Oh dear.

Over the weekend Mike Epps’ 18-year-old daughter Bria released an audio of her father going HAM. His comments, which pushed way past parental discipline, led the teen to file a police report with Indianapolis Metropolitan Police claiming she was afraid of her famous dad.

So, how did they even get there?

Depending on which party you talk to, the argument either began after Epps appeared on the Wendy Williams Show and only shouted out two of his children (he has four), leaving Bria feeling slighted, or it began much earlier after the teen asked her dad for a lump sum of money to pay for her college tuition.

TMZ reports:

Bria tells TMZ, the argument started when Mike appeared on an episode of “The Wendy Williams Show” earlier this month and gave a shout out to two of his kids — but that didn’t sit well with his other offspring … who were pissed at the snub.

Bria — whom Mike fathered before he married his current wife — tells us, she called Mike to express her feelings, and when things got heated … she threatened to “air some family drama” to the media.

According to the police report, Mike flipped at the threat — claiming he’d “f**k her up” and “cause her and her mom and grandmother problems.” So, Bria filed the report.

But sources close to Mike tell us, the tension started before the WW show — because Bria asked for Mike to give her lump sums of cash to pay for her college tuition. We’re told Mike refused, insisting on paying the school directly … and that’s when Bria snapped and made the threat.

No matter who is to blame, I can’t imagine my father ever talking to me in such a way. Although Bria may have been wrong to say she would expose her father’s secrets, cursing her out like she is a stranger and calling her all sort of names just seemed like overkill on her father’s part.

But it seems like Mike has seen the error of his ways. TMZ caught up with the comedian and he said that he still loves his daughter.

video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player

What do you think? If you were a parent, would it be ever ok to talk to your child like that?

26 Comments

  1. she is an idiot she is a selfish and disrespectful little brat , if that was my daughter with a smart mouth like that wit nothin but greed man i would have beat her like no tommorow

    0
  2. Michelle Hill

    I was never spoken to like this by anyone none the less my father!! However she was wrong I thought he said no paying for her collge but tunes out he did what a sensible parent/person would do suggest he pays the school directly. If your parents ate not together and one of your parents weather they ate famous/rich or not you will always feel like they treat their children in their currently relationship better. Even taking the finances out they see them day to day since they live with them and of course you dot have that but want that duh doesn’t take a shrink to figure that out.

    She spoiled and obviously a liar bc if she wteuly anted the money for school her ungrateful ass would have said thank you daddy and that would have been it.

    Where is this getting her?? Parents are people and they make mistakes I hope that they will forgive like families do and work it out. Bc at the end of the day we making all our comments/suggestions shouldn’t mean a thing Gotham bc albeit this is family business.

    0
  3. Parent

    These children grow up in this day in time think they have the right to say what they want in we can’t respond. I have been pushed too bi.. Sometimes yes comes to mind.

    0
  4. I can’t believe I never heard about this — mike epps is one of my favorite comedians.

    Another thing I can’t believe is how so many people fail to see the real issue here. It is not so much about $$ as it is about how he didn’t shout her out as his daughter on that show. That was wrong. You should claim your kids whether in public or private. That hurts. That girl is hurting — she is acting that hurt out by trying to hurt him. it’s as simple as that. Children don’t pop out the womb bad, disrespectful and spoiled, they are mirrors of their parents.

    0
Comments are moderated, please be respectful. View our policy.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>