Philadelphia Honors Kevin Hart For His Birthday

Philadelphia honored comedian Kevin Hart Thursday for his 38th birthday. June 6 was declared “Kevin Hart Day.”

The city made an official resolution that July 6 would be dedicated to the comic as “a simple way to show [Hart] gratitude” for being a “fantastic ambassador for the City of Philadelphia,” Councilman David Oh, who introduced the measure earlier this year, told

Hart was surrounded by friends and family on his special day. The free community event featured musical performances and the unveiling of a mural on the wall of Max’s Steaks, just a block away from where Hart grew up.

Hart took to Twitter to thank the wonderful city of Philadelphia.

Last year, Hart was named the highest-paid comedian earning nearly $90 million from June 2015 to June 2016.


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