Comedian Kevin Hart has 4 kids, a son Kenzo of 3 and a 13-month-old daughter Kaori with his second wife Eniko Hart. He also has a daughter Heaven aged 16 and a son Hendrix aged 14 with his first wife Torrei.
Los Angeles: Comedian Kevin Hart has 4 kids, a son Kenzo of 3 and a 13-month-old daughter Kaori with his second wife Eniko Hart. He also has a daughter Heaven aged 16 and a son Hendrix aged 14 with his first wife Torrei. Now, he has confirmed that he will not be adding more kids and his wife Eniko is totally in favor.
He recently appeared on ‘The Jonathan Ross Show’ and answered many questions, one of which was his family planning further. He was asked if he plans to have any more children and he said a straight NO to it.
He quoted, “No, Jonathan. I’m doing a little thing called throwing my balls in the trash. I don’t want any more kids, I’m done. I and my wife discussed it. I think it’s safe to say that we will not be having any more kids. That’s a promise.”
Kevin also joked he “doesn’t like going home” because his house is so noisy. “Another baby, man. I’ve got a loud household. I’ve got four kids, two dogs. I don’t like going home!” he said.
He also admitted that he doesn’t remember Usher singing at his birthday party in July 2019 because he had left early, and he woke up with a “half-chewed” sandwich on his neck before finishing it off. “It was a big birthday. I had Usher sing at my birthday. He wasn’t supposed to. I don’t even remember it. It happened after I left, I left my party early. I think I left an hour and a half after it started because I couldn’t stand it. I wasted a lot of money,” said Kevin.
He concluded the conversation by saying, “I passed out on the couch in a tuxedo. There is nothing worse than falling asleep in places where you’re not supposed to be. My wife has no patience for my drunk behavior so she leaves me wherever I am. I think I had something to eat as I was coming in but I woke up with a half-chewed sandwich on my neck. I woke up and thought ‘I might as well finish it’.”
first published:Nov. 19, 2021, 5:48 p.m.