Since the lockdown is imposed in the US, many Hollywood celebrities including Kevin Hart are busy spending their time with the family. Hart is making the most of his time at home with his kids, while he waits to welcome another into the family with wife Eniko Hart. Now, Kevin Hart recently took to his social media to share a post as he was mistaken for Olympic Gold medallist Usain Bolt and reacted to the news in the most fun way possible.
On Instagram, Kevin Hart reacted to a news piece by NBC featuring his picture with an article talking about Olympic Gold medallist Usain Bolt. The news piece informed that the fastest man alive tested positive for Coronavirus recently and that he is self-isolating at his home in Jamaica. As the article was shared with a picture of Kevin Hart instead of Usain Bolt, reacting to it, the actor roasted NBC on social media, in his post.
Kevin Hart shared the picture and mentioned in his caption how he has no comment on the article published. The actor then wondered if he must have gotten really fast or tall overnight and said he wants to take advantage of the moment and race anybody in the world. Moving on, Hart went on to take a dig at the news channel and mentioned to his fans out there that he is not doing comedy anymore, due to his Olympic training schedule. He finally concluded talking about how the news article is disrespectful on many levels and shared that all one can do is laugh about it.
Meanwhile, as Kevin Hart recently shared the news about testing positive for COVID-19, the actor spoke on how maybe the virus he contracted shrunk his legs and torso. According to Page Six, during his set at Dave Chappelle’s An Intimate Socially Distanced Affair comedy show, Kevin Hart revealed that he had tested positive for Coronavirus earlier this year. Also Read: Kevin Hart Lied About The Extent Of His Injuries After His Deadly Car Crash; Reveals His ‘Biggest Cry In Life’
Image source: Instagram/ Kevin Hart
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