Watch Tiny Call Out T.I. for Allegedly Cheating on Her in the 'Family Hustle' Finale
After making it to 100 episodes -- the first series on the network to accomplish that feat -- VH1's T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle is signing off.
The reality show, which featured rapper T.I., singer/songwriter Tiny and their six children across six seasons, came to an end during Monday's series finale (May 29), much like Tip and Tiny's relationship. In a clip from the show, Tiny confronts the Atlanta MC about his alleged infidelity.
"For those who don't understand, Tip had some infidelities with a girl who I hired and that girl is one of the reasons why I got my own house," says Tiny. T.I. claps back by claiming Tiny spent time with a man he was at odds with, noting, "I spent millions on you, what the f--k are you saying?"
"I think that we have things that make us a little different. I think there are things that happen along the way -- life, growth -- that change a person," Tiny continues.
While reports surfaced that Tiny filed for divorce from Tip last December after six years of marriage, T.I. eventually said on-record that they were no longer together in an interview with Power 105.1's Angie Martinez.
Ahead of the finale, VH1's head of unscripted Nina Diaz spoke to Deadline about working with Tiny and Tip and the possibility of a spin-off. "It’s an incredible legacy. We’ve had a great partnership with Tip and Tameka [Tiny]. Their family has been a cultural touchstone, they are the lovable first family of VH1. We have gone through six seasons of seeing them, their children grow from little kids to teenagers. We saw the birth of baby Heiress. Their son Messiah is preparing to leave the nest for college. We were there for so many important family moments. We’ve seen Niq Niq and Domani, which are two of the other teens, bring music like their mother and father to a new generation of fans."
Diaz added, "We want to continue to be in business with Tameka and Tip. We love them and we love all of the kids. We love what they have shared and what they stand for and we would love to continue to see what evolves and develops."