Kevin Hart’s wife bans him from strip club?

Kevin Hart’s wife Eniko has reportedly banned him from strip clubs.

Hart was meant to attend an after-party at the infamous Scores in New York City after his Madison Square Garden show as part of his ‘Irresponsible’ tour this week, but his spouse Eniko Parrish is making sure he behaves himself when he’s not on stage and reportedly asked him not to attend the bash.

A source told the New York Post; “She put her foot down. She decided not to go, so he decided he wasn’t going either, even though the other comics on the tour went.

“Kevin was due to come to the after-party . . . It was widely promoted by all the other [opening] comics on the bill. It looked like Kevin made the responsible choice.”

The couple’s marriage hit the headlines last year when a former friend of the ‘Night School’ actor allegedly tried to extort him over a video of him with another woman.

Kevin made a public apology to Eniko at the time and is thankful the 34-year-old model has stayed by his side.

He said recently: “The friendship that I have with my wife is insane. Yes, that’s my wife, we’re lovers, it’s a relationship, it’s marriage…but the friendship we have is like no other.

“Our marriage has been put to the test. It’s the most difficult test ever. And, you know, sometimes those tests come from stupidity. But it’s how you handle it, and how you decide to move forward from it.

“I applaud my wife for just displaying a high level of strength that I can’t even explain. I applaud her for being my backbone, my support system, and more importantly, taking my life to the next level.”

And Kevin – who has son Kenzo, 10 months, with Eniko, as well as Heaven, 13, and Hendrix, 10, from his previous marriage – thinks he’s now an “amazing” husband because he’s learned to be “real and authentic”.

He explained: “I am amazing. I am amazing because I get it now.

“I’m amazing because I have no problem with being an open book, and real, and authentic. And I’m not talking about outside your home, I’m talking about inside your home.

“When you get to a point to where you’re that open, and you’re that understanding, and knowing of one another, the word ‘friendship’ is a real word, you know, that word ‘best friend’ is a real word.”

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