Coolio "Celebrity Wife Swap" Appearance Throws Rapper's Life Into Chaos: Girlfriend Moves Out After A Week With Mark McGrath [VIDEO]
By Jesse Lent | March 06, 2013 09:10 PM EST
Coolio's "Celebrity Wife Swap" appearance has thrown the rapper's life into upheaval after his girlfriend Mimi decided to leave him following her week with "Sugar Ray" frontman Mark McGrath on the ABC show.
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"Our relationship sucks, it really does," Mimi told Coolio on the show.
The signs were all there for Coolio, that maybe "Celebrity Wife Swap" wasn't such a good idea.
"I just hope Coolio realizes that if he doesn't start paying me more attention, then I don't think he'll be in my life very much longer," Mimi said on the program, following her week with McGrath.
Coolio's girlfriend allegedly took the kids with her when she left six weeks after the "Celebrity Wife Swap," according to Yahoo TV. She has reportedly gone back to school.
Mimi said one major difference her "Wife Swap" co-star McGrath had going for him was the fact that he is around for his kids.
Coolio's now ex-girlfriend told McGrath she used to be an exotic dancer in Las Vegas.
"I've probably done business with you," McGrath quipped.
In addition to alienating his former girlfriend, Coolio also may have upset some of the other women of the world, with sexist comments on "Celebrity Wife Swap" like "a woman's work is never done" and his remark that he didn't care McGrath's wife Carin had to spend the day doing chores on no sleep.
See Coolio on "Celebrity Wife Swap" HERE:
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