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November 12, 2011  | by: Jasmina Cuevas

T.I. And Tiny: The Family Hustle

Since Clifford “T.I.” Harris was released from prison, he has been on a non-stop career rebuilding plan. He went back to the studio and started preparing to release his 8th album in February. He also released the best-selling book, Power and Beauty: A Love Story of Life on the Streets on October 18th and the book sold out immediately. Now, T.I. has announced that VH1 will be premiering “T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle” on December 5th. Looks like some jail time does do good for some careers.

The show will be following T.I. as he reclaims his spot as “King of the South” and puts his life back together. The show will also introduce T.I.’s son, Domani aka T-Money, as a rapper and follow him to one of his first performances. There will be a lot of family scenes and seeing T.I. at one of his most vulnerable moments.

“Tameka and I have a strong, loving family,” said T.I. “In this family documentary, you will see the challenges of raising children while balancing a career. It’s like a lot of families, only our home is in the spotlight.”

Well it looks like T.I. has his head on straight this time around. Fans, look forward to watching the new documentary and seeing T.I. succeed with his reclaiming his life as the “King of the South.”

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