Kevin Hart drops F-bomb during drunken Super Bowl TV appearance
Kevin Hart may have had a little too much fun at Super Bowl LII on Sunday night.
The Philadelphia native was at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis cheering on his beloved Eagles with wife Eniko Parrish, and the couple definitely enjoyed themselves during the big game. But after his team beat the New England Patriots, Hart took his celebration to the next level.
The actor made a late-night appearance on the NFL Network after the Eagles' victory on the "NFL GameDay Prime" post-game show.
"We're very lucky to have this guy a part of this team," Hart said while slurring his words. "I've been drinking. I'm on cloud nine. I started the celebration already!"
Watch the moment below:
When host Deion Sanders butted in to try to escort Hart off stage, the actor semi-jokingly freaked out.
"Get off of me! I'm not drunk! Get off of me! I'm having a good time!" he proclaimed.
"You know what? Philadelphia is a great city," Hart said when asked how he plans on celebrating the big victory. "I hope this is an example of what we can do. We give a f-ck..."
Hart immediately realized that he had cursed on live television, so he dropped his mic, covered his mouth and escorted himself off of the stage.
After leaving the stadium, Hart took to Instagram to post a semi-apology for his drunken behavior when he tried to rush the Super Bowl stage while the Philadelphia Eagles received the Lombardi Trophy.
"To all the kids out there, I just want to say, 'Don't drink.' When alcohol's in your system, you do dumb stuff," he said. "Me tryna go on stage with the trophy is definitely in the top two stupidest things I've ever done, but who cares? The Eagles won the Super Bowl! Yeah, I'm still a little bit tipsy, but the world can kiss my a--!"
Watch his apology below:
He went on to recount being told to leave the stage after the game.
"My wife was the first one to say, 'Babe, don't go up there!' I told my wife, 'Honey, chill out! I gotta be up there with my city!' It didn't work out good," he said.
Kevin Hart and Eniko Parrish weren't the only celebrities at the Super Bowl, of course. Check out the gallery below for all of the celebs that were in the crowd at Super Bowl LII:
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