The two stars met up in Indianapolis after exchanging insults online.
Epps bashed the NFL legend and said he looked “zesty.”
“Katt broke the internet and didn’t say my name,” Epps joked.
The new season begins streaming on June 29.
The comedian performed at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles as part of the “Netflix is a Joke” festival.
This is the comedian’s second comedy special on the streaming service.
The comedy fest now boasts over 250 live shows across more than 30 venues in Los Angeles.
“We were ready to pay Chris Tucker $10-12 million,” the rapper and actor says.
The horror comedy comes out in theaters on Friday, June 11.
The comedy will center on a working class African-American family in Indiana.