Boris Kodjoe Shades T.I. and Tiny for Asking How He and Wife Nicole Parker ‘Keep Dirt on the Low’
The German actor and his actress wife make an appearance in the latest episode of the rapper’s podcast to share a lot of stories about their relationship.
AceShowbiz -It looks like T.I. and Tiny Harris (Tameka Cottle) might need to think twice before throwing questions to the guests on his podcast show. Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Ari Parker stopped by “ExpediTIously” for its special Valentine’s Day episode, and the former had a shady response when the reality TV stars asked a not-so-nice question to him and his wife.
As the four of them talked about Boris and Nicole’s relationship, Tiny was wondering, “How do you keep ’em, you know, stay inside?” When T.I. chimed in to say, “Do you mean if he’s f**ked up?” the Xscape songstress replied, “Yeah, I haven’t heard any dirt on the low.” Nicole sounded a little bit taken aback after hearing the question, before Boris answered, “I don’t have amazing dirt … but we respect each other enough that I would never want to embarrass myself or my wife or the kids or anybody.”
T.I. then responded, “That’s so sweet, boy,” before joking that he made the rapper and his wife look bad. He was most likely referring to the marriage drama that almost made him and Tiny end their longtime marriage. “I admire your candor,” the “No Mediocre” spitter added.
During the episode, the couples also talked about their early years of dating, relationship rules, as well as sharing and comparing hilarious stories of raising their families and sexy fun details about their relationships. At one point, they even played a game where Boris and Nicole were asked to describe their wedding nights using only the name of popular cocktail. In response, Boris said, “Suffering Bastard,” making everyone in the studio laugh.
Boris and Nicole, who co-starred on “Soul Food“, on May 21, 2005 in Gundelfingen, Germany. They have two children together. Their daughter has spina bifida, which was diagnosed at birth.
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