There was nothing more exciting for me, than kick starting my weekend by attending Kevin Hart’s “Let Me Explain” show at the O2 on Friday.
It’s been an extremely busy year for the comedian, who starred in Steve Harvey’s hit comedy film Think Like A Man and recently hosted the MTV VMA awards. The final leg of his European tour was in high demand and had t. as completely sold out.
Barely a dull moment from the start, his opening acts the Plastic Cup Boyz, (Joey Wells, Will ‘Spank’ Horton and Na’im Lynn) delivered outstanding performances. The audience we’re in hysterical fits of contagious laughter from jokes about girls wearing Brazilian Weaves with Nigerian sideburns to ladies with big stomachs rocking ‘Vajammys’.
The pint-sized comedian made his grand entrance on stage at 9.45pm with bursts of flames (a gimmick he stole from The Watch The Throne tour). In the background playing was Meek Mill “I’m A Boss”, which Kevin Hart clearly was for the show.
New material from the freshly divorced star included the perils of parenting, how men never win arguments with girlfriends and how a Deerbra…yes Deebra (half deer, half zebra) can be used for a late-for-work excuse. The animated comedian also entertained the audience with impressions and phrases such as ‘You Done’ and ‘Let’s Ride’.
The show did not disappoint 16,000 fans (every single seat in the O2 Arena) who we’re falling out of their seats and crying with laughter. If you missed the show don’t be sad as highlights of the London show will be included in the ‘Let Me Explain’ DVD coming out in March 2013.
Following the steps of his mentor Chris Rock, Kevin Hart left his comical imprint at the O2 Arena in London.After the show he tweeted ‘I cried tears of joy tonight, I thank god for allowing me to see & achieve the things that I have so far in my life…..Thank u London’.
We thankyou Mr Hart for allowing us to be apart of your big joke.
Stef Scoop ‘Let Me Explain’ Verdict:5 Stef Scoops Out Of 5
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