As Ghostface preps his VH1 debut, here are 5 more spitters that would make excellent case studies for reality television….
Rappers and reality TV shows go hand and hand now. We’ve seen it all from Lil Kim getting ready for incarceration, Uncle Luke and Family, Rev Runs House, T.I and Tiny with thier own shows to Chingy, DMX and now Ghostface Killah being on Couples Therapy. From come backs to let’s clean up my image, there’s room for everyone. Here’s a list of 5 rappers we think would make for great reality TV.
Wiz Khalifa: There’s no doubt Wiz has a lot of personality, super funny, an infectious laugh, and he’s totally dedicated to his new child and hot baby muva Amber Rose. But how does Mr. Kush and OJ juggle these new responsibilities and remain himself- stoned, and step up to his family duties? We want to see Khalifa’s high-jinks..Pun intended.
2 Chainz: We don’t know that much about Tity Boi aka Truuuu. He’s been quite reserved in interviews lately. Even though he’s had his share of incidents this year, he remains low key but well spoken. A reality TV show with him and his almost famous entourage would be a closer look at the man behind the music, we all turn up for. Now, we know we won’t get it all, because apparently the Feds are watching.
Meek Mill: For anyone familiar with Meek, you know that he doesn’t sleep. Hustlers don’t sleep they take cat naps. 4 years in the game he’s accomplished a hellava lot. A reality TV show would give us an inside view of the #1 Dream Chaser, at 26 years old, his day to day, and what his grind takes. It could very well inspire others to go for theirs.
Lil Wayne: Even though we’ve seen Wayne make appearances on his daughter’s reality show back in the day for family time. It would be great to see the business savvy side of Young Money’s CEO , with a reality TV show, showing how he balances the boss/artist/rock star hats all in one.
Gucci Mane: If you follow Hip Hop news then you know Gucci is no stranger to controversy. A closer look into his personal life could perhaps help shed light on this often misunderstood rapper. We want Gucci to do well. We care. A documentation of his road to recovery makes for good TV.