- American rapper T.I's daughter Deyjah Harris has admitted she was embarrassed and heartbroken when her dad publicly said he makes sure she is a virgin
- The 18-year-old disclosed they were on a family vacation when she heard about the remarks
- She accused the dad of always playing the victim whenever he made a mistake and refusing to own up to his shortcomings
American rapper and actor T.I’s daughter Deyjah Harris has finally spoken up about the relationship between her and her father after his gynaecologist remarks.
The teenager’s father was on the spot in the past for admitting that he takes her to the gynaecologist every year on her birthday to confirm that her hymen is intact.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the 18-year-old beauty said she found out about T.I’s words when she logged on to Twitter and found her name tagged on many conversations regarding the topic.
Immediately she saw the word gynaecologist, the rapper’s daughter knew her dad had spilled the beans and people got angry.
Deyjah was angry, dejected and embarrassed and was sad that the world got to know the kind of humiliation she had endured for many years.
The model said in an episode of their reality show T.I. & Tiny: Friends and Family Hustle that her heart sank following the 2019 drama.
She said the whole drama unfolded when heir family was on vacation and it was hard for her to even look him in the face.
Deyjah accused her dad of always playing the victim and refusing to own up to his shortcomings.
“I am scrolling on Twitter, and I see that I have been tagged in a post. The only word that I saw was gynecologist and I did not even need to read the whole title because I just knew... my heart sank,” the teen said.
The Live Your Life rapper admitted during an interview that he checks whether his daughter is a virgin on a yearly basis.
He later claimed people took his words too literally and out of context.
After that, T.I went on Instagram to issue an apology to his daughters for being an overbearing father and promised to work on his flaws.
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