The King of the South is back with the entire Harris brood for T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle season 5, premiering Monday, June 1st at 9:30PM ET/PT.
T.I. and Tiny continue to work on their relationship – as their kids grow older and change every day. Niq Niq is ready to leave the nest, making her the first of the Harris children to move out on their own, while Messiah prepares for his driver’s license test. Major is no longer the baby he used to be and is looking to follow in his father’s footsteps with acting.
King’s a great older brother to Major and decides to take Major under his wing. With Deyjah and Domani making the transition to adulthood, Tiny stops them in their tracks by showing them just how difficult being an adult can be.
The bond between T.I. and Tiny is stronger than ever as they embark on new adventures as a couple and professionally. Together, there’s nothing this family can’t conquer. Check out T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle season 5 as the Harris family continues their hustle.
Bad news for Game’s bank account. The Game’s new reality show, “She’s Got Game” is on hold due to the very public Young Thug beef.
Last month the “F**k Yo Feelings” rapper made a public threat to Young Thug, which went viral on social media. That’s not illegal right? Well that’s not the problem.
TMZ reported that the Game made those comments while on set for his new reality series “She’s Got Game.” It was being filmed, so now the camera crew is too scared to continue to shoot, despite the fact that Game has agreed to no longer film in clubs.
We all know what happened next. Young Thug came back at Game with a video while someone in the background waved a gun, which made matters worse.
Do you think the film crew is overreacting or are they just being cautious?
Love and Hip Hop Atlanta has become one of the most anticipated reality show of all time.
Over 6 million viewers tuned in for it’s season 5 debut last month, making it the most watched TV show. Fist fights and feuds have made the VH1 series very popular, but now the producers have done away with the physical altercations.
The Love and Hip Hop Atlanta fighting has been banned from the show. TMZ reports:
“Production sources tell us the ATL ladies and gents were forced to sign docs agreeing to put their manicured claws (and fists) away … after major advertisers started complaining. Show execs flew to Atlanta 2 weeks ago to lay down the law.
We’re told all cast members who brawl during taping will be cut from the episode without pay and suspended. They could also face possible termination.
It’s a risky move, since ‘LHHA’ has become VH1’s most popular show, by far — and let’s face it, fights are part of its winning formula.
But the threat of hardcore punishment seems to be working. We hear the cast has resorted to screaming matches because nobody wants to lose their money — the definition of a true thug.”
Do you think the show will continue to grab viewers’ attention now that “putting them paws” on anyone is prohibited?