AceShowbiz - Kevin Hart isn't here to live another day answering questions about what has happened in the past. The 40-year-old stand-up comedian/actor is clearly fed up being asked the same questions about his recent car crash and made it be known when a paparazzo recently made the same inquiries about the accident.
Met by TMZ after his appearance at the 2019 People's Choice Awards, the "Ride Along" star was asked how it felt to return in front of the audience. "It feels good to be alive," he said, adding, "Not just [about] the audience. You've got to think the bigger thing. Every time you guys see me it's the same question so it's gone be the same answer."
As he's entering his car, the paparazzo then asked him if he's going to change the safety in his car from now on, which Kevin still didn't sit well with. "You guys asking the wrong questions You focus on the wrong thing," he scolded the paparazzi. "Focus on life, brother. Focus on the good things. Focus on living to see another day - ask those questions. Live, love and laugh," he signed off, before driving off in his fancy ride.
Kevin won an award for Comedy Act of 2019, which was presented by Robert Downey Jr., at the PCAs on Sunday, November 10. He was present to collect the trophy himself and got a standing ovation as he walked on the stage.
"First and foremost, thank God because I definitely don't have to be here," he opened his speech. Referencing his car crash, he said, "Being that I am, it makes me appreciate life even more. It makes me appreciate the things that really matter. Family. I want to thank my wife and kids, who really stepped up to the plate for me."
The "Jumanji: The Next Level" star also thanked his fans for their continuous support, "You have no idea the effect you have on us as entertainers your energy, your support. It means the world and I truly want to thank you guys for being there for me in my difficult time."