- If Kevin Hart was by any chance looking for his doppelganger, then we are proud to announce that his search is finally over
- Zambian TikToker John, alias @arabmoney44, went viral for his resemblance to the comedian and even imitated him in one of his videos
- From the eyes, nose, mouth and even how he smiles, it was like watching a poor man's Kevin Hart
Many reports have reported that a human being is likely to have a doppelganger somewhere in the world that looks exactly like them.
If Kevin Hart was in search for his own, then we are proud to announce that it's finally over as we have found a man that could probably pass for his identical twin.
Zambian TikToker John, alias @arabmoney44, has gone viral after netizens noticed his striking resemblance to the renowned comedian.
On his profile, John identifies himself as an environmentalist but most of his videos are of him making renditions of songs from his county. One clip, however, caught the eye.
The video was of him perfectly mimicking the US comedian and if you were not keen enough, you could mistake him as the real Kevin Hart.
Watch the videos below:
From the eyes, nose, mouth and even his smile, it was like watching a poor man's Kevin but with a slightly different hairdo.
Funny thing is that even his facial expressions match those of Kevin and both seem to be of the same height.
Many of his TikTok followers have reacted to his videos mentioning how similar he is to Kevin and with the same haircut, he could definitely relief the famous actor by taking up some of his roles, we are pretty sure no one will notice. Lol.
Kevin's fourth blessing
Kevin shared a photo of himself carrying his young angel while looking at her - followed by the caption; ''All I can do is smile." Fellow celebrities and also fans camped on the comments section to gush over the little angel.
It should be noted that the couple. who said I do in 2016. has a two-year-old son named Kenzo. The comedian also has two other children Heaven, 15, and Hendrix, 12, from a previous marriage.
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Source: Briefly News