David Rainey - Other Appearances

Other Appearances

Rainey made a cameo appearance on Road Rules: All Stars, and competed on Battle of the Sexes, during which he came into conflict with David Edwards of The Real World: Los Angeles, and married (on-camera) Betty, his fiancee and mother of his son, Bogart. He also made a small appearance in Eminem's video for "Without Me".

Rainey had been cast to appear on Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, but left before filming began.

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