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Kevin Hart Safe After Scare at Logan Airport in Boston

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    Kevin Hart Reacts to Scare at Logan

    When comedian Kevin Hart flew into Boston, his private plane blew two tires at Logan International Airport.

    (Published Thursday, May 3, 2018)

    Actor and comedian Kevin Hart was flying into Boston when he had a scare at Logan International Airport on Thursday.

    Hart's private plane blew two tires while it was landing.

    No one on the plane was injured.

    "Your boy got angels on his back. I got real life angels on my back," Hart said in a video posted to SnapChat. "I'm protected. I truly believe it. I always have, but when things like this happen, it's confirmation. Confirmation. God is good, so is life."

    He also posted a photo on Instagram showing himself and comics Na'im Lynn and Spank Horton and stylist John Burgandee squatting with hands clasped in prayer. He wrote, "God is good with a capital G."

    Hart flew into town to watch his hometown Philadelphia 76ers take on the Celtics in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Boston came back from being down 22 points to win the game.

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