Superstar comedian and actor Kevin Hart received a star on the fabled Hollywood Walk of Fame on in a ceremony that was attended by Oscar-winning actress Halle Berry and rapper-turned-actor Ice Cube.
Hart, a former shoe-salesman from Philadelphia, thanked his fans for their support and jokingly called on them to not relieve themselves on his star.
“To all my fans last but not least. I don’t get here without you and without your support. I am a representation of what you have made me. I love you all, thank you very much. Today is an honor. Please, please don’t pee on my star for at least a month. Give me a month, give me one month,” joked Hart.
At one point, the comedian struggled to hold back tears while thanking his family and manager Dave Becky.
Joining Hart at the ceremony was Ice Cube, who co-starred with Hart in “Ride Along” and “Ride Along 2.”
“Kevin, you’re the God damn man. You know it, now the world knows it, you’re immortalized here on the Hollywood Walk of Fame man we love you,” said Cube.
Hart’s other movie credits include “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” “Little Fockers,” and “Central Intelligence” staring Dwayne Johnson.