Kevin Hart Ends Up in Wheelchair After Friendly Foot Race
|Kevin Hart Ends Up in Wheelchair After Friendly Foot Race|
Kevin Hart, comedian and actor, took to social media last month sharing a picture of himself in a wheelchair. The 44-year-old actor challenged former NFL running back, Stevan Ridley, in a friendly foot race and lost in a big way. With a torn lower abdomen and tears in the hip abductors, Hart reveals that he will be confined to his wheelchair for six to eight weeks. Hart has been named one of the richest comedians with a reported net worth of $450 million.
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