Kevin Hart Took To Instagram To Encourage Kids Not To Drink In The Wake Of His Super Bowl Postgame Antics

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After the Eagles won their first Super Bowl in franchise history, the field in Minnesota was flooded with celebrating players and coaches and their families, along with some VIP fans that were able to have on-field passes.

Among those fans was Philly native Kevin Hart, who wasn’t satisfied with being on the field and wanted a little more. Hart tried his best in his drunken state to convince a security guard to let him onto the stage for the Eagles’ trophy ceremony, but got denied. The comedian and movie star would later crash the NFL Network set and drop an F-bomb to the delight of Deion Sanders.

In the context of what Eagles fans were doing in Philadelphia, Hart’s antics really weren’t that bad. He just wanted to celebrate with the team and accepted his denial without incident, and it’s not his fault someone handed him a hot mic when he was clearly hammered. However, Hart still took to Instagram on Monday morning in a still-tipsy stupor to offer up a PSA to the kids out there to not drink and give a semi-apology for his actions in a pretty hilarious video with some commentary from someone else in the car with him.

“To all the kids out there, I wanna say don’t drink,” said Hart. “When alcohol’s in your system you do dumb stuff. Me trying to go on stage with the trophy, definitely in the top two stupidest things I’ve ever done, but who cares. The Eagles won the Super Bowl. Yeah I’m still a little tipsy. The world can kiss my ass.”

“Where are your socks?”

“Shut up bitch, I ain’t got no socks on cause I’m tipsy,” Hart said. “My wife was the first one to say, ‘Babe, don’t go up there.’ I told my wife, naw honey. Chill out. I gotta be up there with my city.”

“How’d that work out?”

“It didn’t work out good,” Hart laughed. “That man did his job, didn’t he? He said, ‘Kevin Hart I know who you are but you can’t be up here.’ I said, ‘The hell if I can’t.’ I went to walk and he put his hand on my chest. … Who gives a sh*t! Fly Eagles Fly! F*ck it!”

Hart didn’t burn anything or flip any cars or climb the gates of city hall, so on the sliding scale of Eagles fans last night he handled himself quite well.