Tiffney Cambridge is a bright, sassy, and fun girl, who met her fiancé Jayceon Taylor, aka Game, in a club and appeared in the VH1 reality docu-series, "Marrying the Game”. Tiffney is a small person with a big presence. An elementary school teacher for 14 years, she's used to keeping her kids in line. For the past seven years Game and Tiffany Cambridge have been dating on-and-off, during the long time relationship they have been blessed with their little princess Cali and a son, King Justice. So will Tiffney and Game finally walk down the aisle, read below:
Examiner (Anthony Bowles): What are your goals for 2013?
Tiffney: “To win the battle between the "weaker" version of Tiffney and the "strong" version of Tiffney. I want to be active in my own progress, and stay focused and walk BOLDLY into the future. And not be held back by things that have happened in the past."
Examiner (Anthony Bowles): How was it to put your life on TV, and did you have any reservations at first?
Tiffney: “Certainly I had reservations because generally I have been a very private person, but after having done the show I appreciate the opportunity to share my struggles and victories with others with the hope of uplifting and inspiring other young women."
Examiner (Anthony Bowles): Is your relationship with The Game, as simple as the “good girl” likes the “bad guy” syndrome?
Tiffney: “No, it far more complicated than that… besides, it’s actually the "bad guy" really likes the "good girl".”
Examiner (Anthony Bowles): What kind of woman do you think it takes to be with a rapper or entertainer for that matter?
Tiffney: “A woman needs patience, strength, and a nearly limitless amount of understanding and endurance. This race is not won by the swiftest, but by the one who endures..."
Examiner (Anthony Bowles): How do you stay grounded?
Tiffney: “I stay grounded through prayer and meditation. My relationship with God keeps me grounded, my drive to me a good mother, friend, and partner keeps me focused."
Examiner (Anthony Bowles): As a 5thgrade teacher, how did your students react to seeing you on television, as well as your colleagues and peers?
Tiffney: “My students and colleagues at school find it entertaining to have a "reality TV star" as their teacher and friend. I can definitely say that my students are captivated by my newfound "fame" and seem to pay even closer attention to not only what I say, but what I do both inside and outside the classroom."
Examiner (Anthony Bowles): What is one of your favorite song of The Game’s?
Tiffney: “My Life - it was very introspective and honest."
Examiner (Anthony Bowles): How proud of you of his recent release?
Tiffney: “I am proud that Jayceon has been able to spark conversion about Jesus among people that may not have otherwise given religion much thought."
Examiner (Anthony Bowles): What was the most difficult part for you this past season of “Marrying The Game”?
Tiffney: “The fact that on television you are limited to telling only a small part of your story and it being taken as the full narrative without being fully explained. A lifelong journey being summarized into six 30 minute episodes."
Examiner (Anthony Bowles): Where do you and The Game stand today and what’s next for your future?
Tiffney: “Jayceon and I are committed to each other and continuing to build a strong foundation for our relationship."
Examiner (Anthony Bowles): Lastly, what can fans and viewers expect from you in 2013?
Tiffney: “Maybe they will see Jayceon and I get our acts together and finally make it down the aisle…"