RelationshipMan: Ghostface Killah Set To Receive “Couple’s Therapy” on VH1

(AllHipHop News) Who said thugs don’t need help too? As of January 2014, Ghostface Killah (birthname Dennis Coles) and his significant other Kelsey Nykole will appear on VH1’s fourth season of “Couples Therapy”.

The show will be moderated by host Dr. Jenn Berman and according to the press release, the couples in the show will go through multiple activities to test their relationship and even “real world” exercises:

The couples will participate in group and individual therapy along with relationship exercises out in the ‘real world’ to see if they can rekindle the love they used to have for one another—or if it’s simply time for them to move on.

Quite ironic that Ghostface would appear on a show about fixing one’s relationship given the wealth of knowledge on relationships he has bestowed on the world over the years. For example, Pretty Tony sent relationship advice to his Twitter followers on Valentines Day two years ago suggesting candlelight dinners, pajama set purchases and more:

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Ghost will be accompanied on the show by John & Kate Plus 8 dad Jon Gosselin and his girlfriend Liz Jannetta as well as The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armstrong and her fiancee John Bluher.

VH1’s “Couple’s Therapy” is set to premiere  January, 2014 with 8, one-hour episodes.


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    • Frank

      funny shit is I DO know what you mean..

  • $28825362

    Times must be hard.

  • ItGoesDownINtheDM

    lol @ them tweets

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  • brotha_man

    noooooo. not face! they got face, must save the rest!!!

  • chippc

    I actually don’t mind my favorite rappers doing reality shows, So called fans don’t buy these cats music no more, but still act like these dudes ain’t got bills and families to feed.

    However, shows like this that act like they are trying to “help’, are the biggest crock of shit. They show the worst of these cats relationships and just before the final episode, they tie a nice bow on it and everybody is miraculously fixed.

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