Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Tammy Rivera will be a celebrity guest on Wednesday’s episode of Couples Court with the Cutlers, an Emmy-nominated daytime court show featuring Dana and Keith Cutler.
Rivera, who is married to rapper Waka Flocka, shared words of wisdom with a Texas woman who suspected her boyfriend was cheating.
“My husband is a superstar. He’s a rapper,” the reality star said in an exclusive clip obtained by EBONY.com. “I can say this, I’ve been through almost everything that a woman can go through, and I’m not ashamed to say that because where we stand today is a testimony of what we’ve been through.”
The singer-songwriter was open about the severity of her husband’s infidelity on past seasons of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. The couple briefly separated in 2016, and Rivera focused on herself before deciding to reconcile with her husband.
The Cutlers are the first married couple to preside over a television courtroom, and they knew Rivera would be the perfect person to help the young Texas woman.
The reality star learned and grew from her relationship struggles and openly shared how they helped shape her view on trust and honesty. Rivera spilled about her repeated heartache on her debut EP, Fate, which released in April 2018.
“That woman’s intuition is 100-percent real,” she adamantly told the Couples Court guest. “Don’t wear yourself out searching for something that gets tiring. You get old fast [and] you’re too beautiful …you’re worth so much more.”
The Cutlers serve as passionate advocates for healthy relationships, offering litigants facing dysfunction and distrust the chance to resolve their differences and uncover the truth behind their issues. The series uses cell phone forensics, GPS tracking, lie detectors and other high-tech tactics to tackle relationship disputes head-on. In addition, the Cutlers use lessons learned from their 35-plus-year loving relationship to help litigants find resolutions and move forward.
Rivera’s guest spot will air Nov. 14. To watch Couples Court with the Cutlers, check your local listings at couplescourttv.com.
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