Kevin Hart Feels 'Blessed' After Jet's Tire Blows During Landing


"I started texting all of my friends, if something happens just know that I love you", he said.

Hart took to Snapchat after the incident to talk about the terrifying landing. "God is good and so is life".

"God is Good with a capital G", the comedian wrote on an Instagram post showcasing him and his entourage praying near the blown tire.

Kevin Hart is lucky to be alive after a very serious plane emergency!

He and his pals were flying from Philly to Boston to cheer on the 76ers in their National Basketball Association playoff game later in the evening when they terrifying event took place.

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He also posted a photo on Insta-gram revealing comics and himself Na'im Lynn and Spank Horton and stylist John Burgandee squatting with hands clasped in prayer.

He reassured his followers that no one was harmed, thanks to the pilot "handling the situation perfectly". "God is good, so is life". No injuries have been reported.

"Passengers were deplaned by stairs, and the aircraft was towed to the ramp", the statement said. Officials temporarily closed the runway to make sure all the debris from the blown-up tire was cleared.

Morris and the Celtics will look to take a commanding 3-0 series lead on Saturday night when they travel to take on the Sixers at Wells Fargo Center for Game 3.