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‘T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle’ Premieres: 5 Best Moments of the Show

On Dec. 5, T.I. made his highly anticipated debut on reality TV in the premiere episode of VH1’s “T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle,” which follows his return to both his music career and his family post-prison release.

Last night’s premiere boasted a slew of tender moments between father and sons, T.I.’s return to the mic and some hot-and-heavy action between Tip and his wife, Tiny.

Check out the top five moments from the episode below. –nicholas robinson

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2 Comments

  1. Anonymous on December 6, 2011 at 5:42 pm

    Ok, ok, ok, as much as I hate to admit it I watched the show. And although I loathe contributing to the ignorance of reality TV, I wanted to be fair to TI and Tiny. So coming from me, truthfully, it wasn’t half bad. I mean, except for the annoying sound of southern twang (ATL can be difficult to understand sometimes. Thank GOD for subtitles) it was interesting to see TI, Tiny and the their Tots interact.

    Aside from his public persona, he came across as a father who loves his children and a husband who loves his wife and the couples mutual adoration of one another resonates. I know because that’s how love is in my house, it oozes when he isn’t getting on my nerves. 🙂

    Honestly, it was refreshing to see a show on TV with no cuss outs, no fist fights, no drinks to the face or other ignorance I like to classify as Ni**adom. Its a fun, fresh take on a famous families life which is very different from the exploitative Kardashians. I think what they have is enough to keep viewers intrigued and possibly pick up a second season.

    The Verdict: (Guiltily) I watched and I enjoyeddddd! There, I said it… Damn, Damn, Damn, Damn!

  2. Anonymous on December 7, 2011 at 2:08 pm

    Ok, ok, ok, as much as I hate to admit it I watched the show. And although I loathe contributing to the ignorance of reality TV, I wanted to be fair to TI and Tiny. So coming from me, truthfully, it wasn’t half bad. I mean, except for the annoying sound of southern twang (ATL can be difficult to understand sometimes. Thank GOD for subtitles) it was interesting to see TI, Tiny and the their Tots interact. Aside from his public persona, he came across as a father who loves his children and a husband who loves his wife and the couples mutual adoration of one another resonates. I know because that’s how love is in my house, it oozes when he isn’t getting on my nerves. 🙂 Honestly, it was refreshing to see a show on TV with no cuss outs, no fist fights, no drinks to the face or other ignorance I like to classify as Ni**adom. Its a fun, fresh take on a famous families life which is very different from the exploitative Kardashians. I think what they have is enough to keep viewers intrigued and possibly pick up a second season. The Verdict: (Guiltily) I watched and I enjoyeddddd! There, I said it… Damn, Damn, Damn, Damn!