October 29, 2019
GRAMMY AWARD-WINNING RAPPER AND ACTOR T.I. DISCUSSES RECENT LOSSES OF BOTH HIS SISTER AND NIPSEY HUSSLE, HIS MARRIAGE AND THOUGHTS ON KANYE WEST ON TODAY’S ‘TAMRON HALL’
Plus, Former NFL Player Wade Davis Opens Up About Coming Out, the Spectrum of Masculinity and the #MeToo Movement
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Watch clip from today’s “Tamron Hall” HERE; additional clips included below
On the Tuesday, October 29th edition of ‘Tamron Hall,’ Grammy Award-winning rapper and actor T.I. opened up about the recent, tragic losses of both his sister Precious and of Nipsey Hussle, who died in February and March 2019, respectively. T.I. shared his views on grief, saying: “I think that grieving, although it's a natural human act, it's a bit selfish. It's about our pain. Because they know no more pain. So we’re grieving and feeling bad because we don’t get to experience their physical presence anymore. I think if we become considerate of what's in their best interest, I think we have to accept that at a certain time, it's time to let go and give it to God.”
While discussing T.I.’s groundbreaking Netflix series “Rhythm + Flow,” Tamron asked T.I. about his view of ‘cancel culture.’ T.I. disclosed that he thought ‘cancel culture’ is fake, noting that while he doesn’t always agree with Kanye West, he stood by his side when he was “cancelled” (Watch clip HERE).
T.I. later spoke about his marriage to Tameka Dianne ‘Tiny’ Harris (Watch clip HERE), saying that amidst headlines surrounding separation and divorce, that him and ‘Tiny’ “were never apart.”
Also on today’s show, Tamron welcomed former NFL player, Wade Davis, who shared his experience with coming out, the stereotypes of masculinity, and his mission to change education on gender (Watch clip HERE). Davis discussed how every children’s book or story is focused on a man doing something to make the world a better place and how he’d like to see more women in the forefront, saying that “The #MeToo movement is a gift for men.”
Listings for “Tamron Hall” the week of October 28 are below. Upcoming highlights include the real Dirty John’s wife Debra Nowell, and the legendary Chaka Kahn.
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“Tamron Hall” Show Description:
“Tamron Hall” (tamronhallshow.com), broadcasting from New York City, features a dynamic mix of live and taped shows. From the deeply moving to the purely fun, the nationally syndicated show is a daily destination for all things topical and a platform for viewers to connect with the people who are shaping our world through meaningful, engaging and entertaining conversations. As a new mom, a newlywed and a new force in Daytime, proving you can accomplish anything at any age, Tamron Hall brings a refreshing, relatable, unpredictable and unstoppable voice to television. “Tamron Hall” is executive produced by Bill Geddie and Tamron Hall. Talia Parkinson-Jones is co-executive producer.
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