Kevin Hart is feeling lucky to be alive after one of the tires on his private jet blew during a landing in Boston.
The “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” star shared the frightening experience on social media shortly after the landing.
“God is Good with a capital G,” wrote Hart on Instagram after experiencing a “serious airplane scare,” explaining that the jet’s “tire busted on one side as we were landing and s**t got real for a second.”
In the photo, Hart is pictured with fellow passengers Na’im Lynn, Spank Horton, and John Burgandee as they squat on the tarmac outside the plane, their hands folded in prayer.
God is Good with a capital G…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. No body was harmed…Our pilot handled the situation perfectly. Once again God is GOOD!!!! #Blessed ….P.S you Can tell that spank is still shaken up by the way he is posing 😂😂😂
Hart also shared some video and a photo of the jet’s shredded tire on Snapchat.
People obtained a statement from the Federal Aviation Administration confirming that “a Gulfstream IV aircraft landed at Boston Logan International Airport at 3:29 p.m. and blew a left main gear tire.
“Passengers were deplaned by stairs and the aircraft was towed to the ramp. The runway was closed temporarily to make sure all debris was cleared.”
Thankfully, the 38-year-old comedian was able to shake off the harrowing experience; less than an hour after landing, he shared video of himself on Instagram (which he since deleted) on a treadmill before attending Game 2 of the NBA playoff series between the Philadelphia 76ers and the Boston Celtics.