The "Hart" behind the Plastic Cup Boyz
Superstar comedian Kevin Hart has endorsed a team of top notch performers,
most of whom have been longtime members of his show-opening entourage known as The Plastic Cup Boyz. Stepping out on their
own, The Plastic Cup Boyz are set to deliver an evening of laughter as the collective main event in their upcoming North American
tour. If you have a pair of Plastic Cup Boyz tickets, you're in for a side-splitting night of laughter.
night opens with the wit of Will "Spank" Horton whose confrontational narratives about dating, working class frustration and
educational folly get audiences rolling right off the bat. Next up is Joey Wells — a longtime veteran of the comedy scene
whose years of making people laugh have honed his act into an arsenal of razor sharp jibes and jabs. Headlining is the incendiary
Na'im Lynn whose barrage of jokes on relationships, his fans' opinions and his experiences with love are a laugh a second
for audiences. Each tour date will also feature a set by breakout newcomer LaVar Walker, whose rise to comedic prominence
in 2013 has made him a home run hit with comedy audiences.
Lynn takes an outlandish approach to performing,
which has led to his comedy being described as "out of this world." As a permanent fixture on Kevin Hart's tour, it's no surprise
that Lynn found himself in front of the camera on the recent Kevin Hart films "Seriously Funny" and "Laugh at My Pain." Horton
uses an original blend of hilarity and coolness to grab an audience's attention and keep them riveted with sharp repartee
and circumstantial improvisation. He got his start on a college showcase in Dayton, Ohio, and appeared regularly at the Laff
House Comedy Club in Philadelphia, PA. Wells is no stranger to the entertainment world, with over two decades of comedy experience
under his belt. Walker became a household name in the comedy game when he was added to the Shaq's All Star Comedy Jam after
his big break in Las Vegas. Hart endorsed the man in a recent Chicago Sun-Times interview, saying: "The guy is a legitimate
While Kevin Hart is the executive producer of the tour, the comedians write
and perform 100 percent of their own material.
Kevin Hart has engineered a fast-track rise to side-splitting
stardom, achieving comedic success at the level of his forebearers, Chris Rock and Richard Pryor. Hart was compelled to take
some of his friends along with him, utilizing their burgeoning talent both as show support for his relentlessly touring act
and as inspiration for a comedic dialogue that is ever-evolving. His entourage of talent came to be known as The Plastic Cup
Boyz — a powerhouse crew of sharp-witted, lightning-fast purveyors of hilarity known as much for their wild antics and tight-knit
camaraderie as they are for their edgy personalities and incendiary humor.
The characters in The Plastic
Cup Boyz are a diverse crew of comedians who enjoy a good spoof. They recently teamed up with their benefactor Kevin Hart
and filmed a parody of the bank robbery scenario from the movie "Reservoir Dogs." Lynn keeps interpersonal traveling relationships
solid by developing a personal handshake between himself and every other person on the Plastic Cup Boyz tours. Horton has
acting aspirations and predicts that his first big job will be a part on the television show "Law and Order." Wells made his
first television appearance in 1992 on BET's "ComicView." Prior to his career as a comedian, Walker worked as pharmacist after
earning his doctoral degree in pharmacy from Xavier University in New Orleans.
The schedule spans
over three months and is set to entertain Plastic Cup Boyz ticket holders in 20 cities across 17 states, such as San Diego