The Philadelphia Eagles sent some get-well wishes to one of their most famous fans, comedian Kevin Hart.
All day on Sunday and Monday, Kevin Hart made us all remember something. Life is precious. We, sometimes forget that it can be taken at any time. Perhaps we don’t use the ‘Eagles Everywhere’ hashtag enough. The Philadelphia Eagles created the phrase as a way of bringing fans together.
On gamedays, everyone can log in to their social media accounts and throw up a few pictures showcasing what they’re eating or wearing, where what they’re doing, and most importantly, where they’ll be watching the game.
Maybe we should take some time to think about it in another vein. Eagles fans genuinely are everywhere.
They can be found in elementary schools. They can be found overseas. Did you see that crowd in London? They can be found in unappreciated but important occupations. The Eagles fan base also consists of some of the most gifted people in their respective fields.
There’s Kobe Bryant and Pink. There’s Mike Trout, Carli Lloyd, and Will Smith just to name a few. There’s also Kevin Hart. Who can forget his Super Bowl LII prediction, one that said the Eagles would beat the New England Patriots by 77 points or his many social media posts while Philly captured their first Lombardi trophy?
Hart loves the Eagles and his hometown of Philadelphia. He even shot his concert film ‘Kevin Hart: What Now?’ at Lincoln Financial Field.
The news came early Sunday morning about Hart’s car accident, one where he, driver Jared Black, and Rebecca Broxterman suffered injuries after crashing Hart’s 1970 Plymouth Barracuda in Calabasas, California.
It appears Broxterman’s injuries were minor. Hart and Black both suffered injury, but the best news is everyone will be okay. The Eagles and many of the team’s fans (and Hart’s) have offered get-well wishes for the better part of two days. It just goes to show one thing.
It’s amazing that the love of a team can bring so many different races and so many types of people together who normally probably wouldn’t have said anything to each other. Hart has given all of us a reason to smile. Hopefully, the love he’s seen by the Eagles, their fans, and everyone else will make him smile too. Eagles truly are everywhere. Get well soon Mr Hart. We hope to see you back on the stage soon.