Omar Epps Talks Tupac's Influence, Getting Lead Role in "Juice", Fatherhood + More!

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, July 31, 2018
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  • Luka Muren

    Luka Muren

     3 days ago

    Lol I hope there will be a day that a black man will be born and not religious lol... that moment when you like somebody and then he goes: it was because god... damnnnnn and we r out...

  • breyona Leblanc

    breyona Leblanc

     4 days ago

    27:44 is the best part of this interview!

  • rita clemons

    rita clemons

     4 days ago

    I am REALLY enjoying this interview. Omar Epps is SOOOO humble!!!! His spirit is amazing. I LOVE IT!!!! It is almost...ALMOST un heard of to hear people today to reference Glory to God and Who he is. I believe that got me. "Relationships have to be a dialogue they can't be a monologue". He said THAT! His reference to his Mother, is beyond words. Praise God for his Mother and her love for her children. WOW!!!!!!

  • Lala Wheeler

    Lala Wheeler

     5 days ago

    Higher Learning is definitely one of the best!

  • NkrumahTure

    NkrumahTure

     7 days ago

    The Breakfast Club must go find Ralph Carter and have him on the show.


    Respect to Omar Epps, a great actor. Continued success.

  • BrownColoredAmericanChristian

    BrownColoredAmericanChristian

     7 days ago

    Dude got a real man voice! Solid dude. No BS.

  • Michael Knight

    Michael Knight

     7 days ago

    Damn Omar took it back to colecovision.

  • Ms Jackson

    Ms Jackson

     7 days ago

    I enjoyed this interview a lot. No jewelry talk, no money, or nonsense talk. He’s very wise beyond his years & talked about life and etc. subscribe to my channel people ❤️❤️❤️🤗.

  • shannel artis

    shannel artis

     7 days ago

    Enjoyed his interview he’s so dope!

  • Jamie Jackson

    Jamie Jackson

     7 days ago

    Great interview

  • Rodney Foxworth-Hill

    Rodney Foxworth-Hill

     7 days ago +1

    "You a spitten image of Mike Tomlin" HAHA

  • BrittneyNicole__

    BrittneyNicole__

     14 days ago

    He dropped so many gems in this interview! The only one i could watch all the way through and not get tempted to turn off.

  • BrittneyNicole__

    BrittneyNicole__

     14 days ago

    omg i didnt know his voice was THAT deep!!! soooo much more sexy

  • Louie BC

    Louie BC

     14 days ago +1

    Foundation of Jesus Christ is very crucial. Don’t be deceived

  • Keshawn Broadnax

    Keshawn Broadnax

     14 days ago

    2:17💯💯💯💯

  • Valesa Brown

    Valesa Brown

     14 days ago

    I'm a huge fan of love and basketball and it's on right now, but this is a great interview.

  • Helen Akram

    Helen Akram

     14 days ago

    oh wow ...he's such a cool cat ...omar epps thanks for sharing, especially about trying to have a relationship with your dad ...i remember as a youngin after my mom and dad divorced i tried twice to reach out to my dad, but any who, thanks for sharing. oh man, i like that word "unpack" ...it took a minute through my youth to "unpack". hee hee. atlanta, september 4, 2019.

  • Cavon Muhammad

    Cavon Muhammad

     14 days ago +1

    It is not more of a natural thing for women to be Mothers than men. We have no choice. Black women die prematurely from the hardness of raising children alone. Mostly, heart attacks because this is the matter of the heart. It is not natural. With men, not being married is a major part of the destruction of the family. Men need marriage. Men have to openly commit themselves to a woman before there is a child involved in order for the strong bond to take place. A commitment is a declaration of responsibility. Once that commitment is made the chemical bonds begin making the man a protector and provider. That has been almost completely minimized in our communities in an oversexualized society and we suffer tremendously for our lack of true understanding of the chemistry that comes from our word being our bond. Study oxytocin.

  • Sandra Robinson

    Sandra Robinson

     14 days ago

    Higher Learning

  • Candy B.Sexy1

    Candy B.Sexy1

     14 days ago

    One of the best interviews I've seen..His MOM is truly the MVP! When we Mothers do it right, this is the instilled mentality of our children. I have that much more respect for this King.