In the series, we’re introduced to a contrasting side of the rapper with the Down South twang. I.— though those in his close circle call him Tip—is not to be trifled with. I is every bit the loving dad and devoted, doting husband. In the series (it airs Monday nights at 9 p.m.), Tip and his wife, former Xscape member and Grammy-winning songwriter Tameka (Tiny) Harris, give us a look inside their private family life. Tip let us hang out with him and kick it in his trailer while shooting a guest-starring role on the upcoming new season of VH-1’s original scripted series (the show is back Memorial Day weekend! One important thing he says his fans need to know about him is that he hopes showing all this good, minuses out anything bad he’s done. I: It’s a pleasure to be able to share my world with them. Is going to be an instruction manual of what not to do? Most of these records are about things that can get me in trouble or have gotten me in trouble, and it’s a soundtrack for people out there who are still doing things that can get them in trouble. It feels good to — at least — throw caution to the wind and just live in the moment. It’s just like if you having a hard day at work and you got into it with your boss, you just say, ‘f— this job! You just want to say that right then, just to make yourself feel better. The rapper and his family signed up for another season of the show, largely because of the positive feedback his family is receiving from fans. But before his trailer took off Texas-bound, got the goods. COM: Talk to me about your fans seeing you in this different light T. I: I mean, the keystone that’s pretty much been guiding me is that … I’m still like that, and I still represent those people who walk on the side of life not many people can stand on. COM: You’ve always been honest about your trials and tribulations and mistakes that you’ve made. It’s just a bunch of jamming a** music on a lot of levels.
It’s just that my life is going to be a world apart from what you see on . So this is going to be more so about the things that I used to do before I evolved into the person that you see on the show.
Prodigy, Ray Ray, Roc Royal and Princeton (real name Jacob Emmanuel Perez) have been rehearsing their “fannies” off and can’t wait to hit the stage.
Soft-spoken and kind, Princeton encourages fans to spread peace and be themselves.
At this time, we’ve decided to not move forward as a group but to move forward individually with our own projects. Girlz (which stands for Officially Miss Guided Girlz) were an Atlanta-based quartet featuring Zonnique, Reginae Carter (aka Lil’ Wayne’s daughter with Tiny’s BFF, Toya Wright), Bahja Rodriguez and Breaunna Womack.
We hope you will continue to support us individually as much as you did when we were a group. This is not the end but a new beginning.”For those unfamiliar, the O. In 2010, Reginae departed from the group, reducing them to a trio.