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Watch The Supertrailer: Life Is Complicated When You’re 'Marrying The Game'

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by Tambay A. Obenson
November 6, 2012 11:47 AM
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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 19 at 9:30PM.

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 his alter ego, the young rapper known as The Game. Despite her reservations, love blossomed and after eight years and two children, King Justice (5 years old) and Cali Dream (1 year old), Tiffney agreed to marry him. Life is complicated enough for Tiffney as she juggles to balance her career, family, friends, and most of all, being in love with two men: Jayceon Taylor, and the rapper The Game. For Tiffney, 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.

Find out if they exchange vows on this season of Marrying The Game, created and executive produced by 51 Minds' Cris Abrego, Christian Sarabia, Rabih Gholam and Ben Samek (CAPI).

For VH1, the series is executive produced by Jill Holmes, Kristen Kelly and Jeff Olde.

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3 Comments

  • ALM | November 6, 2012 8:46 PMReply

    Drama......I hope that he actually makes it down the aisle this time.

  • Burn Hollywood Burn | November 6, 2012 3:47 PMReply

    This is just his Hollywood Audition, He will be the next Ludacris/Common/Tyrese/BowWow/Xzibit/Ice Cube/David Banner/Mos Def/Trey Songs/Chris Brown...etc. This is where Hollywood finds Black males for roles, they look no further than the music industry.

  • Monique A. Williams | November 6, 2012 12:59 PMReply

    I've always had the feeling that The Game was a nicer guy than he portrayed. Like he is still that high school kid still bowing to peer pressure. He needs to just grow up and be himself. Maybe this show will help him do it. I am interested enough that I'll tune in. #guiltypleasures

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