Production on "T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle" has been suspended amid a sexual abuse investigation.
Rapper and actor Tip "T.I." Harris, 40, and his wife, Tameka 'Tiny' Harris, 45, who star in the hit reality TV series, have denied "appalling allegations" of drugging, abuse and sex trafficking made by dozens of women.
The couple threatened possible legal action against Sabrina Peterson, a former friend who accused the rapper of putting a gun to her head.
Celebrity attorney Lisa Bloom announced she is representing one of the accusers.
But VH-1 bosses aren't waiting for any legal action before shutting down the set.
The family-themed reality TV show featuring T.I. and Tiny and their extended family was in the middle of its fourth season when the cameras stopped rolling this week.
"We are aware of the allegations, and while they are not connected to our show, we have reached out to T.I. and Tameka Harris, as well as local and state officials," an MTV Entertainment spokesperson said in a statement to Deadline.
"Given the serious nature of the allegations, we have decided to suspend production in order to gather more information."
Rap mogul Young Jeezy is a free man after posting 10% of his $1 million bond yesterday, MTV News reports.
Jeezy, 36, was among 6 people taken into custody on Sunday in Irvine, CA. when police found an AK-47 and another firearm during a search of Jeezy’s custom tour bus outside the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater.
In last night's season 3 premiere of Catfish, Nev Schulman and his camera-toting sidekick Max Joseph meet "nice guy" Craig who got reeled in by a shrewd sociopath who assumed a sexy online persona named Zoe. By now you know how the story ends.
Nev and Max quickly unravel Zoe's online identity to reveal a sad, pathetic, chubby, homely woman named Cassandra who destroys the lives of social media users because she was bullied as a kid.
Chris "Ludacris" Bridges is featured in this clip of MTV's "When I Was 17." Ludacris got his start in the music biz as an intern and then a DJ at Hot 97.5, which later changed it's call letters to HOT 107.9.
After radio programmer Chaka Zulu was fired from the station for allegedly taking payoffs in a Payola-type scandal, Chaka was offered a job at Def Jam and he took the young upstart rapper with him to the label. The rest is history.