Actor and comedian Kevin Hart was flying into Boston when he had a scare at Logan International Airport on Thursday.
Hart's private plane blew two tires while it was landing.
No one on the plane was injured.
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"Your boy got angels on his back. I got real life angels on my back," Hart said in a video posted to SnapChat. "I'm protected. I truly believe it. I always have, but when things like this happen, it's confirmation. Confirmation. God is good, so is life."
He also posted a photo on Instagram showing himself and comics Na'im Lynn and Spank Horton and stylist John Burgandee squatting with hands clasped in prayer. He wrote, "God is good with a capital G."
Hart flew into town to watch his hometown Philadelphia 76ers take on the Celtics in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Boston came back from being down 22 points to win the game.