Mike Epps shares his passion for motorbikes while posing on one of his own. The comedian revealed that riding his bike has been his guilty pleasure amid quarantine.
When Mike Epps divorced his first wife, Mechelle, after 11 years of marriage, the comedian got to keep some of his prized possessions in the divorce settlement, which included his motorbike.
According to Daily Mail, the court ruled that among the vehicles Mike split with his ex-wife, he was allowed to keep his 2011 Suzuki motorbike.
Among Epp's collection is a 450 KTM motorbike, which revealed that it had him acting childish when he took it for a spin while passing the time amid quarantine.
"The Hangover" star sported a long-sleeved Harley Davidson t-shirt and matching pants as he posed on his orange and black motorbike that closely coordinated with his outfit.
Many people praised him for being adventurous. While one fan mocked him for choosing such a powerful motorbike, one person teased, "[you] can't handle the 450, Mike put that down." Another fan admired his skill sets.
Epps didn't reveal where he took his motorbike for a spin. However, in April, he admitted that he missed embracing Spring by going out for a long ride.
He revealed that's it is a time when most avid riders in Indiana take to the road. Along with his confession, he shared a throwback video of some of his favorite moments on the open road.
In June, the actor showed off his latest bike purchase. In true Epps fashion, there was a funny story behind it.
As he showed his bike, he revealed that his wife, Kyra, told him he could not get a two-wheeled bike.
The comedian explained that he turned to a motorcycle repair shop called "Inland Empire Baggers" to work on a custom three-wheeled Harley Davidson.
Motorbikes are not Epps' only passion. It is reported, he has an impressive sneaker collection that is worth thousands of dollars. In May, he featured on an episode of "DIY Complex Closest," and showed off his favorite footwear.
As he told tales of some of his purchases, the actor said he once paid $30, 000 for several pairs of sneakers in one purchase. He admitted that his love of shoes motivated the spending spree.