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Kevin Hart: Comedian Set To Leave Hospital


After going through a terrifying car crash earlier this month comedian, Kevin Hart is reportedly all set to leave the hospital

According to a reliable source, the comedian and actor could leave the Los Angeles hospital where he’s spent the last nine days as early as today (Sept. 10).

The site adds that Hart will be out of the hospital where he underwent spinal surgery no later than end of day on Sept. 11.

Hart according to another source will take part in one to two weeks of inpatient physical therapy before he returns to living at home.

Prior to his upcoming and intensive stint in rehab, he’s allegedly already taking brief walks and has shown the ability to climb stairs.

Sources continue to share that the comedian is remarkably upbeat, echoing reports from Hart’s wife.

“He’s super eager to get out,” said a source who also shared that the Jumanji star was in good spirits.

The latest news solidifies stories from other celebs, who have noted Hart is taking his scary ordeal quite well. Tiffany Haddish recently told Entertainment Tonight that Hart is “doing fine.”

“As far as I know, from the last I heard, he’s fine,” she said.”He’s already walking. He’s good.”

Haddish added that she’s got jokes queued up for the actor when he gets back on his feet to pay him back for jokes he made after Haddish tore her meniscus.

“I might walk with a limp, but call me a pimp. And now I’m gonna make fun of you. When you get back, moving good, Kevin, I’m coming for you,” she said. “I’m coming for your back.”

Source: Complex



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