Kevin Hart survived what could have been a fatal crash after the private jet he was on blew a tire as it was landing at Boston's Logan Airport on Thursday afternoon.
Hart was not laughing when he recalled the scary experience on his Snapchat. The comedian shared a video of himself walking across the tarmac after the incident. Firefighters appeared on the screen accessing the aftermath. Hart said the tire of the Gulfstream IV aircraft blew as soon as they touched down at the airport.
'God Is Good'
Thankfully, no one was injured. In the Snapchat video, the actor expressed his firm belief that angels do exist.
"I got real-life angels on my back ... I'm protected, I truly believe it. But when things like this happen, it's confirmation ... Confirmation God is good and so is life," he said.
WATCH: Scary moments for Kevin Hart after his private plane blows a tire while touching down in Boston. The comedian was emotional when he took to Snapchat after deplaning. No injuries have been reported. #WBZ #Breaking pic.twitter.com/fqrsEcmT0X — Anaridis Rodriguez (@Anaridis) May 3, 2018
Hart later took to his Instagram to relay what happened and once again thanked the angels who protected him and his fellow passengers.
"God is Good with a capital G ...," he wrote. "Had our first serious Airplane scare today. Our planes tire busted on one side as we were landing and shit got real for a second. Nobody was harmed...Our pilot handled the situation perfectly. Once again God is GOOD!!!! #Blessed," Hart captioned a photo of himself with his peers posing under the wing of the jet.
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According to reports, the Ride Along actor was flying to Boston to attend Game 2 of the Celtics-76ers playoff series at TD Garden. He was with his stylist John Burgandee and fellow comedians Na'im Lynn and Spank Horton. Despite the scare, Hart managed to crack a bit of joke into his Instagram post when he pointed at Spank's pose in the photo.
"P.S you Can tell that spank is still shaken up by the way he is posing," he wrote.
A statement from the Federal Aviation Administration revealed that the jet landed at Boston Logan International Airport at 3:29 p.m. and blew its left main gear tire. Hart and the other passengers were deplaned by stairs and the aircraft was towed to the ramp. Officials temporarily closed the runway to make sure all the debris from the blown-up tire was cleared.
Hart was later seen on TV watching the basketball game courtside. The comedian was seen laughing and holding a drink in his hand.