Kevin Harte hilariously calls out James Corden in rap battle

Kevin Harte hilariously calls out James Corden in rap battle

From wowing the crowd at the Tony Awards to meeting his idols, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, it was no more Mr Nice Guy for James Corden.

It was time for him to get down and dirty with comedian Kevin Harte in another ‘Drop the Mic’ segment - well at least he tried.

Corden had no qualms about getting straight in and picking on the comedians height, “There are no small actors but you’re all small parts.” - before handing him a step stool.

But of course the quick humoured Hart immediately called Corden out for not being Ricky Gervais, “I admit, most people are nice to your face until they get home and realize you’re not Ricky Gervais.”

In which Corden threw in another shot, declaring, “You’ve had quite a career, but real talk, you’ll always be known as the guy who’s not Chris Rock.”

To be honest Corden was never gonna win here, was he?

Note to self: don't mess with Kevin Hart - ever.

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