himself on the receiving end of plenty of social media arrows after he and his wife, Eniko Parrish, threw a “cowboys and Indians” themed birthday party for their one-year-old son.

The backlash came after several photos were shared on Instagram, featuring their son Kenzo and a few others dressed as cowboys, being well outnumbered by those posing as American Indians.

“Zos cowboys & indians party was nothing but amazing! Thanks to everyone for coming.. we love you guys!” the caption read on one of the photos.

 

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Zos cowboys & indians party was nothing but amazing! Thanks to everyone for coming.. we love you guys! ♥

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As for cowboys, they don’t come any cuter than this!

 

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@kenzos.world ♥

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But in post-Obama America, where political correctness rules the day and cultural appropriation just won’t do, the party was not about to pass muster with the social justice warriors on the left.

One online response stated: “Throwin a ‘Cowboys & Indians’ birthday party on ‘Thanksgiving’ celebrates genocide, white supremacy, & slavery. R those the things u @KevinHart4real & @enikohart represent & are teaching to your child? Would it be ok to throw a Master & slave birthday party? Nope.”

Here’s a few others who took exception to the themed birthday party:

Not that Hart and his wife didn’t have more than their share of support:

https://twitter.com/ddwiese/status/1067158650647539712

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Tom Tillison

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