Kevin Hart says his 'penis looks like a thumb' as he's left in wheelchair for foreseeable future
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Kevin Hart has openly shared that his penis now looks like a 'thumb' after he got into an accident that's left him in need of a wheelchair for the foreseeable future.
It's probably not the health update that fans were expecting, but it's the one we were given.
And if you happen to be someone who's spent your life wondering what Hart's d*ck looks like, well, now you know.
The comedian's update came after he explained earlier this week that he'd 'tried to go out there [and] do some young man's stuff' by having a race with NFL star Stevan Ridley to see who was faster.
Needless to say, it didn't go well for Hart.
"Ladies and gentlemen the age 40 is real, to all my men and women out there who are 40 years old and above it's not a game," he said in a video shared on Instagram.
"Respect that age, respect that age or that age will make you respect it. I was just forced to respect it."
The 44-year-old said he 'tore [his] lower abdomen' and his 'adductors', adding: "I can't walk."
He shared his latest video in the early hours of this morning (25 August), describing himself as a 'mess' and asking: "Do you know how long it takes me to get the f*ck out the car?"
"It's bad, it's f*cking bad," he continued.
Demonstrating just how bad it really was, Hart continued: "My d**k looks like a thumb. Everything's swollen. [My] balls are big as hell... Balls look like my fist. Can't move my goddamn legs. All from 'on your marks, get set, go'."
The comedian also revealed that he'd received some not-so-sympathetic calls from friends after he revealed how he got hurt, claiming: "Everybody starts off the same, [saying] 'what the f*ck were you thinking Kev?'"
Hart was quick to defend himself, though, asking viewers about the last time they'd 'run an all-out sprint', giving it 'all you've got'.
In response to the comedian's criticism, Dwayne Johnson commented on the video to say: "I said what I said out of love.”
Hart revealed it would be at least six-to-eight weeks before he's 'back to functioning' after the injuries left from his determination to win the race.
When he is back on his feet, though, he made clear he'd be coming for all of the people who teased him about getting injured in a race.
"'On your marks, get set, go.' It sat me down," he said. "Should've been 'on your marks, get set, no. No. NO!' That's what I should have done."