Mike Epps has got served while performing on the stage, and he didn't hold back from voicing his irritation. TMZ has got a hold on the video documenting the stand-up comedian's reaction after a process server handed him a lawsuit stemming from an altercation in a Detroit nightclub in December 2010.
The actor playing Black Doug in "The Hangover" was performing his set at the Verizon Theater in Grand Prairie, Texas sometime last week when the process server served him with the legal papers. Instead of picking up the papers, he was quick to berate the woman with some offensive language in front of his audience.
"White b***h just threw some papers up on the mother f***ing stage ... b***h, f**k you," Mike first said. He went to share with the crowd, "This is from when I whooped that n***a's a** in Detroit." Not stopping there, he continued to tell the woman as she exited the building, "B***h, I don't give a f**k ... suck my d**k."
Back in December, TMZ broke the news that Mike has laid his fist on a photographer during his wife's birthday bash at the Key Club in Detroit, Michigan. Of the altercation, he said at the time, "It was a private celebration for my wife's birthday. I asked the photographer numerous times not to film, but he refused to let up. I then attempted to retrieve the tape from the camera."