Kevin Hart And Jadakiss Wonder "How Many Chains Is Enough?"

In a recent episode of DraftKings' Starting Five podcast, Kevin Hart and Jadakiss were met with a serious dilemma. Discussing the role that fashion has played in the NBA, Hart brought up the concept of rappers wearing way too many chains. He asked, "How many chains is enough?" Going on specify, "What's the number?" Hart continued, "The real question is are people eating while they have this on? Are we swallowing? Like are we digesting food?"

He then went on to say that wearing that many chains is "just a lot of noise." Host of the podcast Jadakiss jumped on, saying, "It sound like he doing the dishes." He added, "[Like] he putting the forks back, [or] putting the spoons back in the drawer." The rest of the podcast saw conversations surrounding Hart's career, culture, and basketball.

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Hart Calls Chains "A Lot Of Noise"

Earlier this month, Hart shared his feelings towards Ice Cube on Logan Paul's Impaulsive podcast. "Cube might be one of the most genuine, kindest spirits that you can be around," he shared. "He wants nothing but good for other people. He loves to see the people around him succeed- he's such a creative mind." Hart continued, "That's all he does. He loves the foundation of creativity and is one of the most professional people I've worked with on set."

Also this month, Method Man appeared on Kevin Hart's own podcast Comedy Gold Minds. Method Man got candid about his mental health, sharing that, "I was my own shadow, meaning I was in my own way." He also said he realized he "could not control the people around me, but I could control myself." The artist said, "One thing that stood out for me, when I was younger - basically being a little dirty kid with nothing, no control over where I lived, what I ate, where I slept. But I had these sports - football and lacrosse - there I had control and I was good at it." Method Man continued, revealing, "I had to look myself in the mirror and say, 'I'm tired of myself. I want better for me, I have more to contribute, and start there.' Self-check, absolutely. If you don't, sooner or later, somebody else is gonna check you."

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