The Super Bowl weekend brought all sorts of artists and public figures in Hip-hop to L.A., California, and amongst them was comedian and actor, Kevin Hart, who wanted to live out his rap star dreams.
Kevin, in the same suite as 2 Chainz and NBA superstar LeBron James at SoFi Stadium, took it upon himself to freestyle for his buddies. The comedian, channelling his Chocolate Droppa persona, busted out an aggressive freestyle that barely shook 2 Chainz.
“All I’m tryna do is get signed, brother/You got me, I got mine, fuck it, in the bag/I got it, uh take it, I got it uh/Same chips different bag,” Kevin Hart rapped, right before Chainz switched the camera towards LeBron, asking for his help.
“Help me brother,” 2 Chainz pleaded jokingly with King James, who dancing by himself in a corner of the room. “Bro, get your poodle!”
As humorous as that encounter was, Kevin Hart actually does take Hip-hop a lot seriously. Deadline reported earlier this month about Kevin’s Hartbeat production company creating an animated series with a hip-hop theme, set to premiere on HBO Max later this year.
The adult animated series titled “Storytown” tells the story of a troubled kid whose grandfather uses fairytale rap stars to teach life lessons.