Bring it on.
Kevin Hart loves to make people laugh, but the comedian wasn’t exactly laughing this month after his house was robbed. The A-list actor recently suffered a major loss at his home when around $500,000 worth of items were stolen from his house while him and his family were not home. Reports say that his back door was pried open, which is how the culprit was able to gain access. Now, Kevin is seeking revenge on the person that robbed him, and he’s depending on the power of social media.
Kevin Hart is trying to use his 37 million followers to help him track down the robber.
After being robbed of over $500,000 worth of items at his home, Kevin is turning to social media for some answers. The comedian posted what he thought was a “picture from the security cameras” of the culprit, displaying a person wearing a ski mask. He wrote to his followers, “Real smart move wearing the cool ski mask that shows your eyebrows and the bags under your eyes. We are on yo a** man.”
Kevin is confident one of his followers will provide more information.
Kevin is hoping that his 37 million followers will be feeding him some possible answers, as he works with authorities to try and identify the suspect. He continued, “I’m about to show you the power of social media,” he added. “One of my followers might recognize you and might not like you, which would mean that they could careless about giving you up.. Let’s play a game of ‘tell on the robber’ real quick. Who knows, I might get lucky!!!!!”
Unfortunately, the image Kevin used was a stock photo, and not a security video screenshot.
Within an hour or so of posting the photo to his Instagram, some fans and followers pointed out that the security camera picture Kevin originally posted was actually a cropped stock photo. The picture was initially used in a TMZ article this past Monday, which discussed a possible second “bling ring” that could leave celebrities’ homes in danger of being robbed.