Mike Epps poses with much younger fiancée who looks stunning in leather
Mike Epps looks in love in a recent pic shared to his Instagram alongside his stunning fiancée, Kyra Robinson. The couple announced their engagement last May, just five months after the star finished his divorce from Mechelle Epps.
The comedian and actor looks overjoyed as he smiles with an arm around his soon-to-be-bride in a recent photo taken at the Microsoft Theater, where he was presenting his show, “Platinum Comedy Tour: Mike Epps & More.”
Robinson looked smoking hot wearing a strapped leather top, leather pants, ankle boots and a snake printed blue coat to add some color to her outfit. She also rocked a pair of long silver earrings and had her long hair tied up in a half ponytail.
Epps, on the other hand, wore a black t-shirt and matching pants and topped it with a leather jacket. He added flare to the ensemble with a black fedora, sneakers and a silver necklace.
“Him: I'm wearing leather to my show tonight.
Me: okay, me too.
Him after I got dressed: damn, we gon look like we in the ghetto matrix
Haha!!! I thought it was cute!”
Fans also found the situation cute, and they filled the comment section with praises for the couple. “Y’all look so amazing together!! Compliment each other’s flyness!!!” wrote one user. Another added, “You both are adorable!! Beautiful Black Power Couple,” and a third one said “Yassss hotness you two!”
Mike and Kyra have been dating for about two years now. They made public their relationship just a few months after Epps filed for divorce from his wife of 12 years, Mechelle Epps, with whom she shares two gorgeous daughters: Maddison and Mariah.
The divorce ended last September, but even before that, Mike and Kyra were flaunting their love for each other on social media.
In May, he popped the question on a private party attended by friends and family, and while they didn’t release an official statement, the couple shared photos of the special night all over Instagram.
Kyra is no stranger to the entertainment business. She’s a TV producer with credits in shows like “Paternity Court,” “Just Keke,” “Iyanla Fix My Life,” and BET’s “Social Media Awards,” which she created with Epps.