Published: Tue, April 04, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Epps sorry for dancing with kangaroo on stage

Epps sorry for dancing with kangaroo on stage

The animal was described as distressed and social media lit up complaining.

Epps, best known for his appearances as a drug dealer in the "Hangover" movies, was joined onstage by a man with a kangaroo.

In a viral video, the animal is seen swinging its arm at Epps before the comedian runs off the stage.

Actor and comedian Mike Epps came under fire over the weekend for bringing a live kangaroo on stage during his show holding it on leash.

Epps issued an apology on Instagram Sunday, along with the logo of Viva, a United Kingdom animal rights group. As this went on, the kangaroo struggled to get free and then "appeared to take a punch at Epps", who jumped back to avoid it.

"They're trash for doing this", said a ticket holder quoted by TMZ.

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While Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley blared through speakers inside Joe Louis Arena, Mike Epps held a kangaroo by a harness.

The actor initially posted video of him feeding the kangaroo backstage, explaining, "Look how nice I am 2 him" before deleting it.

"Keep your bull**** apology and your weak attempt at damage control".

Tanya Espinosa, a representative for the United States Department of Agriculture, said: "We are not investigating, however, we are looking into this".

"Look I wanna sincerely apologize to everybody, I don't own the kangaroo and did not mean any harm to the animal it got outta hand and I am sorry", he captioned a photo of the logo for Viva, a British animal rights group.

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