Tiffney Cambridge is ready for the next chapter in her life, one without The Game.
The reality star and former fiancé of the Compton emcee sat down with HipHollywood for her first interview since reports surfaced that she had been involved in a domestic violence altercation with the 34-year-old rapper.
“I’m very private in general”, explained Cambridge. “I’m not the type of person that would put everything out there. Even though I’m on the show and I’ve shown my life to the world for the last three seasons of Marrying the Game, I still consider myself to be really private and I think that things that happen in the home should stay in the home so to speak.”
According to TMZ, this past March the Compton bred rapper assaulted Cambridge,after the two got into an argument at her home. Cambridge says that the two are now able to be around one another, and are working on a friendship as they raise their two children, Cali and Justice. “We’re good right now, where things are … we are doing the co-parenting thing and working on a friendship.”
But while Cambridge is in a happy place, she revealed it was a tough road at first and she enlisted the help of famed life coach, Tony Gaskins. Gaskins is helping Cambridge pen her first book, a children’s novel called, The Little Girl Who Lost Her Smile, and she’s even open to dating again.
“I’m sure Tony has some suitors up his sleeve [for me],” laughed Cambridge. “But one thing at a time.”