Kevin Hart opens up about building a friendship and co-parenting with ex-wife Torrei Hart

Kevin Hart and his ex-wife Torrey Hart have come a long way since the days of their tense divorce.

The former couple had been married for just under a decade when their divorce was finalized in 2011. In the past, the standup comedian has used many of his marital experiences and subsequent postdivorce headaches for material on his standup specials.

Kevin Hart (L) and Torrei Hart (L). Photo: Kevinhart4real, Torreihart/Instagram

And for a time, Torrei was outspoken when it came to accusing her ex-husband of stepping on her with his then-girlfriend Eniko Parrish. Parrish and the ‘Ride Along 2’ actor married in 2016 after seven years of dating. While bringing families together hasn’t been without obstacles, Torrei and Kevin have seemingly reached a new place of understanding that has allowed them to productively raise their two children, daughter Heaven and son Hendrix, together.

“You’re getting better. I can give my ex-wife credit for growth. Me too,” Kevin told The Pivot Podcast hosts. “It’s not about us, right? There’s a time when your flight things.” blurred. In the world of parenting, you have to realize that this has nothing to do with the s—t we had, and over the years we’ve gotten better. We’ve become friends, right? We had to learn to be friends again,” he continued.

Elsewhere during the conversation, Kevin credited himself with being a current father to his four children. He and Eniko have two children together, a son named Kenzo Kash and a daughter Kaori Mai.

“I’m a damn good father. I’m not the best dad, but I’m really a good dad,” he said. “I’m there. We’re talking. My kids know what I’m doing. When I leave the little ones, ‘Dad has to go to work.’ You know why Dad works. You know what I’m working towards. You know the importance of work. As a father, especially as a black father, the conversations, the conversations aren’t consistent enough about the good guys. People like to hear about the bad guys, people like to hear from a mother who doesn’t take care of her children, but they don’t like to hear from those who do,” he continued.

While promoting his Netflix film Fatherhood last year, he emphasized the importance of promoting positive images of black fathers in society. The Hart Productions founder said, “I love the opportunity to be a black dad on screen in a positive light. Most of the time they’re on drugs, off, in jail, out of jail. To have some kind of positivity behind it and maybe be a part of changing the stereotype.” Kevin Hart opens up about building a friendship and co-parenting with ex-wife Torrei Hart

James Brien

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