An arrest warrant has reportedly been issued for funny man Mike Epps (pictured above) who will probably not be doing a lot of laughing after police get a hold of him for his alleged role in the brutal beatdown of Atlanta comedian Lavar Walker (pictured), according to WSB-TV.
The violent altercation involving Walker reportedly took place on Saturday night outside an Atlanta comedy club. According to Atlanta police, Walker made a 15-second Instagram video that poked fun at Epps and his alleged feud with comedian and actor Kevin Hart. Epps reportedly started the feud when he called Hart “overrated” during a radio appearance. Hart shot back on Twitter. The parody also shows Walker performing an impression of Epps with white powder on his nose.
The 43-year-old actor, producer and writer, who is best-known for his role as “Day-Day” in Ice Cube’s “Friday” series of films, apparently did not find the video funny at all, but rather insulting.
Watch Lavar Walker talk about the video he made about Mike Epps and Kevin Hart here:
Mike Epps Wanted By Police For Alleged Comedian Beat Down was originally published on newsone.com