Kevin Hart's Brilliant Response After Drake Ripped Into Him On Instagram

Kevin Hart and Drake are really good mates. It's awesome. But, as you definitely already know, the best of mates often take the piss out of each other. That's what friends do. I mean, there's definitely a limit, but a little bit of piss taking is what makes friendships real.

Drake took to Instagram to very publicly take the piss out of his good mate, Kevin, alongside a picture of the pair at the Billboard Music Awards.

As you can see, he refers to Hart as 'the guy from whatever buddy buddy comedy is coming out this year' followed up with some hashtags that include: #CantNameOneMovie and #ICantExplain.

Kevin Hart then responded in a way that I can't explain. He was... nice?

He wrote: "I would normally take this moment to trash or tease my brother @champagnepapi but today you should be celebrated....Im happy as hell for you man. Continue to put on for our generation. Proud of you & your accomplishments tonight. Keep pushing pimp....P.S you sweated the left side of your sweater out #friendssupportfriends #DopePic [sic]'.

The comments came after Drake managed to beat Adele's previous Billboard Music Awards record with an impressive 13 wins.

Although that's not to say that Kevin has never thrown a little bit of cheekiness in Drake's direction.

In September last year, Hart appeared on his Instagram as his alter ego Chocolate Droppa' where he dissed several rappers - including Drake.

He said: "Ye got cheek implants, look at them cheeks, they ain't real, that n***a got cheek implants, I'm taking shots at all of ya'll!

"Drake's beard ain't real... that's a weave/ Canadian weave.

"Oooooh, you thought I wasn't coming for you, Drake?"

Legends.

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Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay is the Senior Journalist at PRETTY52 but has worked at LADbible Group as part of the LADbible editorial team since 2015. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online.

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