Ev and Ocho 2.0? VH1’s Debuting “Marrying The Game” Next Month

October 11, 2012  |  

Two cancelled weddings don’t stop no reality show around VH1’s parts. A couple of months ago, we were writing about The Game and his baby mother’s on-again-off-again relationship nearly every week. One minute they were getting married, the next the wedding was cancelled, the next they were getting married again, and then things were put on “hold.” The only thing that’s stayed constant throughout the whole debacle is the couple’s reality show apparently because VH1 just announced it’s set to debut November 19.

According to the press release:

 VH1 delves into the unlikely love story of double platinum selling rapper Jayceon Taylor better known as “The Game,” and his straight-laced school teacher fiancé Tiffney Cambridge as they prepare to walk down the aisle in “Marrying The Game,” premiering on Monday, November 19th at 9:30 PM.

It was anything but love at first sight when Tiffney Cambridge first met Jayceon Taylor. Tiffney, the 5th grade history teacher took to Jayceon, but wanted nothing to do with the young rapper, The Game. Love blossomed and after eight years and two children King Justice (5 years old) and Cali Dream (1 year old), life is complicated as Tiffney juggles to balance her career, family, friends, and most of all being in love with two men, Jayceon, Taylor, and the rapper The Game. Jayceon is the stay-at-home dad one day and the next he is the hardcore rapper The Game who sleeps until 5PM after late night recording sessions.

For Tiffany, Jayceon’s actions leave her in a constant struggle wondering if she will have to compromise for the rest of her life with his demanding, lavish and wild career as a rapper. Each episode of “Marrying The Game” shows the difference between the most unlikely of couples and the love that ultimately brings them together and also might tear them apart. When you’re marrying The Game, all bets are off, because it’s no easy walk down the aisle. Find out if they exchange vows on this season of “Marrying The Game.”

So I’m thinking all that back, back, forth, and forth, was really just drama for the show. Sigh. When will people stop adjusting their lives for reality TV and actually starting showing reality?

It looks like VH1’s new mode of attack is couple spin-offs instead of ratchet groups, which could do The Game’s reputation wonders considering the headlines his disrespectful behavior has been earning this year. I wonder how this series will turn out.

Do you plan on watching?

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