"I Know D*mn Well"

Mike Epps has come under fire for allegedly photoshopping his youngest daughter Indiana Rose’s hair in a recent candid. Twitter was quick to point out the difference between a previous candid of Epps’ baby girl compared to that of a recent photo that showed her with straight hair.


“Her hair,” Mike captioned underneath the suspected photoshopped candid. Several fans loved the picture and compared the image of Mike’s daughter to that of a porcelain doll. “Those eyes,” one social media follower said in adoration. “She’s beautiful,” Stephanie Mills wrote.

Instagram was fairly gracious with their comments. Twitter, however, was quick to compare the picture of Mike Epps’ daughter with that of an old candid that showed the little one rocking curly hair while spending time in the pool with her dad.

“I know d*mn well Mike Epps didn’t edit his daughter’s hair,” one Twitter critic wrote. Another social media user tweeted, “Mike Epps [is] over here photoshopping his daughter. I just … Then he’s gonna caption the picture on the right, ‘Her hair.’ It’s not hers [and] neither is the face.”

Mike Epps and his wife, Kyra Epps, welcomed their daughter last March. Mike Epps took to Instagram to celebrate the arrival of his and Kyra’s daughter.

“Allow us to introduce to you our newest addition to the family,” Mike told his social media followers. “INDIANA ROSE EPPS,” the celebrity father continued. “She’s rolling her eyes already,” Epps revealed. “We are so grateful God thank you for a healthy baby!”

BCK Asks: Do you think Mike Epps photoshopped his daughter’s hair in his latest Instagram post? Was he, perhaps, trying to make a point?

Photo: Mike Epps/Instagram



Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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