Mike Epps' former wife, Mechelle McCain, recently took to social media to share a photo that featured their two daughters and fans couldn't decide which parent they look like the most.
Mike Epps' ex-wife, Mechelle McCain, recently shared a photo that captured her standing between their two daughters, Maddie and Mariah. McCain captioned the post:
"My BFF's, my mini-me! Love you girls to the moon and back. Frfr."
Mike Epps and ex-wife Mechelle McCain arrive at the screening of Summit Entertainment's "Next Day Air" held at the Arclight Theaters on April 29, 2009 | Photo: Getty Images
The photo showcased the girls' physical similarities with their mom, but the girls also bear an unmistakable resemblance to their famous father. In the comments, McCain's fans named who they feel the girls look like more.
One fan wrote, "Yes! Your mini's for sure. Love you guys! So pretty." Others thought they looked more like Epps, but they all agreed they were gorgeous.
Epps and McCain got married in 2006. The couple initially met in 2003 on the set of "The Fighting Temptations."
Before Epps' marriage to McCain, he had a daughter named Bria from a previous relationship. He is also a father to a girl named Makayla but not much is known about her.
Right before Epps could take the conversation to the DMs, McCain stepped in to cut the interaction short with a tweet of her own.
Epps and McCain got divorced in September 2017. The divorce was a very public affair, and McCain had many revelations to share about the ordeal.
Epps had reportedly filed for divorce in January 2016 citing irreconcilable differences. However, McCain alleged that she knew nothing of the divorce when he began the proceedings.
The papers she filed claimed that the couple had been apart since February 2016, but according to Epps, they separated in June 2015. McCain said she had no idea they were separated before January 2016.
Right before Epps could take the conversation to the DMs, McCain stepped in to cut the interaction short with a tweet of her own. She simply tagged the two and added a curious eye emoji, but it was enough to end the exchange.
An hour after the spectacle, the woman posted a screenshot of Epps' profile, showing that she was blocked by the famous comedian.
Twitter users had a good laugh because of the situation. There was little doubt about what might have happened had McCain not stepped in.