Kevin Hart emerged last week on his Instagram Live, which he cleverly calls ‘Confessions From The Hart’, with a new look. With his beard and hair speckled with gray, he admits that he stopped dying his hair during the coronavirus pandemic. ‘I’m not gonna lie to y’all, I’m kinda rollin’ with the gray hair,’ he tells fans.
50 Cent, known for his quick social media teases, immediately takes to Twitter to poke a little fun at Kevin Hart’s newly shown gray hair.
All-natural, at-home, no dye, and no makeup is the new trend during social isolation and stars are emerging as their purest selves. Now, the popular #nomakeupchallenge, used to build feminist values, has been added to health and coronavirus relief awareness.
Even the always stunning and fabulous icon, Helen Mirren, posted a makeup-free call to action for donations. “[I]n return for this pic of me literally first thing in the morning, please donate to the intensive care support,” she captioned while providing a link to The Intensive Care Society donation site.
Fans are slowly realizing that stars have a few extra hands in perfecting their looks. Kelly Clarkson even admits that she wasn’t wearing makeup because she doesn’t have her makeup team on stand-by, in her very first post after the shutdown.
Hair dyed or not, our favorite entertainers do a lot more to keep themselves looking fresh than we realize. Hart, who now tags Fabletics Men became the first comedian to be endorsed by a fitness brand when Nike took him on a few years back, posts workouts weekly.
While many male celebrities began to transition to gray hair recently, like Steve Carell and Idris Elba, some decided to do so only after social isolation like Deion Sanders, Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, Kanye West, and Kevin Hart.
Fans seem to be loving the look. Under Hart’s post, one fan commented, “With Grey hair… U still look good!!!” A statement that was supported by 121 additional likes. “Congrats on the new bundle? What a mature, handsome salt & pepper look. All natural always looks best??♥️,” another fan wrote.
At forty-four years old, you would think that 50 Cent would have a little more sympathy for his famous peers, but he was one of the first to make fun with a post that read, “where the f— is the time machine, they got old on quarantine. LOL.”
While the post contained images of Kevin Hart, Diddy, and Deon Sanders, the comedian is the one that ‘took it to heart’ and his clap back became one of the top comments.
“F— off man… I used the product this week,” he wrote. Showing it’s all in good fun 50 Cent responses with heart emojis. Hart’s latest post confirms that he is back to black.
— 50cent (@50cent) April 3, 2020