On Wednesday (July 5) the comedian-actor took to Instagram where he shared a brief video clip from Fanatics CEO, Michael Rubin’s annual Fourth of July white party, where he was captured “off that Miiinnnnoooo Liiiinnnnnoooo.”
In the clip, Hart can be seen vibing on stage to Quavo and the late TakeOff’s Unc & Phew track “Hotel Lobby” alongside the Migos group member, while his wife Eniko cheers him on.
“Welp….My wife showed me this video and I had so many questions (laughing face emoji),” Hart wrote in the caption before asking his questions. “1. When did I get my crocs? 2. Whose glasses do I have on? 3. Why is my wife always hyping me up (laughing face emoji)? 4. WHERE ARE MY FUCKING SOCKS AND SHOES?????”
He added: “@quavohuncho point to @enikohart is legendary….. My dumbass was gone off that Miiinnnnoooo Liiiinnnnnoooo …..And judging by my wife’s voice she was to (laughing face emoji),” he concluded.
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Meanwhile, the party’s host fired off his own theory, while fans had a more pressing question. ” The answer to your questions is endless shots !!!! [liquor glass emoji,” wrote Rubin.
“Where the hell was buddy going with the briefcase (briefcase and laughing face emoji),” commented another.
This isn’t the first time Hart has been linked to the esteemed businessman. In January, Hart joined forces with Meek Mill and Rubin to put together a massive donation to help low-income students in the Philadelphia area.
According to a press release, the trio’s $7million donation will be spread across 60 private and parochial schools. The money in part will be used to offer the students scholarships and provide them with at-home tools such as WiFi, laptops, and tablets.
On the flip side, last month, Quavo was seen reuniting with yet another entertainment heavyweight, his former Migos groupmate Offset, at the 2023 BET Awards.
The estranged group members put their issues to the side to honor the late TakeOff at the event, where they performed a medley of Unc & Phew’s “Hotel Lobby” and Migos’ 2016 hit “Bad and Boujee” during a surprise set inside the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
On an Instagram Live after the performance, Offset reflected on the major moment and declared Migos “the greatest group to ever touch the mic.”
“The BET performance was iconic man,” a noticeably happy Set said. “It cleared my soul. Me and my brother Qua, we put that together within 16 hours. Like 15 hours. We land from Paris like at 9pm and go straight to work to figure out how we gon’ put the show together man.
“We do that because we some real stars. We do that. We do this music. We the greatest group to ever touch the mic. RIP my brother Take. We did it for my brother Take.”
He continued: “Me and Qua stood tall, brother to brother. You dig what I’m saying? And I appreciate everybody for supporting, man. It was a movie, it was a vibe. We needed that for the culture. And yeah, that’s how we coming!
“We did that in 16 hours though! Like real professionals. Real professionals. Went out there, 16 hours, didn’t sleep, locked in on the visual. Me and Qua sat down, locked in on the visuals, locked in on the position of the stage, the lighting, everything as a unit.
“And you know, when you put the three heads together, it’s always gon’ be cinematic. It’s always gon’ be the truth. It’s always gon’ be Godly. Thank God for that moment. And like I said, RIP to Take. Y’all know how we coming about my brother. And we did it for Take. And we still don’t take. That’s our legacy. Migos forever. The greatest group to ever do it.”