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Mike Epps & Wife Kyra Welcome Baby Girl, Christina Milian’s ‘Exotic’ Comment Has Folks Up In Arms

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Mike Epps and his wife Kyra Robinson Epps just introduced their new bundle of joy to the world! Meet Indiana Rose Epps inside…

Congrats are in order for Mike Epps and his wife Kyra Robinson Epps!

The married couple just welcomed their new bundle of joy, a daughter named Indiana Rose Epps!

"Allow us to introduce to you our newest addition to the family........INDIANA ROSE EPPS,” the 49-year-old comedian wrote in the caption of a video of his youngest daughter. “She rollin her eyes all ready we are so greatful God thank you for a healthy baby!”




Proud mom Kyra also shared a cute flick of Baby Indiana:



"My Indiana Rose Epps! 9 pounds 12 ounces on 3/12. Mommy loves you beyond what I can even understand. #tired," the 35-year-old producer captioned a picture of herself holding her precious baby girl.

Baby Indiana made her grand entrance into the world on March 12th, weighing in at 9lbs 12 ounces, and honestly looks just like her mom AND dad.

The “Survivor’s Remorse” star tied the knot with Kyra eight months after his divorce was finalized from his now ex-wife Mechelle Epps. They called it quits in 2016. Epps trekked down the aisle to marry Kyra during summer 2019 then they announced they were expecting in December 2019.

This is Mike and Kyra's first child together. The comedian & actor is the proud dad of four daughters, two he shares with Mechelle - Maddie & Mariah Epps. His daughters Bria Epps & Makayla Epps are from previous relationships. Also, Mike has a granddaughter named Skylar.

Congrats to the couple!


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Singer/new-mom-again Christina Milian has Mike Epps comments section poppin' after she commented on the his new baby, writing, "So beautiful. So exotic! Wow"

Apparently, everyone is not here for the "exotic" description, which historicaly does carry some racial and complexion-based undertones.



Photo: DFree/Shutterstock.com

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