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Love her or hate her, there’s one thing that’s certain. You always wonder how the hell Tameka “Tiny” Harris keeps the Kang of the South, T.I. blindly happily in love? Just kidding. Love transcends all. *Steps from under the shade tree* Tiny’s newest endeavor, “Tiny Tonight” debuted on Vh1 and boy oh boy is that show a piece of work! Can I just say, I think I’ve found my newest guilty pleasure.

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Tiny and her star-studded co-hosts, Tamar Braxton, Trina and Claudia Jordan get together to dish like hens in the den on various hot topics like Chris Brown, Rihanna and Karrueche, Honey Boo Boo and more.

With an opinionated mouthpiece like Tamar on the show, you know you’re in for some good ol’ ratchet, but real fun. Tamar received a windfall of threats and insults from Beyonce’s stans as she made a comment about Bey not giving birth to Blue Ivy.

Then there’s Trina. Known as “The Baddest B*tch,” Trina was surprisingly classy and well-spoken. No shade! I guess even though the show has such a laid back vibe, Trina knows how to keep her nose clean. As does Claudia Jordan, who was equally as diplomatic, but a bit more opinionated.

Tiny was honest, relatable and  even dished about private moments of her life like working with her boo, “If I’m going to work with someone, I might as well work with the person I sleep with every night.”

From the Tinies (an in-show awards show) to Tiny’s friend and hairstylist, Shekinah acting as the street correspondence person in “Word On The Street,” “Tiny Tonight” is Vh1 gold.

Check out some of the most ratchet best clips from the show:

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Will you be watching “Tiny Tonight?”

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