Kevin Hart says it & # 39; modest & # 39; was to need help going to the bathroom in the middle of his recovery after a car accident
Kevin Hart opens help needed to use the toilet in the midst of a car accident recovery: & # 39; It's the most modest thing in the world & # 39;
Kevin Hart spoke about the hardships he faced during his recovery from a major car accident less than three months ago – including how he felt he needed a helper to go to the toilet.
& # 39; It's the most modest thing in the world & # 39 ;, 40-year-old Philadelphia wailed while appearing Tuesday in his SiriusXM show Straight From The Hart. & # 39; You are really helpless. I could do nothing. & # 39;
The Ride Along actor continues his physical recovery after a crash of September 1, in which he had to merge three parts of his spine during an emergency operation.
Candid: Kevin Hart, 40, spoke about the hardships he faced during his recovery from a major car accident less than three months ago, including how he felt he needed a helper to go to the bathroom. He was broken earlier this week at a LA Clippers competition
Hart was a passenger in his own Plymouth Barracuda from 1970 when he turned off the Mulholland Highway and ended up in a ditch in Malibu Hills, California, the incident authorities said.
The vehicle was then driven by Jared Black, 28, Rebecca Broxterman's fiancé, 31, who is the personal trainer of his wife Eniko Parrish, 35.
Hart went deeply into the physical misery he suffered from severe stomach upset during a time when he was largely immobile after surgery in the days following the crash.
& # 39; Moving is a damn event, & # 39; said Hart, recalling a copy in which he was awakened by the severe urge to defecate early in the morning while he was in the hospital. & # 39; In my mind I'm going to fuck them in my mouth – it's trying to come out! & # 39;
Remember: Hart opened the experience while appearing Tuesday in his SiriusXM show Straight From The Hart
On the better hand: Hart was a passenger in his own Plymouth Barracuda from 1970 when he turned off the Mulholland Highway and crashed into a ditch in Malibu Hills, California on September 1.
Hart said he sat up straight from that bed like the goddamn funeral director & # 39 ;, referring to a quick sit-up movement of the WWE wrestler.
& # 39; My stomach felt like someone was lighting dynamite and threw it in my damn stomach and ran, & # 39; said Hart.
The comedian said he found relief from a caregiver named Jose, who was quick to help when his urge to move his bowels worsened.
Emotional: The Ride Along star has thanked fans on Sunday on the E! People & # 39; s Choice Awards in Santa Monica, California
& # 39; This is the most modest thing in the world: Eniko is sitting on the damn couch; Jose was my nurse, he is a 60-year-old Mexican guy, & the comic remembered. & # 39; Jose comes in and don't ask me questions.
& # 39; Jose grabs the mesh, puts this spongy soap in the mesh, turns me around and starts wiping my a **. He said, "It's OK man, I've been doing this for 40 years … let it come man."
Hart praised his nurse for his professionalism, and adding the real takeaway was the despair he felt when his body remained motionless during his recovery.
& # 39; It was humiliating how it happened, & # 39; he said. & # 39; You are really helpless. There was nothing I could do – there was nothing I could do to stop that. & # 39;
Straight From The Hart can be heard on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Laugh Out Loud Radio channel 96.
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