Kevin Hart Drops An F-Bomb In Awkward NFL Network Interview

Kevin Hart Drops An F-Bomb In Awkward NFL Network Interview

Kevin Hart Drops An F-Bomb In Awkward NFL Network Interview

"When alcohol is in your system, you do dumb stuff", Hart began in a hilarious Instagram video. "The Eagles won the Super Bowl".

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Actress Lori Loughlin of Full House fame was thrilled to attend her first Super Bowl. Me trying to go on stage with the trophy is definitely in the top two stupidest things I've ever done. Hart wrote this on his Instagram page: "Today was a emotional day.Thru social media I was informed that this attractive young girl name Saniyah Bell had a dream/request of one day meeting me.I was also told that she has DIPG which is a inoperable brain tumor with no survival rate.it's very aggressive and automatically terminal upon diagnosis".

Shortly after the game wrapped, the Little Fockers actor could be seen wrestling with security at the stage entrance, who refused to let him entry. Man did his job.

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Network analyst and Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders jokingly ejected Hart from the set as everyone laughed ― and that was only one of the highlights of Hart's night. The comedian and Philadelphia native tried to storm the stage post-game after having too many drinks, and now he's shared a video on Instagram of how he reached that point.

"To all the kids out there, don't drink", Hart said. So what did Hart do after the Super Bowl?

Angels superstar Mike Trout was also at the game, and it was clear beforehand that his entire family, hailing from the greater Philadelphia area, was very much pro-Eagles.

And Sixers star Joel Embiid, long a darling of social media, partied with Philadelphia fans in the streets, telling the city's Fox 29 outlet that "I'm happy for the whole city of Philadelphia" and "we're up next".

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