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Kevin Hart is in a wheelchair, and Tom Brady gets playfully blamed for the mishap

Comedian Kevin Hart finds himself in a surprising predicament after a friendly foot race with former NFL star Stevan Ridley. The 44-year-old shared a lighthearted update on Wednesday, revealing he's currently wheeling around due to injuries suffered during the sprint against Ridley. The mishap led to a tear in his lower abdomen and hip abductors.

Kevin Hart thought he could race an NFL running back but ended up in a wheelchairParker Johnson

In this playful showdown, Ridley, being a decade younger than Hart, naturally held the upper hand. The outcome was almost predetermined, even without Hart's injury setback. On Instagram, Ridley playfully shifted the blame for Hart's predicament to none other than Tom Brady.

Tongue-in-cheek, Ridley joked: "Blame it on Tom Brady," as if the retired seven-time Super Bowl champion had cast some mischievous spell. Brady, who bid adieu to his illustrious NFL career in February at the ripe age of 45, is a symbol of unmatched longevity in the sport.

"Ladies and gentleman, the age 40 is real," Hart said. "All my men, women out there 40 years old and above, it's not a game. Respect that age", he added. "I got to be the dumbest man alive!!!"

While Hart's wheelchair-bound state raises curiosity about his recovery timeline, the specifics remain fuzzy. Were he in the NFL, he might find himself sidelined till December, hinting at the gravity of his injuries.

Ridley was a Super Bowl champion

Ridley, a former member of the Patriots' Super Bowl championship squad in the 2014-15 season, encountered his own career-altering injury - a torn ACL that kept him off the field for the postseason. Across his NFL journey spanning 73 games, he showcased his skills with 743 rushes, totaling 3,102 yards and 24 touchdowns.

Ridley's career extended from the college fields of LSU to the NFL stadiums, with stints at the New York Jets, Atlanta Falcons, Denver Broncos, Minnesota Vikings, and Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Hart-Ridley race, while comically lopsided and injury-inducing, serves as a reminder that even in jest, the unpredictability of life can play its hand. As Hart continues to navigate his wheelchair-bound phase, the spotlight is on his recovery process and whether he'll make a triumphant return to his usual lively self.

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