There is no doubt that Kevin Hart had a rather difficult year, beginning with the Oscar prize controversy and ending with a brutal car accident that almost killed him.
Page Six states that the star recently released a long statement on its social networks in which it declared: "2019 has been a full year for me," and nobody denies it.
Earlier this week, Kevin placed a hand and footprint at the Chinese Theater in Los Angeles. While accepting the honor, Mr. Hart stated that he appreciates the ups and downs, but especially the low ones because they tend to develop a lot of character. As Kevin fans know, the 40-year-old star suffered serious back injuries in September.
In addition, as noted above, Kevin left his position as host at the 2019 Academy Awards after media journalists discovered old tweets in which he made homophobic jokes in 2009. In his IG account, Mr Hart declared that his appreciation for life is the best he has been.
Some of Kevin's friends and co-stars were also there for the ceremony, including Dwayne "The Rock,quot; Johnson, Karen Gillan, in addition to Will Ferrell. Ferrell, 52, said in his speech that he "loved Kevin very much,quot; and referred to him as one of the funniest people but also one of the "good guys,quot; in Hollywood.
Mr. Ferrell said Kevin was a "great family boy,quot;, as well as a "great friend." Will described Kevin as the type of person who would have another's back in a difficult time, and it was that kind of behavior that made him a star.
As previously reported, Kevin Hart, Jared Black and Rebecca Broxterman had a car accident earlier this year. It resulted in serious injuries to almost everyone involved, with the exception of Black's fiancee, Rebecca, who escaped relatively unharmed.
Black and Hart, however, suffered serious back injuries and even filed a lawsuit against the company that renewed Kevin's 1970 Barracuda Plymouth, accusing them of not installing adequate security mechanisms.