Plus, T.I. will star in Kevin Hart comedy Get Hard, Tamar Braxton kicks off tour, Obamacare enrollment deadline is extended, Puff Daddy is back.
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Tameka "Tiny" Harris sat down with Wendy Williams and dispelled rumors that she and husband Tip "T.I." Harris are headed for divorce. "We had a couple fights and we were arguing,” said the star of The Family Hustle. "We argue all the time though. We had this one big fallout about the Grammys. It just lingered on and it got bigger and...we're still together, there’s no divorce. We're normal. We go through the same thing that every marriage goes through." When probed about not wearing her wedding ring, the star named a swollen ring finger as the culprit. The fourth season of T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle premieres March 31 on VH1. [E!News]
In other T.I. news, the rapper is set to star opposite Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell in upcoming comedy Get Hard. Harris will play Joaquin, Hart's streetwise cousin who helps him prep for Ferrell's millionaire fraudster for prison. [Deadline]
Tamar Braxton has officially announced her "Love and War" tour dates. The first half of the tour will be in partnership with R. Kelly, while the remaining dates will see the star performing solo. Ms. Braxton will kick off the show April 18 in Montgomery, Alabama and close out in San Francisco on June 23. Fans can pick up tickets starting March 28 on tamarbraxton.com. [Vibe]
There is good news for those that haven't had a chance to sign up for Obamacare; the White House announced Tuesday night that it will extend the March 31 enrollment deadline. The extension will only apply to those who have already begun the enrollment process before the 31st. Applicants will have until mid-April to ask for an extension. [CNN]
Puff Daddy is back. Sean Combs, who has gone by P. Diddy in recent years, is returning to his original moniker for his new album, reportedly titled MMM. It will be his first album since 2010's Last Train to Paris. The hip-hop mogul featured the resurgence of the name in a one-minute trailer for his latest single "Big Homie." The official video is set to come out Monday, March 31. [Rollingstone]