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Mike Epps & His 5 Daughters Strike Poses in New Heartwarming Photo Showing Their Likeness

Tichafa Chidzonga
Jun 24, 2020
12:45 P.M.
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Comedian Mike Epps's beautiful daughters showed off their family resemblance as they posed with him for an adorable photo in honor of Father's Day.


Mike Epps and his wife Kyra Robinson, welcomed their first child together in March 2020. The couple named their daughter, Indiana, in honor of his hometown.

While celebrating Father's Day, Mike was given a special treat, when his four daughters from previous relationships joined him. As they all posed in his back yard, their family resemblance was hard to miss.


In his caption, Mike referred to his beautiful daughter as "my babies." One fan admitted, "I didn't realize Mike's a #GirlDad. Those guys move a lil [sic] different, seem to be more Calmer in Tough Stressful Times, and more Empathetic in Life.

Another fan joked about him having all girls and said, "better get your shotgun ready. While other fans praised him for being a "girl dad," one fan complimented their family resemblance.

A fan commented on a photo of Mike Epps posing on the grass with his daughters, Maddie Epps, Bria Epps, Mariah Epps, Makayla, and Indiana Epps | Source:


Mike married Kyra in a lavish star-studded wedding in 2019. The couple announced that they were expecting only months after their wedding. In a tribute to her husband, Kyra


"I never seen [sic] Indi look at anyone the way she looks at you. She's so blessed to have you as her father. We love you babe forever & always."


Mike also reflected on his family on Father's Day. In a heart-warming post, he thanked God for his daughters and his granddaughter, Skylar. In 2016 he told PEOPLE that he doesn't have a favorite in the family, he explained:

"They're all No. 1 in my eyes. They're all really good girls and really, really smart. I've been blessed."


Mike revealed to the magazine that having daughters had a significant influence on many aspects of his life.

He said that his taste in music changed, especially when it came to Hip Hop. The comedian said he had to stop listening to songs that were degrading women because he was focused on honoring the females in his life.

Another strong woman surrounds Mike; his wife works as a producer with the OWN Network. In 2019 she won an NAACP Image Award for working as a producer on "Iyanla: Fix My Life."

Kyra has also worked on the Emmy Award-winning "Paternity Court," as an associate producer. She also teamed up with her husband as executive producers for BET's "Social Media Awards" in 2018.