There’s no need to question Kevin Hart or Meek Mill’s allegiance to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Only a die-hard fan of the Philadelphia Eagles would know this, but once upon a time, one of the great comedic minds of our time donned some Dallas Cowboys gear and it was captured on film.
Aww, cut him some slack. He was a kid for goodness sakes!
Thank goodness for proper upbringing and correction. Kevin Hart got it together, and he’s more than made up for the mistakes of his youth, repping his hometown Eagles every chance he gets.
The last stop on his “What Now?” tour was a packed house at Lincoln Financial Field. He was allowed full access to the main stage. We wish we could say the same thing about his failed attempt to join his favorite team on the podium after Philly’s 41-33 victory in Super Bowl LII over the New England Patriots. That one didn’t work out too well for him.
No one loves a comeback or underdog story like the citizens of Philadelphia and Eagles fans. Perhaps one of the greatest comeback stories we’ve seen in a while belongs to one of hip hop’s shining stars, Meek Mill.
It’s been quite the journey for the co-founder of nonprofit Reform Alliance, an organization that focuses on justice, parole, and probation reform. His classic, Dreams and Nightmares, became an Eagles anthem during their march to Super Bowl LII (and their entrance track during their introduction at football’s biggest game). He also has his remix version of Wiz Khalifa’s Black and Yellow, a banger he calls Green and White.
Yes friends, Meek is a Philadelphia Eagles fan through and through, and don’t you ever forget it.