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Kevin Hart and his wife, Eniko Parrish, celebrated their son's first birthday over the weekend, but the theme of the Kenzo Hart festivities is not right for some who see it as a cultural appropriation.

Parrish shared photos of his son's birthday party "Cowboys and Indians" on Instagram on Thursday, complete with blankets, cowboy hats and Native American tepees.

"The Zos Cowboys and Indians Party was just amazing! Thanks to everyone for coming … we love you," subtitled an image of guests wrapped in southwestern clothes.

However, users of social networks criticized the comedian's family for being culturally insensitive.

The user @CMeisters tweeted that "culture is not a disguise", adding "shame to you @enikohart and @ KevinHart4real".

"The birthday party of & # 39; Cowboys & Indians & # 39; on & # 39; Thanksgiving & # 39; celebrates genocide, white supremacy, and slavery." These are the things that u @ KevinHart4real and @enikohart represent and are you teaching your child? " User @solomamihood added. "Would it be okay to throw a birthday party for Master and slave?"

@ latinanative666 called the subject "offensive" and "simply rude".

The Hart have not yet responded to the controversy. USA TODAY approached the comedian's representatives to comment.

Hart and Parrish He welcomed Kenzo in November 2017, the first child of the couple together. Hart also has his son Hendrix, 11, and his daughter Heaven, 13, since his marriage to actress Torrei Hart.

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