Mike Epps Shows off Stunning Halloween Photo Posing with Wife & 5 Daughters in Cool Costumes
Mike Epps’ family did not hold back on their Halloween costumes this year and decided to go as music legends, Diana Ross and the Jackson 5.
Mike Epps’ family is among the entries for this year’s most creative costumes. In photos posted by Mike and his wife Kyra, the couple and their kids decided to dress up as well-known artists in the ‘60s.
The family matriarch dressed as Diana Ross and donned a beautiful sheer-layered red gown with curled hair, while the kids came as the Jackson 5, wearing matching clothing and afros.
Mike proved to be a true comedian in his post with his kids, bringing laughter to those who noticed the belt he was holding. “I might have whooped them, but I whooped them straight to the bank,” he quipped in his caption.
The actor was also dressed in a shimmering suit and bow while flaunting his afro as Joe, the Jackson family patriarch, who was infamously known for abusing his kids.
The “Next Friday” star is known to have a tight-knit family, with kids from different relationships. The actor’s eldest daughter, Bria, was born in 1993, followed by Makayla, born in 1999.
The past few months have been nothing but pure bliss for the father-of-five, who bonded with his newborn all day and night while in quarantine.
In 2006, Mike married Mechelle McCain and had two daughters, Madison in 2007 and Moriah in 2005. Sadly their relationship ended in divorce after eleven years of marriage.
The divorce settlement included spousal support of $25,000 a month and child support of $15,000 a month for their kids, as well as the tuition fee for their private schooling.
In 2019, Mike married Kyra, an award-winning producer, at the Resort at Pelican Hill, California. The couple held an intimate ceremony that seated 200 guests to take part in their special day.
Earlier this year, as the coronavirus pandemic was expanding throughout the world, Mike and Kyra welcomed their first child together, a daughter named Indiana Rose Epps.
The past few months have been nothing but pure bliss for the father-of-five, who bonded with his newborn all day and night while in quarantine at home, keeping safe from the virus.
Mike recently shared a sweet candid moment with his youngest daughter, wearing a captain’s hat, while sitting on her father’s lap. “We gotta new captain [running] the ship,” the comedian captioned the post.