They’re Baaaaaack! (Including MaMa): “T.I. And Tiny’s Family Hustle” Gets Renewed For Third Season

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February 26, 2013 ‐ By Clarke Gail Baines

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If you’re already bored with La La’s Full Court Life and don’t have the stomach for the ratchet behavior of Basketball Wives, which is coming back soon, we’ve got the perfect programming for you. The first family of VH1 is back!

Just when you thought you couldn’t get enough of T.I., Tiny and the rest of the humongous pack, the hustling family will be back for another season of T.I. And Tiny’s Family Hustle on VH1 come April. After stalling, VH1 finally decided to pick the show back up for a third season, which is a great idea since the series has helped to make Mondays a ratings winner for the channel and was well-received by viewers for its positivity and humor (who knew T.I. was so funny!?). In the upcoming season, we’ll see the rapper happily getting back into the spotlight after the release of his successful album, Troubleman: Heavy is the Head and his role in Identity Thief, and Tiny staying busy trying to create a new girl group, French Kiss, while still trying to keep the OMG Girlz afloat. Per the usual, with all their business endeavors, and their larger than life family, the rapper and his lady do their best to balance their busy careers and keep their biggest focus on their family at the same time. It’s not easy! Expect big laughs and a bit of fun foolery from the show’s biggest star…King. Don’t front, you know you love that child with his bad behind.

If you’re still down for the fam, be sure to check out season three of T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle when it premieres on Monday, April 8 10PM ET/PT on VH1.

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  • Keisha Samoht

    Thats good the hear, i had finally come around to watching it last season and really enjoyed it. Its a positive reality show with excellent family values that shows blended (if thats the right word for it) families can have a tighter bond than any family.

  • Ms. Kameria

    I actually like this show. It shows a positive view of black families. It’s one of the few reality shows I watch.

    • Me

      Positive view of black families? ROFL He’s a phucking felon and rapper! And she is a hood star! H ell no!

      • Yvette

        Yes, he is a rapper. Yes, he is a felon. Does that mean he doesn’t deserve redemption? Of course not! He has done his time and has kept himself out of trouble. He is not an absentee father. He is in the home helping to raise his children. Yes, she is what some may consider to be a ‘hood star’ but she is also raising her children and keeping them in positive activities as well as being about her businesses. I will be watching because it is not about the fall, it is about how we get up, take responsibility, dust ourselves off and move forward POSITIVELY. TI and Tiny have done exactly that and I am congratulating them not hating on them. I learned the hard way a long time ago not to sit in a glass house and throw stones (which is a lesson many of us still haven’t learned yet).

        • Ms. Kameria

          Very well said.

    • MLS2698

      I like it too. But I want to see less of the ” bags of money ” and ” Louie Vutton ” shoes for a four-year-old ( poor baby didn’t even like those shoes). I just want to see them doing positive family things, not showing their wares.

      • TRUTH IS

        GHETTO mentality….tons of women and men do what they are doing….ppl talk about him raising the kids…it shis dang job….society is soo messed up now that women believe a man should get a trophy for raising his kids….shoot the ones that don’t and rid society excess baggage!!

        • MLS2698

          Some men are extremely detached from their children. Often, men who were married will actually discount their children of said marriage in the event of a divorce, leaving an emotional hole to be filled with a life of struggle for some. T.I. is not my kind of guy, but at least they aren’t fighting and throwing drinks on each other for ratings. Per psychological research, men interact differently with children than women, so often, we do want to ” trophy ” them for getting it right.

      • MLS2698

        Oooops, I meant Louis Vutton.

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