The comedian gave back to fans who couldn't get tickets to his sold-out show.
By LESLEY MESSER
January 22, 2015, 6:33 PM
• 4 min read
-- Kevin Hart made his Toledo-based fan group very happy recently.
The actor announced that he purchased 500 tickets for his film, "The Wedding Ringer," at a local theater for fans who couldn't get tickets to his stand-up shows. All they had to do go up to the ticket window and say, "Kevin Hart sent me."
"Listen, I wouldn't be me if I didn't do s**t like this," he said on Instagram. "I'm buying out the theater! That's right! Cinemark at the Levi's Commons. Two shows. 7:45 p.m. and the 10:15 p.m., for free, on me. Get there."
Hart, 35, retweeted notes from several fans, thanking him for the free show. He also noted that he had a great time in the Ohio city and hoped to return next year.
"Thank you so much for the love," he tweeted. "Last night's shows were ridiculous. Both crowds were f***ing amazing."