Video taken by audience members show a handler holding the animal on a leash as Epps joked around and held onto the kangaroo's leash while he danced. After being slammed on social media for the act, Epps has now apologized.
The comedian, who is best known for his role as Black Doug in The Hangover movie franchise, suffered a punch to the face from a distressed kangaroo that he'd dragged onstage during his stand-up comedy show in Detroit.
Footage uploaded to social media and TMZ.com shows the handler carrying the animal around when it tried to leave the stage.
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Comedian Mike Epps is under fire after bringing a kangaroo onstage during a recent show in MI.
"Inner city kids' parents don't have enough money to go to the zoo or transportation to go to the zoo", he told MLive. Stacks told the gossip news outlet that the kangaroo was not harmed during the incident. "When schools invite us ... we perform in the gymnasium".
A stunt involving a live kangaroo has forced comedian Mike Epps to apologize, but the incident may also get him in trouble with the law.
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However, a person does not need a license to work with animals in a zoo but a business must have a USDA license to be open to guests and exhibit animals, according to a spokesperson for the Detroit Zoological Society.
Epps issued an apology on Instagram Sunday, along with the logo of Viva, a United Kingdom animal rights group.
He posted on Instagram late on Sunday that he wants to "sincerely apologise to everybody".
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