Kevin Hart reveals he tested positive for coronavirus less than a year after his horrifying car crash
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Kevin Hart said at a recent comedy show that he tested positive for coronavirus.
The comic/actor, 41, put a light-hearted show business spin on the serious topic addressing the audience in Yellow Springs, Ohio at Dave Chappelle’s An Intimate Socially Distanced Affair, a series of outdoor comedy shows, Page Six reported Monday.
‘The problem is that I had it around the same time as Tom Hanks, and I couldn’t say anything because he’s more famous than I am,’ the Philadelphia native said this past weekend. (Hanks and wife Rita Wilson revealed they tested positive for COVID-19 on March 11.)
The latest: Kevin Hart, 41, said he tested positive for coronavirus at a comedy show in Yellow Springs, Ohio, Dave Chappelle’s An Intimate Socially Distanced Affair
Chappelle has plunked down in excess of $100,000 to rapid test those who attend his show for COVID-19, the outlet reported. Other comics on the slate include Questlove, Tobe Nwigwe, Bill Burr, Michelle Wolf and Donnell Rawlings.
Hart is dad to daughter Heaven, 15, and son Hendrix, 12, from his former marriage to Torrei Hart; and son Kenzo Kash, two, with his spouse Eniko Parrish, 35. The couple are expecting a daughter, and celebrated with a bohemian-themed baby shower.
Things are on the upswing for Hart, who survived the virus less than a year after he broke his back in a September 1, 2019 car crash in Malibu Hills, California that he continues to progress back from.
The Ride Along star was a passenger in his own 1970 Plymouth Barracuda when it veered off Mulholland Highway and careened into a ditch in Malibu Hills, California, according to authorities.
Fun time: Hart and wife Eniko Parrish, 35. enjoyed a baby shower
Bumpy time: The multi-talented entertainer embraced his pregnant wife’s baby bump
Proud parents: The expectant couple are parents to son Kenzo Kash, two
The vehicle was being driven by Jared Black, the fiancé of Rebecca Broxterman, Eniko’s personal trainer.
The Jumani: Welcome To The Jungle actor suffered physical injuries in the accident that required him to have three areas of his spine fused together in an emergency surgery, followed by a rigorous rehabilitation program.
As of Monday, on a global level, 811,748 people have died amid 23,566,502 positive diagnoses worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University. The death total for COVID-19 in the U.S. was at 177, 248 people, with 5,739,068 total positive diagnoses.
Things are on the upswing for Hart, who survived the virus less than a year after he broke his back in a September 1, 2019 car crash in Malibu Hills, California