Mike Epps Helps High School Students With Video Project

Mike Epps Helps High School Students With Video Project

The comedian told students seeking to learn about the Los Angeles trash problem that "the world is a ghetto."

Published May 23, 2011

A couple of high school students may have earned bonus points for their video project after securing a celebrity endorsement from Mike Epps. TMZ reports that the students spotted Epps in a parking lot out in Los Angeles. After noticing the comedian, the students asked him about littering while being filmed.


When prompted about LA’s growing trash problem, Epps responding by tossing a crumpled up piece of paper on the ground and quipping, "Sometimes you don't want sh*t in your car." Epps was actually joking, so he picked up his trash but then told the students, "The world is a ghetto."


In other Mike Epps news, the Jumping The Broom co-star has been tapped to serve as host of a celebration in honor of the late Tupac Shakur’s birthday. The event takes place on June 16 in DeKalb, County, Georgia. Officials in the county have officially declared June 16 as "Tupac Shakur Day."


(Photo: Gregg DeGuire/PictureGroup)

Written by Michael Arceneaux


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