Here we are going to talk about the trendy topic of the web that Kevin Hart’s father, Henry Witherspoon, died. He passed away on Wednesday, October 12, 2022. This news has been shared by him on the famous platform Instagram. He has posted an emotional and heart-felt post had a series of the 43 years old’s images with his father to cherish their memories. In the pictures, the father-son duo can appear enjoying themselves with another family. According to this post, the Jumanji star also thanked his father for all the things he did for him and asked him to “give a hug” to his mother Nancy, who passed away in 2007.
Before his father’s death, Hart opened up about Witherspoon at the time of an interview on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert. He noted that he could be a great dad himself after learning from his father’s mistakes and mentioned. Kevin Hart continued to mention that he had to appear firsthand what not being present did and appreciate and says thanks for that. He knows what “being present means.” not only this he further said that he knows how being there can support his kids and the effect it would have on them.
During the time, the actor also explained that he had served on his bond with his father and that their relationship took an “amazing” turn. Stating that he was strong enough to deal with it growing up, Hart noted that he had a different attitude and was a positive guy. He shared as well that his father was focused on becoming the “best grandparent” before his passing. In his emotional tribute and Witherspoon, Kevin art also mentioned that he and his brother will continue to make their father proud.
If talk about Kevin so he was born to Nancy Hart and Henry on July 6, 1979, in Philadelphia and he has an elder brother Robert Hart and they were raised together. The Hart brothers were raised by their mother in a single-parent household as Witherspoon was mostly in and out of jail at the time of his addiction issues. Nancy served s a system analyst for the Office of Student Registration and Financial Services and she worked at the University of Pennsylvania to raise her two sons. Stay tuned for more updates.