Omar Epps of 'Love & Basketball' Has 2 Grown Daughters Who Look like Dad in a Video

Monica Otayza
Apr 23, 2020
08:30 A.M.
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Omar and Keisha Epps' kids are all grown-up and looking like their dad in a new video posted on Instagram. 

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The Epps children are trying their best to keep themselves busy amid the COVID-19 quarantine measures put in place, and their most recent activity was something their mom made sure to record. The trio memorized a snap and clap routine that they clearly enjoyed. 

Omar and Keisha Epps have three grown children, and they've made it a point to stay at home amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, they decided to "snap into Monday" - with a big boom!

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GROWING UP WITHOUT A FATHER 

Despite being a famous actor, Omar Epps actually grew up without a father. That is why when he and Keisha had a family of their own, they've made it a point to put their children first despite their busy schedules. 

Omar revealed that he is brewing up something special for his fans alongside Larenz Tate and Mekhi Phifer.

Actor Omar Epps at the red carpet of the premiere of "Almost Christmas in November 2016. | Photo: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine

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HIS WIFE KEISHA KEEPS HIM GROUNDED

Through the years, the proud parents have tried their best to be present in all of their children's milestones, and this has given them a tight-knit relationship that they continue to build on until now. 

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As for how Keisha has helped him cope with all the things that he needs to do on a daily basis, the "Shooter" actor reveals that his wife is actually his soulmate and that she is the one who anchors him. 

"Keisha taught me how to smell the roses, which is one of the most important things in life. Like through her, I really am still learning, but I've learned how to become present, because I'm an artist."

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COOKING UP SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR FANS

Recently, Omar revealed that he is brewing up something special for his fans alongside Larenz Tate and Mekhi Phifer. While he did not go into detail about what this was about, he shared a collage of the three men and announced that they were "one step closer" to creating something good. 

Unfortunately, their new project will have to wait a bit given the uncertainty of things now that there is a health crisis happening around the world. For now, Epps is set to continue enjoying family time with his wife and children at home. 

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