Kevin Hart is truly the gift that keeps on giving; Not only has the new “king of comedy” blessed his fans with non-stop movie releases over the last few years, but now the comic has cast himself as the modern day Robin Hood…without stealing from the rich of course, but he is certainly giving to the much deserving.

The comedian partnered up with the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) to give $50,000 scholarships to four unsuspecting high school seniors. The students were selected and rewarded the honor of receiving scholarship funding based on their high GPAs and financial need.

Kevin made light of his generosity by stating the below:


This is me stepping up to the plate and saying what you’re doing is dope,” Kevin explained. “You’re dope. You’ve got the opportunity to be the dopest of all dopetivity.”

My money went to a much much more useful cause I guess you would say than what I would have been doing with it at a strip club,” Kevin joked.


In addition to their scholarships, the high school honorees will also get to travel to Atlanta to attend the UNCF Evening of Stars event hosted by Black-ish star Anthony Anderson.

UNCF Evening of Stars airs April 26 on B.E.T.

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