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April 28, 2020

Omar Epps' Wife Keisha Pays Tribute to Husband on 20th Anniversary of 'Love & Basketball'

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Keisha Epps recently posted a sweet lengthy message in honor of her husband, Omar’s, 20th anniversary of “Love & Basketball.”

Omar Epps’ wife, Keisha, recently paid tribute to her husband and highlighted how much he adored his hard work.

FOR THE LOVE OF BASKETBALL

The musical artist shared a photo of Omar seated on a brown chair, alongside a lengthy message that began with, “Celebrating you every day is truly a blessing.” She added:

“Yesterday was the 20th year anniversary for your immaculate work & contribution to the film - LOVE & Basketball. Here’s to you then, now and the beauty that’s ahead.”

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His years of success on the medical show earned him an NAACP Image Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in 2007 and 2008.

Many fans and followers commented on Keisha’s post, showing love and support for their “favorite” movie yet.

A BEAUTIFUL ROMANCE

The couple has been married for over a decade after tying the knot in 2006. Their love story began in 1992 but took 14 years after calling it quits and rekindling the flames that they decided to spend forever together.

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On many occasions, Omar expressed his love for Keisha on social media with sweet words. Similarly, the former girl group artist posts about her husband, including one that read:

“There’s no LOVE like the LOVE we share. There is no one I’d choose to do this life with my LOVE. You are my blessing.”

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The couple share three children, K’mari, Amir, and Aiyanna, who Omar had with his previous partner. However, Keisha welcomes her like her own.

SUCCESSFUL IN THEIR CAREER

Omar has made a name for himself in the entertainment industry after first appearing in the film “Juice,” alongside the late Tupac Shakur.

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He was cast in the football movie “The Program” the following year and “Major League II” in 1994. A year later, he starred in “Higher Learning,” which was also a college sports film.

Omar landed a regular role in the long-running series “House,” where he took on the part of Dr. Eric Foreman until 2012.

His years of success on the medical show earned him an NAACP Image Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in 2007 and 2008.

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