T-Pain, Wayne, Ne-Yo Hip Hop Moms Get Talk Show

T-Pain, Wayne, Ne-Yo Hip Hop Moms Get Talk Show

    The Mothers of rappers Lil Wayne, Ne-Yo and T-Pain have teamed up together to create a new talk show titled “Dinner Table Discussions“. The format immediately makes you think of The View.

    Aliyah “Mama Pain” Najm (T-Pain‘s mother), Jacida Carter (Lil Wayne’s mother) and H. Loraine Smith (Ne-Yo’s mother) will serve as hosts of Dinner Table Discussions, which aims to present a quality and informative program.

    Dinner Table Discussions will present a quality and informative program, yet entertaining that tackles hard-hitting topics, current events, interviews and feature segments.

“Our vision is to be a premier talk show that delivers a creative and informative format that assists viewers in educating and solving challenging issues,” says Najm. “There are situations in our communities, cities, states and even nationwide that people have made us aware of and they want to resolve the issues, but they just don’t know where to get help or how to properly handle certain issues,” says Najm.

    The show plans to start in 2010 however no channel or distribution has been announced yet.


    The Mothers of rappers Lil Wayne, Ne-Yo and T-Pain have teamed up together to create a new talk show titled “Dinner Table Discussions“. The format immediately makes you think of The View.

    Aliyah “Mama Pain” Najm (T-Pain‘s mother), Jacida Carter (Lil Wayne’s mother) and H. Loraine Smith (Ne-Yo’s mother) will serve as hosts of Dinner Table Discussions, which aims to present a quality and informative program.

    Dinner Table Discussions will present a quality and informative program, yet entertaining that tackles hard-hitting topics, current events, interviews and feature segments.

“Our vision is to be a premier talk show that delivers a creative and informative format that assists viewers in educating and solving challenging issues,” says Najm. “There are situations in our communities, cities, states and even nationwide that people have made us aware of and they want to resolve the issues, but they just don’t know where to get help or how to properly handle certain issues,” says Najm.

    The show plans to start in 2010 however no channel or distribution has been announced yet.

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