It was in the month of September this year that Hollywood actor and comedian Kevin Hart had met with a dreadful accident, which caused him a severe back injury. After undergoing a number of surgeries and treatments, Kevin Hart has finally recovered and is back to his normal life. Now, in a conversation on his SiriusXM radio show, Straight From the Hart, the 40-year-old actor opened up on his accident and that his stay in the hospital was the most humbling experience for him.
While at the show, Hart revealed how he had to take the help of a nurse in the hospital, in order to go to the bathroom. "I'm like, 'F**k man,' this is so bad. My wife's in the room. This is just a bad feeling all around," said the Jumanji actor, adding that he got up at 6 am the next day. Elaborating further on his painful experience, he said, "My stomach felt like they lit dynamite and threw it in my f**king stomach and ran. All I could do was call 'Niko...' I said, 'Babe, it's happening!' She said, 'What?' I said, 'Everything!'"
Kevin Hart also shared an experience that had overwhelmed him. The actor stated that how a 40-year-old male nurse named Jose, wiping his butt was the most humbling experience for him. He said, "It was humbling in how it happened. It makes you realize you really are helpless. There was nothing I could do. There was nothing I could do to stop that."
Further, Hart revealed that, while on his way to recovery, he received a lot of support from people and some celebrity sympathy from Oprah Winfrey too. "Oprah sent me flowers that are still alive... it's been two months and some change, them flowers ain't budged. That's a different type of money when you can find flowers that will stay alive,” he added. (ALSO READ - Kevin Hart Posts An Emotional Video After Horrific Car Accident; Says, “I See Life From A New Perspective”)
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