Celebs are Gods (and terrible role-models) in today’s fame-obsessed society. With fame comes wealth, power and millions of strangers in your business. Strangers, who would gladly sell their soul to invade the privacy of every fascinating celeb on this list.
Here are the ten celebs who need their own reality show. Take a look.
Watching X take his kids to Chuck E. Cheese and go completely-bezerk when they mix up his pizza order would be life-changing TV. Iyanla vs. a Pluto-high DMX is only the beginning.
Chris Brown & Rihanna
This would be the most ratchet, gleefully-dysfunctional show ever but we’d ALL watch. Chris and RiRi doing young, reckless, Molly-fueled hoodrat activities together is reality gold.
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Yeezy telling Kimmy Cakes to cherish every moment in his presence because he’s the greatest thing to ever happen to her is reason #1/1000 this show NEEDS to happen.
Gucci at Whole Foods with house shoes on. Gucci watching cartoons while eating cereal out of a mixing bowl. Gucci in the studio making trap classics. Gucci at yoga with his young, wild scrippa-ho. MUST-SEE TV.
Joe Budden & Tahiry
All they would ever do is fight, about everything, and we’d watch every moment. 90% of the scenes would be Joey staring into Tahiry’s soul while whispering creepily like he does on “Love & Hip-Hop: NY.” True love.
Steebie J & Joseline
Steebie & Joseline fighting at Disney World. Steebie & Joseline in Africa. Steebie & Joseline on a double date with Joey & Tahiry. So. Many. Possibilities.
Wiz & Amber
Wizard of Khalifa & Amber seem genuinely in love and that’s dope. Watching Wiz juggle Rap stardom and fatherhood (while Amber does whatever she does) at 25 is good TV.
The soulfully-quirky afro-Goddess is co-parenting with 3 Stacks, Jay Electronica and D.O.C—three of the most talented rappers of their generations. Her life, struggles and triumphs as a single mother of three future legends would be compelling TV.
Bullet-wounded, Chief Keef-scented bussits dressed like Citi Trends mannequins fighting over PLIES? Yes.
A reality show centered around the condom-allergic rapper’s life after his canceled reality show? Brilliant.