Parents' Guide to

Marrying the Game

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Rapper and girlfriend try to plan wedding, fight a lot.

TV VH1 Reality TV 2012
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From arguing over who does more work to complaining about each other to their friends and family, Marrying the Game features all the voyeuristic drama associated with this kind of reality show. While there are some positive messages about commitment and the importance of family, it's often hard to pay attention to them thanks to the couple's endless bickering.

Because Taylor and Cambridge's on-again/off-again wedding plans have been featured in the tabloids, no doubt fans of the rapper will be interested in taking a behind-the-scenes look at their roller coaster-like relationship. Some folks may find the events entertaining, but others may find themselves wondering, given all their issues with each other, why they're getting married in the first place.

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