This rapper-turned-actor has played this role before whenever he has an upcoming reality TV show to promote.
Same script but with a different cast. In his latest role, he plays a cheating husband whose long-suffering wife goes along with his manufactured drama because he has a reality TV show premiering soon, and she’s depending on those paychecks. This rapper-turned actor knows his role-playing will result in attention from the low information social media users who watch his show.
The formula is a simple one:
Fake a relationship with an actress or IG Thot (“that h* over there”)
Send a tip to a blogger through a family member of close friend
Provide “receipts” in the form of video or pictures
Publicly deny cheating on his wife
Profess his love and commitment to his wife and children
If the above doesn’t work; file for a divorce
Delay the divorce proceedings until after the season premiere
Continue to plant fake stories on the blogs after the show airs
Cancel the divorce proceedings after the season ends
Wash & repeat the cycle next season
T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle
Tiny and T.I. Exchange Barbed Instagram Posts as Rapper Allegedly Seen on Video Slapping Another Woman’s Butt
Despite having seven kids between them, Tiny and T.I.‘s Father’s Day wasn’t all that celebratory.
After rebounding from a near-divorce last year, the pair seemed to have taken a step back over the weekend, as they each posted pointed Instagrams to their accounts — but never directly addressed one another. Hours later, video surfaced online that appeared to show T.I. slapping the backside of another woman at his show on Friday night.
The rapper, 37, kicked off the dustup Friday evening by posting a picture of a passage describing why men reportedly dislike marriage.
In the passage, the writer quotes Helen Smith, author of Men on Strike, who says, “Men aren’t wimping out by staying unmarried or being commitment-phobes. They are being smart.” The writer also goes on to say, “Unlike women, men lose all power after they say, ‘I do.’ Their masculinity dies, too.”
T.I. posted this to Instagram with a lengthy caption that included these words, “Note to women: Happiness needs no validation…. The Ego does. Most women out there nowadays just wanna be married to impress they friends, family (his side pieces) and fit into society’s standards. THAT’S NOT LOVE!!!” – Source