American actor and comedian, Kevin Hart will not cease to amaze fans and critics alike.
In the new issue of Rolling Stone Magazine, the super-crazy 36-year-old is seen wearing a black-brief and a fur-coat. With glasses on, rings on his finger and a big sneakers, Hart looks all shades of funny.
Inside the feature, Kevin Hart talks about his works of charity, his struggles as a comedian, dumping school for comedy and getting support from his mum.
Here are five notable quotes from Hart’s Rollingstone interview:
Speaking about criticisms:
“I don’t give a shit about critical consensus! They poll people after my movies, and I get A’s. When I get an F, I’ll take criticism.”
On plans to become the world’s most hilarious mogul:
“At this point, I’m competing against Kevin Hart.”
On his struggles:
“I’ve performed at Atlantic City strip clubs, family dinners, functions — all the shots to my pride have been taken.”
On choosing comedy over school:
“I went to community college for, like, a week and a half, but then I fell in love with the whole comedy thing, and I told my mom, ‘This is what I’m going to do, I really have a passion for this,’ ”
On his mum helping him out with his rent initially:
“She said, ‘I’ll help you out for a year.’ She was putting the rent checks in my Bible, and there was a point where I was back on my rent for, like, two months and I was like, ‘Mom, I need the checks.’ And she was like, ‘Have you been reading your Bible?’ I would just keep lying: ‘Yes, Mom, it’s not about that right now.’ She said, ‘When you read your Bible, I’ll know.’ ”
Here are the photos from the issue: