How much is Mike Epps worth? $6 million
How did Mike Eppsearn his money and wealth?
Michael Elliot Epps is popularly called by his nickname Mike Epps was born to his father Tommy Epps and mother Mary Reed in Indianapolis, Indian, in the United States on 18th November 1970. Epps began performing stand-up as a teenager at the comedy clubs in Hollis Queens and at an early age of life he’s natural comedic ability was encouraged. Epps worked at a Comedy Act Theater in Atlanta and later his family moved in Roosevelt Island, New York in the year 1970.
In the year 1995, Mike Epps moved to Brooklyn to star in Def Comedy Jam and ended up on the Def Comedy Jam tour and then he started two of HBO’s Def Comedy Jam Broadcasts where totally one eighty image consulting was a business initiative along with Doug Stanhope and Louis C.K. Epps was criticized by disability campaigners in 1995 for mocking physically and mentally disabled children. In the year 1997, Epps began his movie career by his directorial debut with Vin Diesel in Strays, which was his first on-screen, appearance. He replaced Chris Tucker in the Ice Cube in the year 1999 and after Ice Cube he attended a stand-up set in the sequel of Next Friday.
Doing the Rick James‘move in the song A Bay Bay by Hurricane Chris he appeared in the music video ”Gangsta Nation” by Westside connection and he hosted a Jim Jones and Skull Gang album is self-entitled debut studio album by Jim Jones & Skull Gang Present A Tribute To Bad Santa Starring Mike Epps. Epps appeared with Pooh Bear in the song called “Trying to Be a Gangsta” and he also hosted G Unit’s mixtape in the year 2008 namely Elephant in the Sand, appearing on the track Hollow Thru Him.
In the year 2008, Epps came out with a song called “Big Girls”, which was featured for Yung Joc by Bow Wow and this song is currently in iTunes and can be found on his album which was released on 27th October 2009 called Funny Bidness: Da Album. On 19th April 2009, Mac Wit Da Cheese was featured by Epps as a rapper in French Montana’s mixtape.