Mike Epps’ New HGTV Docu-series Centers Around Him Transforming Buildings Where He Lived As a Youngster

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Everything about Mike Epps’s childhood block docuseries, “Buying Back The Block,” can be caught on HGTV. The comedian gets real as he works to satisfy the community he grew up in. Fortunately, he has his wife, Kyra, and young kids making history with him.

Mike Epps Goes Viral Over His Childhood Block Docuseries “Buying Back The Block”

Mike Epps’ childhood block docuseries is proof that the comedian knows how to put smiles on the faces of people on and off stage. In a viral clip that focused on the complete remodeling done in the community homes, Mike looked fulfilled. The background sound included a buddy showering him with praises for a job well done in Indianapolis.

The faceless man proudly said, “Look what my guy did to Indianapolis. Look at this block.” Mike responded with a happy face and added “Once was the hood, now all good.”

Mike’s interest in buying and remodeling six homes in the community where his grandmother nurtured him was to sustain his legacy. In a former interview where he spoke about the work, the actor emphasized:

“This was about holding onto legacy. This was about holding on to what we come from…This was the initial start, and the beginning of a bigger dream and a bigger goal.”

For his dream to come true, he put out the word and got help from the community and the mayor of Indianapolis.

What has earned Mike applause from friends and fans began about two decades ago. In 2003, he embraced owning properties in the same area that solidified his roots. First, the comedian bought his grandmother’s home, which was lost due to the drug epidemic of the 70s and 80s.

What To Expect From “Buying Back The Block” — Mike Epps’ Childhood Block Docuseries

Buying Back The Block will show Mike and Kyra working together for weeks to make the dream a reality. Apart from wanting to create a reality, fans will see how interested the couple is in settling in a private space in Indianapolis. Together, they build their first home.

As per USA Today, Kyra tells fans that the production will show “our first piece of something that we have together. And you’re going to see my kids watch it…My son gets to walk the same streets that his father did.”

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