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In the series, cameras follow the rapper, aka Jayceon Taylor, as he prepares to walk down the aisle with Cambridge, a school teacher who he met eight years ago and has two children with, 5-year-old King Justice and 1-year-old Cali Dream. "There's another side to me that you just don't know," Game explains. "I'm a family man and I'm about to get married to my longtime love."
But balancing love and fame has proven difficult for the couple. As Cambridge says in the trailer: "It's been up and down. This is hard life to live...they're always in the studio, they're always gone, and you go through all these things, hoping this person is gonna to be the person you want them to be. But after eight years and four proposals, it's time now to just tie the knot."
The cameras catch the couple in some heated moments, like the pair dealing with past infidelity issues, the stress of choosing wedding songs and Cambridge trying to plan their wedding while Game travels to France with a female assistant. A decision on Game's part that leads to him coming home to an empty house, and Cambridge wondering if she should cancel or postpone the wedding.
See how it all unfolds in their up-and-down love affair when "Marrying the Game" premieres Nov. 19 at 9:30PM ET on VH1.
Watch the trailer below for a sneak peek.
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