Kevin Hart addressed his sextortion scandal Saturday during a performance in Georgia.
The 38-year-old comedian candidly opened his set at the River Center for the Performing Arts in Columbus by acknowledging his personal life, according to the Media.
We got a lot of s*** to talk about, people,’ Hart told the audience at the venue south of Atlanta.
The comic also thanked his fans for their support amid his current ‘drama’.
Hart later promised his fans that he would improve himself.
I’m going to be a better man,’ he told the crowd.
Hart was secretly recorded last month in a sex tape and last week took to Instagram to publicly apologize to his pregnant wife Eniko Parrish and his two children.

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The Ride Along star in the September 16 social media video said he made ‘a bad error in judgment’ that ‘hurt the people closest’ to him.
The Get Hard actor said he refused to pay unnamed parties who ‘attempted’ to reap a ‘financial gain off of [his] mistakes,’ adding that he’d ‘rather fess up to [his] mistakes.
Hart also wrote in the caption: ‘Sending so many apologies to my wife & kids. I gotta do better and I will. I’m not perfect and have never claimed to be …I love you all.

Montia Sabbag who was recorded with Hart in the sex tape has denied being involved in the extortion attempt.
Actress-model Sabbag said she and Hart were in an ‘intimate relationship’ last month, but denied having anything to do with the alleged extortion attempt last week during a news conference.

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I’m not an extortionist,’ said Sabbag, who was flanked by her attorney Lisa Bloom. ‘I’ve not broken any laws. I had nothing to do with these recordings.
Hart and Parrish last month celebrated their one-year wedding anniversary.
The comedian also has 12-year-old daughter Heaven and nine-year-old son Hendrix with ex-wife Torrei Hart.
Police investigating the seven-figure sextortion case have identified several people connected to the crime and were confident of arresting the culprits.