Kevin Hart Tries to Save National Employee’s Job

Kevin Hart made a video asking National Car Rental to give a shuttle driver her job back. Photo via Wikipedia.
Kevin Hart made a video asking National Car Rental to give a shuttle driver her job back. Photo via Wikipedia.

Genesha Bradley, a National Car Rental shuttle driver, was suspended without pay after she stopped her shuttle bus at Los Angeles International Airport to snap a selfie with comedian/actor Kevin Hart, according to a report on BET’s website.

When Hart heard about Bradley’s suspension, he made a video pleading with National to give Bradley her job back.

In the video posted on TMZ, Hart asks National to “have some compassion” and put her back on the payroll, says the report.

Click here for the full BET.com report: 

http://www.bet.com/news/celebrities/2014/10/17/kevin-hart-makes-heartfelt-attempt-to-save-bus-driver-s-job.html?cid=facebook

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