Earlier, Legit.ng reported that American actor Kevin Hart showed massive interest in a talented Nigerian pencil artist from Kaduna in Nigeria. As reported, the young boy had taken to posing a hyper-realistic painting of the international comedian across his social media platforms.
Some well-meaning people picked up interest in his drawing and what followed was that Kevin Hart saw the portrait, loved it, put a stamp on it and raced to the young Nigerian's Twitter page both to acknowledge him and show him massive support.
Trust Nigerians to follow up on a matter such as this. Upon seeing that Kevin Hart had shown massive support for the young pencil artist and even promised to pay him and give him a contract, many Nigerians could not help but comment.
In fact, Kevin became a trend as comments flooded Twitter. It would seem Nigerians were overwhelmed by the touching assistance coming from the American actor.
Not only did they praise Kevin for taking time out of his busy schedule to acknowledge the boy's work of art, they also commended the young artist named Eli Waduba for a job well done. According to them, he had been rewarded due to his hard work and because of his social media savvy nature.
Even more, some Nigerians could not help but compare Kevin to several Nigerian celebrities. According to them, famous stars were not as receptive to things like this as the American counterparts were. See some of the comments below:
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In the meanwhile, a Nigerian SS1 student took to making a moving car with just broomsticks and bathroom slippers. Indeed, Nigeria replete with talents.
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