*T.I. has had his fair share of troubles over the years, but the rapper turned actor spoke with Arsenio Hall on Wednesday’s The Arsenio Hall Show about how he’s learned from his mistakes and hopes to impart that wisdom on his friend, Justin Bieber.
Arsenio also welcomed the iconic Motown group, The Jacksons, featuring Tito, Jackie, Marlon, and Jermaine Jackson.
*T.I. and Tiny aren’t splitting, but the “Whatever You Like” rapper wants his wife to stop showing off her “assets” on Instagram.
Her bottom, that is.
Instead of having that conversation in private, he post it on Instagram!
*This past weekend was not a good one for Trinidad James.
According to reports, the “All Gold Everything” MC (born Nicholas Williams) was arrested for possession of a controlled substance.
Williams was placed in custody for the offense after being booked into county jail, Panola County authorities told TMZ, adding that the arrest was made after the rapper was caught with the marijuana at a Holiday Inn.
*Many people are wiping their foreheads right now. That was a close one. But not really.
Clifford “T.I.” Harris and Tameka “Tiny” Cottle are NOT calling it quits after 13 years together.
Although for a year, a break up has been speculated. But everyone couldn’t be more wrong.
*Beginning this Sunday, February 2, at 10 p.m. ET/PT, Tip “T.I.” Harris Jr. (“Boss”) and Mekhi Phifer (“Lie To Me”) join the third season of Showtime’s “House of Lies.”
The pair will be featured in a season-long arc as childhood friends-turned-moguls Lukas Frye (T.I.) and Dre (Phifer) who hire Marty (Don Cheadle) to help expand their business empire. They each have very different ideas about the future of their business interests and Marty gets stuck in the middle.
The episode also marks Cheadle’s directorial debut.
*On Saturday, Jay Z hosted a pre-Grammy brunch at a palatial mansion in Beverly Hills.
Late arrivers were left on the outside looking in at the private party where the icon’s annual Roc Nation brunch was held.
Most of the guests were bused to the secret location. But the fête proved to be so popular, authorities denied entry because of overcrowding concerns.