Kevin Hart calls rumors that he cheated on pregnant wife Eniko Parrish 'BS' on social media

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Actor-comedian Kevin Hart during the dedication of a Mural Arts Philadelphia mural honoring him on his birthday near his childhood home in Philadelphia, Thursday, July 6, 2017.

Rumors that comedian Kevin Hart cheated on his pregnant wife, Eniko Parrish, traveled quickly online this week, but the Philly native has one term for all the drama: BS.

Hart, 38, posted a photo of himself to Instagram that depicts the Ride Along star laughing as meme-style text surrounds the image. While he didn’t directly reference the cheating rumors, the post appears to be a reaction to accusations that Hart cheated on his wife after photos surfaced of the comedian sitting in a car with a woman following a Miami Beach nightclub appearance.

“At the end of the day, you just gotta laugh at the BS,” Hart’s image read. The comedian captioned the image “#LiveLoveLaugh ….. SMDH,” an acronym for “shaking my damn head.”

#LiveLoveLaugh …..SMDH

A post shared by Kevin Hart (@kevinhart4real) on Jul 19, 2017 at 5:28pm PDT

Hart and Parrish, 32, married last August in California following a two-year engagement. The couple announced that they would be having their first child, a boy, in the near future. Hart, meanwhile has two children, Heaven and Hendrix, from his previous marriage to ex-wife Torrei.

Hart’s previous marriage ended as a result of his infidelity, with the star telling talk show host Chelsea Handler last year that he was “still all over the place” when he got married for the first time in 2003.

“I’m not ashamed to say it, guys. I got married at the age of 22. I was still all over the place,” Hart said last year. “I didn’t really understand the definition of marriage. I wasn’t ready for it, so I take responsibility. I can say I messed my first marriage up. I’m man enough to say that.”

Parrish this week posted on social media that she is six months pregnant, and wrote that she is feeling “great.”

Hart earlier this month was honored with a mural of his likeness painted on Max’s Steaks in his old stomping grounds of Broad and Erie in North Philly. Councilman David Oh introduced legislation earlier this year to create a “Kevin Hart Day” on July 6, the comedian’s birthday, here in Philadelphia.