This Should Be Interesting: The Game and Fiancée Land Wedding Reality Show
Celebrity weddings seem to be the next genre to take over reality TV. Following in the footsteps of “Real Housewives of Atlanta’s” Kim Zolciak and Ochocinco and Evelyn Lozada, rapper The Game has landed a reality show about his walk down the aisle. Yes, someone is actually marrying this man.
Despite spitting on female fans and asking others to drop their tops at concerts, The Game seems to have admiration for at least one woman on this earth, his fiancée Tiffney Cambridge. Back in October, he proposed to his longtime girlfriend and mother of two of his children on the job by surprise and MTV caught the action live as The Game told cameras:
“As a man, this is that day where you throw your player card away and you kinda gotta step up and be a family man, and she deserves it. It’s been a long run, and we’ve been together at least seven years. We’ve been off, we’ve been on, we’ve been arguing, we fought. We had good times and bad times, and I think that at the end of the day, as a man, this is something that I owed to her and I owed to my family, so it was time.”
Now it’s apparently time to make some money off of that investment because the Cali native has teamed up with 51 Minds Entertainment, the masterminds behind “Flavor of Love,” “For The Love of Ray J,” “Lala’s Full Court Life,” and “TI and Tiny: The Family Hustle,” to film a reality show based around the couple’s walk down the aisle.
According to TMZ, the show would focus on The Game as a devoted family man (huh?) and all of the normal drama that surrounds nuptials. Though The Game hardly has the same family man/stand-up guy/likeability appeal as T.I., someone seems to think this is a good idea. Production already began earlier this month and so far the team has met with MTV and VH1 to discuss distribution. I’m pretty sure the latter will be all over it as they have taken quite the liking to entertaining black audiences by the millions, although if this show is really as sensible as it’s being marketed, they may have to pass for another iteration of some type of “wives” or “Love and Hip-Hop.”
Check out how The Game proposed to Tiffney here. What do you think about this show concept? Would you watch?
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