Kevin Hart opens up about humbling bathroom experience after crash

Kevin Hart opens up about humbling bathroom experience after crash

Kevin Hart has opened up about the struggles he faced following his frightening car accident back in September.

Speaking on his SiriusXM show, Straight from the Hart, the comedian disclosed that he required bathroom assistance as he was left largely immobile following surgery.

The 40-year-old suffered serious spinal injuries and had to undergo surgery after Jared Black allegedly lost control of Hart's classic Barracuda in Malibu on the 1st September.

"I could not f*cking move," he asserted. "I could not wipe my a*s … I literally - I couldn’t do none of that."

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Hart then went onto share a graphic anecdote of how he nearly defecated on himself after surgery.

"To move is a g*ddamn event,” he recalled, before explaining that he had a sudden urge to pay a visit to the restroom, "In my mind, I’m gonna f*cking sh*t out my mouth — it’s trying to come out!”

"I sat up out that bed like the g*ddamn Undertaker," he continued, referencing the WWE wrestler's infamous sit-up move. "My stomach felt like somebody lit dynamite and threw it in my f*cking stomach and ran."

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Luckily, a male nurse called Jose came to the rescue: "Here's the most humbling thing in the world: [My wife] Eniko is sitting on the g*ddamn couch; Jose was my nurse, he's like, 60-years-old. Mexican dude. Jose comes in and don't ask me no questions."

"Jose grabs the gauze, puts this spongy soapy sh*t on the gauze, turns me 'round and starts wiping my as*. [Jose] said, ‘It's okay, man, I've been doing this for 40 years... keep it coming, man'. It was humbling how it happened."

"You really are helpless," he concluded. "There was nothing I could do - there was nothing I could do to stop that."