Mike Epps is an illustrious American writer, actor, rapper, stand-up comedian, and film producer. He is renowned for portraying Day-Day Jones in stoner comedy film ‘Next Friday.’ He reprised the role in the film’s sequel, ‘Friday After Next.’ He is also known for starring as ‘Black Doug’ in the comedy film ‘The Hangover.’ He also lent his voice in computer-animated film ‘Open Season 2.’ Some of his other works include, ‘Resident Evil: Extinction,’ ‘Napoleon: Life of an Outlay,’ ‘Resident Evil: Apocalypse,’ ‘The Fighting Temptations,’ and ‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco,’ amongst various others. Go through the compilation of noteworthy and motivational quotes and sayings by Mike Epps which have been gathered from his gigs, interviews, thoughts, movies, public utterances, dialogue, etc.
I learned that you don't have to be all over the place, that you can be subtle and you can say what you say. The words that you put together can be just as hilarious as falling all over the place or doing something.
She didn't break his heart, but I feel like a man is supposed to be a man, he ain't supposed to be all involved in that. That's why she got sisters and friend for. Just show up with the ring and act right.
We all take losses and it's about getting up and coming back.
Just the fact that I'm in the game is great. I'm just blessed to be working. I got a plan, but I'm humble and I try to be humble.
They have what you call a black night where they have black people come in for just one night only to watch comedy, and you get all your local drug dealers, thugs, prostitutes, all of them come in, sit down, and listen to you tell jokes. They the hardest people to make laugh.
Every now and then you get a nice Jewish kid who likes black people and they would come in, and it would be a stream of them, and have black friends and really feel the black struggle on the acting tip and it's a reason why all of us are not dying in the movie.
I can remember when I was a baby and my mother was there watching the show. I went and bought 100 episodes and watched them. I respect it so much that the sitcom itself and Ed Norton; I'm not playing Ed Norton but my version of it, cause I'm a black man.
Federal prison, if you get any of it, you're going to have to do 85% of it. And the reason why I called it that is because I had a friend who got sent to the federal joint and his whole... it wasn't about him being in jail. He cried about the 85%.