Kevin Hart Gifts Daughter a Mercedes SUV for Her 16th Birthday!

Heaven Hart just got a cool new whip for her 16th birthday!

In a video posted by Los Angeles-based event planning company bDASHd, Heaven’s father Kevin, mother Torrei, and stepmother Eniko gave the teenager a G-class Mercedes Benz SUV for her special day.

In the cute clip, Heaven is visibly surprised as she sees the new vehicle wrapped in a big red bow!

The “Jumanji” actor also celebrated his daughter’s birthday by throwing an elaborate party — themed to the Japanese superhero manga series “My Hero Academia.”

As seen in another video posted by bDASHD, guests enjoyed a lavish dinner, a dessert bar, and an outdoor theater.

On Monday, Torrei wrote her daughter a touching tribute on Instagram.

“Happy sweet 16 Heaven. Still can’t believe you are 16 years old. I don’t even like the fact that I have type 16 right now,” she captioned a video compilation.

“You will always be my baby. You are so special and have a bright future ahead of you. I get excited when I think about you living out all of your dreams. Keep being an individual and never follow the crowd. I’m so grateful you chose me to bring you into this world. I love you my little firecracker.”

Eniko also posted a carousel of images honoring “our sweet 16 y/o aries beauty!”

“U know i have nothing but LOVE for u baybeee!” Eniko wrote. “The last slide is a perfect example of the real teenager that she has become sittin up in her room..too cool for school!”

Kevin shares Heaven and son Hendrix, 13, with ex-wife Torrei. He is also dad to son Kenzo Kash, 3, and daughter Kaori Mai, 5 months, with wife Eniko.

Back in 2018, the actor proclaimed to People that he is “the best dad in the world” because he understands time.

“The most important thing that you can give your kids is time,” he told the magazine. “The time doesn’t have to be the biggest event every day. Time is sitting on a couch, watching TV.”

He continued, “Time is taking a walk. Time is Taco Tuesdays. Time is Board Game Wednesdays. Time is just laying on the floor, and letting your kids lay on your back while you’re home.”


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