Actor Mike Epps stopped by Baby Jay and Georgia Juice‘s afternoon radio show on Foxie 105 for a quick chat where he shares his thoughts on recent Bobbi Kristina tragedy and the cost of fame.

 

Since hearing of the news of Bobbi Kristina’s hospitalization celebrities such as Missy Elliott, Tamar Braxton, Ciara, and Andy Cohen have taken to social media to send out messages of comfort to Bobbi Kristina and her family.

 

The news came as a shock to the world and just weeks after the Lifetime: Whitney Biopic. Aside from Bobbi Kristina’s friends and family it would be heartbreaking for any who loved ‘The Voice’ Whitney Houston.

 

Mike Epps was one of the last actors to work with the late Whitney Houston in the cast of her final movie role Sparkle back in 2012, which was released the year of passing.

 

“That’s a tough one… first of all, I really love Whitney Houston. I had the chance to work with her, such a great person. But of course she dealt with demons like everybody else and the Lord took her… we just send her prayers out for her daughter. You know, it was probably tough you know, to lose a mother… that’s tough.”

 

Check the interview here:

 

 

In other news, Mike Epps has launched a new AOL web series ‘That’s Racist’. Peep the first episode:

 

 
About ‘That’s Racist’: Comedian and actor Mike Epps takes a light hearted but informative look at stereotypes in the world today through the entry point of humor.

 

 
 

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