- Steve Harvey recently celebrated his birthday and the comedian made sure to ring in 65 in pure luxury and style as he vacationed with his family
- The famous family set sail on a yacht where they enjoyed ocean views and some adrenaline pumping water activities
- One thing that stayed constant about the water sports was that Steve stayed behind the camera, the actor made it clear that he will not be shark bait
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There's nothing like a celeb holiday and the Harvey has given followers a front-row seat to their birthday vacay. Marjorie and the gang are celebrating Steve's 65th and have chartered a yacht to ensure nothing but luxury. The comedian has followers in stitches after watching a video of him refusing to swim with sharks.
Steve Harvey has made it clear that he will not be jumping into water with sharks, even if he is on a yacht holiday. The celeb's wife Marjorie shared videos of herself enjoying a once in a lifetime experience as Steve records from the comfort of a deck.
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In the Instagram video, the activity guide can be heard encouraging Harvey to hop into the water to capture the perfect photo for his feed, and he hilariously responds:
"I just take the videos. Steve Harvey don't do none of that."
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The family trip was in celebration of the Hollywood legends 65th birthday. Cinemablend reported that Steve famously shared a birthday with the late Betty White. Harvey really enjoyed the fact that she shared a birthday with such an iconic figure and said that he hopes to live as long as Betty did.
Steve Harvey plans to buy a house in SA but hesitant due to loadshedding
Briefly News reported that Steve Harvey has shared his two cents on Mzansi's load-shedding issue. The popular US media would love to purchase a house in the country but expressed that load-shedding might be the reason he ends up buying a house elsewhere in Africa.
The Family Feud host asked why Mzansi can't keep its lights on all the time as the country is part of the continent "with the most natural resources".
The comedian recently sat down with SA journalist Devi Govender. Devi took to Twitter and shared a clip of the comedian noting his disappointment at Eskom's constant load-shedding. Steve slammed Eskom for failing to keep the lights on in the country while other countries like Botswana, Ghana and Nigeria continue to provide electricity for their citizens.
Source: Briefly News