Kevin Hart feels 'blessed' after surviving plane scare

Deanna Kelley
May 5, 2018

The Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle star took to Instagram to share a picture of himself and his crew standing in front of a private jet at Boston Logan International Airport, before revealing to fans that the situation had almost ended very differently.

He composed, "God is good using a capital G". Our pilot handled the situation perfectly.

He and his pals were flying from Philly to Boston to cheer on the 76ers in their National Basketball Association playoff game later in the evening when they terrifying event took place. "Confirmation. God is good, so is life". "I got real life angels on my back...." In a Snapchat video, Hart said the plane "fishtailed like insane".

WATCH: Scary moments for Kevin Hart after his private plane blows a tire while touching down in Boston.

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In a statement , Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said he was happy to resolve what happened "in this productive manner". The men had been waiting for a friend to arrive for a business meeting.

"God, I'm protected. I truly believe it", he continued.

"I started texting all of my friends, if something happens just know that I love you", he said. The comedian was emotional when he took to Snapchat after deplaning. In a statement provided to People, the Federal Aviation Administration confirmed the blown tire and said that the runway was closed while debris was cleared off of it.

Hart and company eventually made it to the game, where he was spotted in courtside seats, cheering on his hometown 76ers, drink in hand.

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