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Kevin Hart Reaction Images refers to a social media trend of using various photographs of comedian Kevin Hart as reactions and image caption memes. The trend achieved massive virality on Twitter in late February 2023.
While various photographs of Kevin Hart have been used as reactions and source material for memes prior, the practice became a budding trend in January 2023, as users on Twitter started using a photograph of Kevin Hart raising his hands as a reaction. For example, on January 16th, 2023, Twitter user @kwanelemkhize_ used the image as a reaction to their own joke, with the tweet gaining 20 retweets and over 620 likes in one month (shown below).
On February 22nd, 2023, Twitter user @WannaBeReece highlighted a spike in the use of Kevin Hart photographs as reaction images, with the tweet (shown below) gaining over 5,400 retweets and 81,500 likes in one month.
In the same thread from @WannaBeReece, several users made image caption memes using these and other pictures of Kevin Hart. For example, on February 22nd, 2023, Twitter user @NoRollie captioned the "Jarvis" Kevin Hart image, with the tweet gaining over 360 likes in one week (shown below, left). Also that day, Twitter user @clitsuccer captioned the "Thinker" Kevin Hart image with a prostate exam joke. The post garnered over 100 retweets and 1,800 likes in one week (shown below, right).
The meme format achieved a viral presence on Twitter in the following week as more and more users joined in on the trend of using the images as reactions and captioning them. For example, on February 23rd, 2023, Twitter user @ThotPuncher posted a photograph of Hart captioned, "Imagine they casted Kevin Hart as iron man and anytime they went under the mask they had this nigga w the jarvis ui." The post (shown below, left) received over 6,500 retweets and 127,900 likes in one week. On February 27th, Kevin Hart then reacted to the trend, tweeting, "I have no idea what's going on." The tweet accrued over 14,700 retweets and 150,000 likes in four days (shown below, right).
 Twitter – @kwanelemkhize_
 Twitter – @WannaBeReece
 Twitter – @clitsuccer
 Twitter – @ThotPuncher
 Twitter – @KevinHart4real
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