Kevin Hart stopped by ABC's Good Morning America to discuss the controversy surrounding his old anti-gay remarks with host Michael Strahan. Hart told Strahan, "I'm done with it. It gets no more energy from me."
Hart said he addressed the issue for "the last time" on his Podcast show "Straight from the Hart" on Saturday. "There's no more conversation about it," he added. "Literally I'm over that. I'm over the moment. I'm about today. So, if it's accepted great, if it's not it's nothing I can control."
He continued: "Some things are left out of your hands. So I'm done with it. I'm over it."
Strahan challenged Hart to explain how he evolved since the controversy erupted.
"I... have... explained how I've evolved, which makes me say I'm over it," Hart laughed.
The Night School star said he wouldn't go into detail about how he has evolved. He said he's apologized several times on Twitter.com, on his radio show and on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
"So it comes to a point where you know that you've given all that you possibly can. And.. if that's - if that's received then great: we've achieved something. If it's not - it's not as... there's nothing I can do."
He continued: "I have an understanding that I've addressed it, and I've said everything that I can possibly say, so I'm over it... You'll not hear me say anything else about it."
Hart confirmed that he is not hosting the Oscar Awards telecast in February.
"I'm not going to host the Oscars this year. Right now, from a time perspective, I don't have the time.
"It's not in God's plan right now."
Hart declined repeated requests from CNN anchorman Don Lemon to appear on his show when they talked by phone and via text over the weekend.
On Friday, Lemon, who is openly ghey, vented his frustration at Hart and DeGeneres, who called Hart's critics in the LGBT community "haters".
Lemon said he asked Hart to be an ally to the LGBT community to help change homophobic attitudes in the Black community.
After speaking with Lemon, Hart said on his radio show that it was not his "life dream" to be an ally for the LGBT community.