2023 Author: Steven Freeman | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-07-31 01:03
Comedian and actor Mike Epps just posted a heartfelt apology message to his Instagram account after some of his fans felt he would have abused a little babysitter during his show last Friday in Detroit, Michigan.
Epps, who arrived in that city to present his Festival of Laughs show, unleashed a hail of criticism after bringing a kangaroo tied with a rope to the stage and forcefully pulling him while dancing to a rap song. The helpless animal looked nervous and scared, so immediately countless people protested against this act on their social networks.
The reaction of his fans caused the comedian to reply with this message of apology.
In addition to apologizing, he clarifies that his intention was not to harm the animal and that things got out of hand. And to emphasize that he really regrets what happened, he assured that he will be donating money to a foundation to save these creatures. "Sorry if I offended someone," wrote the comedian on his Instagram account. "I love animals. Since I was a child I had dogs all my life. # CometiUnTerribleError… Thank you for your forgiveness”.
According to the Mashable news portal, the kangaroo is part of a mobile zoo called Exotic Zoo that is managed by Javon Stacks, who is also its trainer. He is the individual who appeared alongside Epps in that part of the show that sparked so much criticism.
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