Hart jet pulled a tire landing in Boston's Logan Airport on Thursday.
He broke the news via Instagram, uploading a picture of himself and his crew safe and sound in front of the jet. I had my first airplane scare on the runway. "No body was harmed..." "God is Good with a capital G..."
Kavin Hart is so thankful to god after he managed to survive a scary landing when the plane he was traveling in landed in Boston.
Upon landing, the plane's tire blew up, sending those on board into an expected panic.
The 38 year old actor took to Instagram to relay a message of thanks on Thursday (May 3rd), applauding emergency services who acted quickly and the pilots who landed the small plane without fuss, despite the drama.
"I have real-life angels on my back", Hart said. I'm protected, I truly believe it.
"I started texting all of my friends, if something happens just know that I love you", he said. Once again God is GOOD!'
Before Game 2 of the Sixers-Celtics series tipped off in Boston, Philadelphia's own Kevin Hart had a close call at the airport.
"Passengers were de-planed by stairs and the aircraft was towed to the ramp", the statement continued. Officials temporarily closed the runway to make sure all the debris from the blown-up tire was cleared.
Hart and company eventually made it to the game, where he was spotted in courtside seats, cheering on his hometown 76ers, drink in hand.