Kevin Hart paid a visit to SiriusXM’s “Bevelations” on Andy Cohen’s “Radio Andy” channel, and had a lot to say during his wide-ranging chat with host Bevy Smith.
Among the topics: Kanye West’s high-profile Sunday Service in Los Angeles, something that the 39-year-old comedian says he has no interest in attending. “It’s not really my cup of tea,” Hart tells Smith in the excerpt above, but says he’s happy that West is enjoying himself.
“I think it’s dope that he’s found something new and exciting,” Hart adds. “I think he’s a creative guy and this is where his creative juices are taking him, so I wish him nothing but success.”
In addition, West reveals the advice he gave fellow comedian and “Night School” co-star Tiffany Haddish about the entertainment industry.
“To see a person get their just due, that’s the best reward,” says Hart of Haddish’s success. “Now, it’s more about her staying focused… and not getting comfortable.”
Later in the interview, Hart describes how his plan to get his kids to appreciate how fortunate they are by bringing them to the modest Philadelphia home where he grew up completely backfired.
Despite his immense success, Hart also opens up about his fears that all his wealth and fame could vanish, admitting that he works as hard as he does because he “will not go bak to where I once was.”
Meanwhile, Hart discusses his upcoming self-help book, which he hopes will help people to “understand that they are their own enemy.”